Hrvatski glazbeni zavod, Zagreb
Nada Bezić studied at the Zagreb Music Academy, where she also got her PhD in musicology. She graduated in librarianship at the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb and since 1988 she is in charge of the library in the Croatian Music Institute in Zagreb. Her main fields of research are the history of the Croatian Music Institute and musical life in Zagreb in the 19th and 20th centuries. For many years she contributed to the Third Programme of Croatian Radio. She wrote numerous articles and essays, and the monographs Društveni orkestar Hrvatskoga glazbenog zavoda (‘The Social Orchestra of the Croatian Music Institute, 2009) and Glazbena topografija Zagreba od 1799. do 2010.: Prostori muziciranja i spomen-obilježja (‘The musical topography of Zagreb from 1799 to 2010: Music-making sites and memorials’, 2012). She co-edited the collections Glazba prijelaza: Svečani zbornik za Evu Sedak (‘Music of transition: Essays in honour of Eva Sedak’, Zagreb 2009), Blagoje Bersa’s Dnevnik i uspomene (‘Diary and Memories’, Zagreb 2010) and Nova nepoznata glazba: Svečani zbornik za Nikšu Gliga (‘New unknown music: Essays in honour of Nikša Gligo’, Zagreb 2012).