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Ars Acustica Group

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In 2009 the Ars Acustica (AA) group is joining the international Art's Birthday Parties already for the 5th time. This year the Ars Acustica is celebrating Art’s Birthday on January 16th - the evening before the birthday. Radio artists are involved by the members of the group to focus on the saying “Safe and Sound”. In a rapidly changing and increasingly unforeseeable world, safety has become a major concern on many levels of public and private life. The double meaning of the word sound as acoustic phenomenon and as synonym for good health points to the role of the aural sense and the voice as crucial devices of human self-perception.

The Ars Acustica Group has joined the international Art’s Birthday parties in 2004. Since then it organizes the contributed contents like most of the participants of the Art’s Birthday Network (http://artsbirthday.net) do - as "presents" for ART. Via ISDN-lines and/or the Internet the contributions are collected at two points, in Vienna (ORF) and Stockholm (SR), where they are sent to the two EBU satellite channels Ravel (R) and Verdi (V). Both satellite channels (R and V) offer “ready-to-broadcast” materials along with signature-tunes and broadcast-identifications. Both channels can also be further mixed or remixed with other live-material.

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Schedule Channel RAVEL

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19:05 – 19:20 ORF Kunstradio, Vienna - Live from Hainburg 
19:20 – 19:40 SK/SR, Bratislava - Live from Hainburg (Austria) 
19:40 – 20:00 CZCR - Live from Prague (Czech Republic) 
20:00 – 20:20 RTVSLO - Live from Ljubljana (Slovenia) 
20:20 – 20:40 RNE - Live from Madrid (Spain) 
20:40 – 21:00 Ward Weis - Live from Antwerp (Belgium)Website   

21:00 – 21:20 RTS - Live from Belgrade (Serbia)

Belgrade

Lullabies for the Birds and the Little Creatures

Author and director: Arsenije Jovanović
Co-author, producer and editor: MA, Predrag D. Stamenković
Production: Sound Workshop, Drama Department, Radio Belgrade
Sound Engineer : Ilinka Čolić
Sound Engineers in preparation: Slobodan Stanković and Dejan Ivanović
Sound Engineer of the final mix: Zoran Marić
Sound Engineer of the transmission: Dragan Šćepanović
Transmission Supervisor, Euroradio Coordinator: Živan Mitrović

Participated in the realisation:

In the composition «Lullaby» for female choir and percussion by Predrag D. Stamenković - Female Academic Choir «Collegium musicum» as well as the following percussionists: Boris Bunjac and Aman Tonmas, under the leading of Darinka Matić Marović;

In the composition «The Divine Liturgy of Saint John Chryostom» by Stevan Stojanović Mokranjac - Children's Choir «Kolibri» of the RTS Music Production, under the leading of Milica Manojlović;

In the compositions «Lullaby», folk tradition - Children's Choir «Rastko» of the St.Sava Temple in Belgrade, under the leading of Jasmina Bouali Stanojković;

In the composition «Lullaby », folk tradition - Svetlana Stević – vocal;

In the composition «Terirem» - the lullaby of the Mother of God, Ortodox sacred music tradition - Male Vocal QuintetDarko Manić, Minta Aleksinački, Branimir Jovanović, Predrag D. Stamenković, father Vladimir Rumenić and Goran Grbić –trumpet.

About work

“Lullabies for the birds and Little Creatures” is a collage of works of two authors, Arsenije Jovanovic and Predrag Stamenkovic. The title of the program was taken from the name of the piece by Arsenije Jovanovic inspired to some extend on Orthodox Byzantine Chant Terirem, the Bogorodica Lullaby for the Little Christ (Mother of God Lullaby) and choir oratorio “Liturgy” by Serbian composer Mokranjac. Predrag Stamenkovic composed his piece upon an old Serbian folk lullaby so the whole Radio Belgrade program could be regarded as ars acoustica Lullaby for AB2009. Sleep well.

Arsenije Jovanovic (Born 1932.)

Author, director and producer of works for theater, radio and television, writer, photographer, occasionally theatre set and TV designer, retired university professor (FDU). Last theatre productions: “Kolubarska bitka” (JDP) and “Korešpodencija” (Atelier 212).

