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Folkloric Reunion And Book Launch at Triglav Club in Sydney

Peter Krope, president of Triglav Club in Sydney invites to attend their Folkloric reunion and the Sydney book launch of the Anthology of Slovenian Musicians in Australia, which will take place on Sunday, March 20th. Listen below.

Presentation of a new book Anthology of Slovenian Australian Musicians which is the culmination of six years research about the musicians of Slovenian heritage who migrated to Australia since World War 2.

A visual and oral presentation will highlight the achievements of those in New South Wales so musicians interviewed from Canberra and Wollongong are most welcome to attend.

The book, which comprises 664 pages, will be available for purchase on the day for $95. A set of 2 CDs has also been compiled with 70 recorded excerpts of musicians from within the book. The CD set is sold separately for $30.


About author Katarina Vrisk

Slovenian Australian Katarina Vrisk has made a successful career as a music teacher in Melbourne, Australia. From early childhood music has played a major part in her life with influences from her musician father, and her involvement in the Slovenian community.

Over the last 2 to 3 years Katarina decided to undertake a mammoth project by documenting the activities of Slovenian Australian musicians. The passion and long hours Katarina has put into this project culminates with the release of her book and CD titled Anthology of Slovenian Australian Musicians.


Source: Radio SBS Australia | Lenti Lenko



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