Head of the Multimedia and Documentation Department
She graduated in musicology at the Academy of Music and received her doctorate from the Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Zagreb.
Since 2006 she has been working as a producer of the program at the Vatroslav Lisinski Concert Hall in Zagreb and editor (and occasionally author) of printed materials related to concert cycles. Lisinski on Saturdays, Lisinski arioso, Mladi u Lisinski and Videoklub Lisinski. During more than ten years of work, she participated in the artistic design and realization of a series of concerts, mostly as part of the cycle Lisinski on Saturdays and Lisinski arioso . For a while, she artistically designed and led the Videoklub Lisinski cycle.
Since 2005, she has been a regular contributor to the Third Program of Croatian Radio (Euroclassic notturno, Life of Music), and occasionally collaborates with the Zagreb Philharmonic, the Croatian Music Youth and the Miroslav Krleža Lexicographic Institute. She is the author of two original scientific articles published in the journal Arti musices , and she has also published in the journals Cantus, WAM and Zagreb moj grad . She has exhibited several times at the annual meetings of the Croatian Musicological Society and at the Third Scientific Meeting of Postgraduate Doctoral Students in Social Sciences and Humanities in Zagreb. She is a member of the Croatian Musicological Society and the Croatian Association of Music Libraries, Archives and Documentation Centers.
Since 2017, she has been the head of the Multimedia-Documentation Department of the Lisinski Hall, within which the Music Information Center operates.
She graduated from the Department of Musicology of the Music Academy of the University of Zagreb in 1998. In the same year, she was employed at the Music Information Center as an editor, where she is still today. He is one of the authors of the Central Information System of Croatian Music Life – Quercus (along with Ivan Živanović and Maja Šojat Bikić).
From 2001 to 2005 she was the leader of the international project IAMIC – Annual List of Works for the International Association of Music Information Centers – IAMIC. She is the editor of several bilingual book editions on Croatian music and musicians by prominent Croatian musicologists, music editions of Croatian composers, and the author and editor of many written materials for the agency business of the Zagreb Concert Directorate and the Vatroslav Lisinski Concert Hall. She is actively involved in translation and has translated from German the first volume of the music manual dtv – Atlas zur Musik by Ulrich Michels, and from Polish more than twenty book titles on religious topics (for Christian Present, Verbum, Veritas, Stella Maris, etc.), including one of the most translated and most read books of religious literature in general, The Diary of the Polish Saint and Mystic Faustina Kowalska, stands out.
She was also involved in church music from 1989 to 2019 as an organist and choirmaster in the parish of the Blessed Virgin Mary of the Mother Church in Zagreb. She has been a member of the Croatian Society of Composers since 2000 (member of the Supervisory Board 2008-2012, member of the Presidency 2012-2020).
He completed his musicology studies at the Department of Musicology of the Music Academy in Zagreb. In addition to studying musicology, from 1990 to 1992 he studied German studies and philosophy at the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb, and continued the same studies in 1992 at the University of Vienna (Universität Wien) in musicology, philosophy and German philology. He defended his doctorate in musicology at the University of Vienna in 2018.
Since 1991, as an external associate, he has been publishing articles on music in daily newspapers and magazines, and his scientific articles have also been published in the musicological journals Arti musices and the collection Rad of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts. In 1999, he founded the Association for the Promotion of Croatian Music in Vienna, whose task is to actively promote Croatian music in Austria. In 2005 he founded and until 2018 led the Croatian Music Festival, a project in which Croatian music is presented in the interpretations of prominent Croatian musicians from the field of classical, pop-rock, original traditional and jazz music, in the most prestigious concert venues in Vienna.
In 2007, he initiated the release of a sound carrier with works by Dora Pejačević and Boris Papandopulo within the German publishing house “cpo” (jpc). He is also the initiator of projects for finding, collecting and digitizing autographs of compositions by Croatian composers, which have the important task of protecting, preserving and preserving Croatian musical heritage.