Directed about eighty theatre spectacles in ex/Yugoslavia, England, Bulgaria and USA. Director of over 100 television productions, dramas, short films, TV series, experimental works etc.

Directed a hundred of radio plays, author of many original radiophonique works and electro-acoustic compositions commissioned by Radio Belgrade, Austrian national radio, Radio France, RAI, WDR, SFB, Spanish national radio, New American radio, Deutschland radio, SWF, Finish radio, ABC (Australia).
Initiator of sound-art workshops at ORF (Vienna), Faeroe Island, Technical Universality in Sydney, Helsinki, Copenhagen.

Married with Ilinka Ćolić, they have 8 years old daugther Ana, they live in Belgrade, Serbia and in Rovinj, Croatia arsenije.jovanovic@inet.hr & gliola@sezampro.yu – tel. +381 11 303 4120, +385 52 830 274


Prizes for radiophonique compositions:
Prix Italia (category of radio-music) for "Resava Cave".
Prix Italia for "Tombstones along the Roadside".
Premio Ondas, Barcelona, Spain. (twice)
Acustica International Prize, WDR, Cologne for "Faunophonia Balkanica".

Finalist award at New York Radio Art Festival for "Homo Politikus Vulgaris".
First prize for “Concerto grosso Balkanico” in Rust, Austria.
First prize Radio France International for “La parata” with Ilinka Čolić.
Third, second and third prize at International radio festival in Mexico City for “Trans Dada Belgrade express”, “Toast to Radio” and “Gypsy party in a Turkish bathhouse”(with Ilinka Čolić).
Many national prizes at home for different radio works.

Predrag D. Stamenkovic, MA

(born 1956.) a composer and a conducter, since 2005 is a chief editor of the Drama Program of Radio Belgrade. Since 2000 he is an editor of the radio serial „Workshop of sound“. He used to be a musical editor of the Program 202 of the Radio Belgrade. His solo, chamber, choral and orchestral compositions have been performed in Serbia and abroad. Predrag is also a vocal and instrumental solo performer of the music group „Musica antiqua“, which is specialized for Middle Age and Renaissance music. Together with the group he performed on more then a hundred concerts all over Serbia and Europe. Many of these concerts have been recorded either for radio or TV. He has also taken part in realization more then 500 radio dramas, some of them have won on prestigious world festivals. The artistic programs he had created represented Radio Belgrade on famous international contests of radio and TV programs. He has won many prizes in Serbia and abroad. Predrag is a director of the annual Festival of speritual music „Chorus among frescos“ in Belgrade. As a conductor of women’s chorus from Sid, he won prizes in 2005 and 2006 on the conterst of chorus in Bosnia and Herzegovina. stamenkovic.predrag@rts.co.yu, & drstam@sbb.rs, - tel. +381 11 2168150, mob. +381 64 861 3594

Hilandarska 2a, 11000 Beograd, Srbija

tel/fax + 381 11 32 34 003, 32 46 167

radiodrama@rts.co.yu,www.rts.co.yu/radio/drama

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22:20 – 22:40 RTP - Live from Lisbon (Portugal) 
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19:10 – 19:30 - YLE - Live from Helsinki (Finland) 
19:30 – 19:50 - YLE - Live from Helsinki (Finland) 
19:50 – 20:10 - ERR - Live from Tallinn (Estonia)Website   
20:10 – 20:30 - GRF/SRF - Live from Paris (France) 
20:30 – 20:50 - PRT/PR- Live from Warsaw (Poland) 
20:50 – 21:10 - CR - Live from Prague (Czech Republic) 
21:10 – 21:30 - DKU - Live from Berlin (Germany)Website   
21:30 – 21:50 - RSR - Live from Lausanne (Switzerland) 
21:50 – 22:10 - SWR - Live from Baden-Baden (Germany) 
22:10 – 22:30 - RTBF - Live from Brussels (Belgium) 
22:30 – 22:55 - SR - Live from Stockholm (Sweden)