My Classical Hit, new TV format
A new format of shows by TV Slovenia, My Classical Hit, aims at presenting classical music to all generations in a very special way.
My Classical Hit, president of Slovenia - Borut Pahor © Marko Kocevar/RTV Slovenija
My Classical Hit, Tomo Kriznar © Marko Kocevar/RTV Slovenija
My Classical Hit, Ivo Boscarol © Marko Kocevar/RTV Slovenija
The short 5-minute features of celebrities talking about their love of classical music are full of interesting facts about certain pieces, composers and musical eras.
We learn a lot about a person by their taste in music, so these vivid shows give us a chance to see well-known Slovenians from a new perspective. Famous people have their favourite scores, too, but we never hear (or read) about that, since the media are much more interested in other aspects of their lives. The creators of My Classical Hit have chosen six exceptional people of different professions, giving us a glimpse at their specific musical tastes.
In the six-part series we meet president of Slovenia Borut Pahor, paralympic swimmer Darko Đurić, world traveller and humanitarian Tomo Križnar, priest Robert Friškovec, poetess Svetlana Makarovič, and innovator and businessman Ivo Boscarol.
English title My Classical Hit
Original series title My Classical Hit
Production year 2017
Duration 5 Minutes
Author Daniel Celarec
Producer Daniel Celarec
Executive Producer Danica Dolinar
Director Jernej Kastelec
Distribution TV RTV/TV Slovenija
Musical style Classical Music
Composer Beethoven, Mozart, Vivaldi, Smetana, Bizet, Strauss
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