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Christianity and Neo-Platonism

The Earth Fertility of Old Europe

 Runes as the Oldest Inscription Among Slavs 

Metaphysics of Sound: In Search of Name of God, by Nataša Pantović Historical Novel New Book Launch. Fiction Book by Nataša Pantović

Metaphysics of Sound: in Search of the Name of God, subtitled “a Brief history of the World beyond the usual by Nataša Pantović

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Blitz Valletta with the School of Narrative Dance

performance held in Republic Street Valletta.

 by Nataša Pantović

The open call to participate was available on Blitz’s website and social media.
 
SOND featured participants of every age and background, with no previous artistic experience, as well as artists from disciplines as diverse as Capoeira, Hip Hop, Breakdance, Tango, Flamenco, Ballet, Opera, Pop music, Gymnastics, Parkour and much more.
 
During the event on 30 June 2022, Zebbug B.P. Band (est 2016) set the rhythm as passers-by were invited to join the artist and the artistic procession to re-activate our shared public space, from the street to the buildings, in a one-of-a-kind celebration of rebirth and community-making.

Find Nataša dancing in red, with Ema Pantovic singing on the Casino's balcony with a dear friend Sabina playing instruments 4 Daphnie (killed journalist) 2022 BLITZ VALLETTA and MARINELLA SENATORE’S SCHOOL OF NARRATIVE DANCE, Malta.

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SOMETHING ABOUT YOU Exibition at Blitz Valletta, curated by Sara Dolfi Agostini and featuring a newly developed artwork from the School of Narrative Dance performance held in Republic Street Valletta

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Blat – The Island Fortress

the first ever Maltese opera film production

 by Nataša Pantović

Even though an opera is a theatrical form expressed within the theatre environment for centuries, the opera film is a rather new form of art. Until recently, the opera's composer would be passing his instructions to the cast. There was only one Carmen, or one Magic Flute. However, not that long ago, the stage director became increasingly important. With the introduction of an Opera Film, the opera world has become an increasingly complex art form.

BLAT Natasa Pantovic Ema Pantovic Maltese Film opera 2022

BLAT Natasa Pantovic Ema Pantovic Maltese Film opera 2022

To enjoy it, the audience must recognize opera as a multidimensional art performed by singers not actors. The director must remain true to the work, to the composer and the musical language used. This is a three-dimensional art not attempted by many.

Directing an opera film, the director must show the full appreciation for the talents, principal singers, dancers, chorus and stay true to the visuals. We find that not only the stories, but the music and the very form itself has to be reinvented.

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Blat – The Island Fortress

the first ever Maltese opera film production

 by Nataša Pantović

Even though an opera is a theatrical form expressed within the theatre environment for centuries, the opera film is a rather new form of art. Until recently, the opera's composer would be passing his instructions to the cast. There was only one Carmen, or one Magic Flute. However, not that long ago, the stage director became increasingly important. With the introduction of an Opera Film, the opera world has become an increasingly complex art form.

BLAT Natasa Pantovic Ema Pantovic Maltese Film opera 2022

BLAT Natasa Pantovic Ema Pantovic Maltese Film opera 2022

To enjoy it, the audience must recognize opera as a multidimensional art performed by singers not actors. The director must remain true to the work, to the composer and the musical language used. This is a three-dimensional art not attempted by many.

Directing an opera film, the director must show the full appreciation for the talents, principal singers, dancers, chorus and stay true to the visuals. We find that not only the stories, but the music and the very form itself has to be reinvented.

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ĊIKLU as a brand new youth-for-youth stage production at Manuel

Manuel Theatre Youth Production

 by Nataša Pantović

It perhaps takes a special kind of courage to perform at Malta’s National Theatre, Manuel Theatre, built in 1731 by the Knights of St. John, in one of the oldest working theatres in Europe, as a young 18-25 year old artist staging a Maltese production. There they are, handling a space and expectation of audience that has seen arguably the greatest shows of Malta, but still working with amazing 'but we think we can make an extraordinary piece of music theatre...’

EManuel Theatre 9th April 2022 Dancers

Manuel Theatre 9th April 2022 Dancers Opera Ciklu

Introducing tales from 21st Century women, set to lyrics, music and dance highlighted contemporary social issues. Without using the obvious, subtly but significantly tweaking the story interpretation, reunited with the nuclear family in the production. Led by their teacher’s motto: “There is nothing more beautiful than giving your soul to the audience:” the performers were able to zoom in and out and tell a bigger story of individuals and about community

We were invited to join a 70 minute journey through various life struggles as the young cast of opera singers and dancers experimented with contemporary youth opera and dance, inviting the audience to join the conversation.

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Interview Ema Sintayu with Nataša Pantović Maltese Serbian #author Life Mission Vision Inspirations

Interview by Ema Sintayu

Natasa Pantovic on her biggest inspirations behind her books, her life journeys around the globe and her ventures within the business world

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As ancient worlds consciousness researcher, Serbian/Maltese author and businesswoman Natasa Pantovic and I sat knee to knee from one another, she spoke proudly to me of her several accomplishments throughout her life.

Interview

Since I had previously researched that she had written up to ten books as an author, several of which had taken years to write, I began with my first question:

“I researched that you’re an author that has written up to ten books within your career, this doesn’t sound like much of an overnight process, so how many years did it take you to write them, and when did you begin?” 

“It is a lifetime Journey isn’t it?”

She answered, laughing gently before continuing. “I have published my very first book in 1993 in Serbia, a very long time ago, I’m actually at the moment fifty four years old, so I had a huge amount of years to do all of this.”

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Natasa Pantovic with Ema Sintayu on her biggest inspirations holding ancient Serbian from Vincha and her book Metaphysics of Sound: In Search of the Name of God

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