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PETER BARBARIČ

PETER BARBARIČ

In radio work, musical journalism & promotion since 1979.

cooperator of the oldest independent / alternative radio station in Europe – Radio Student, Ljubljana,
Slovenia (1978 – 2007), its musical editor (1980), editor-in-chief & manager (1988 – 1990), deputy- editor (2000 –
2007); the editor of the monthly musical magazine of The Musical Youth of Slovenia GM (1984 – 1988), written
the articles for many of the essential Slovene printed media (Stop, Delo, Mladina, Problemi, Dnevnik); the author and editor of the book Okopi slave (Bastions of Glory), the manual & overview of the history of
Anglo-American popular music (Vitrum, 1996); the contributor / musical editor @ musical programme of the 1. programme of the national Radio Slovenija 1(2007 – today):
• the musical editor of the Roma programme Naše poti (2007 – today);
• the musical editor / contributor of the world music programme Etnofonija (2011 – today);
• the musical editor / contributor of the morning world-music programme Dobra glasba – dober dan (etno)
(2012 – today);
• the musical editor / contributor of the programme Glasbena cesta 2.3.1.5. (rock, soul, blues, reggae,
americana,…) (2014 – today);
PR of the national label Založba RTV Slovenija (2007 – today); a longtime promoter (1980 – today), the member of the programme board of the Slovene festival Novi rock (1981 – 1990), the programme & management chief of the Ljubljana Klub K4 (1992 – 1995), the member of the programme board of the Slovene world music festival Druga godba (1985 – 2003) and production manager of Druga godba (1995 – 2000), the member of the programme board of the Ljubljana festival Trnfest (2001 – 2010), also trivia: the Ljubljana co-promoter and Yugoslav tour manager of Motorhead for their Ljubljana /Yugoslavia concerts in 1989 and 1990; the author and coordinator of numerous radio-networking projects, supported by EU, UNESCO. Democracy Commission Grant, mainly building multi-cultural networks among the independent radio stations of ex-Yugoslavia.

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