Deaf ear politic syndrome

Just to  feel the greatness of some organizations considered as being historic. How many years will pass until we will have a concert hall and opera house in Kosovo? I am talking about of having it the capital. I am not talking about Prizren, which continues to be left behind in the back of institutional support-I always speak on art music and culture in general. Whoever thinks differently has to show up some arguments! Salzburg continues to be Salzburg, and Kosovo continues to be Kosovo. Perpetum mobile sadly! To us there is no giving up! Better days will also come for music. The question remains, “When we were young we thought Pristina would become Paris;  we thought like this when we were twenty,  are we going to make things move or we will remain only attempting to create opera in Prizren. Legally Prishtina has a well-established opera and legally exists as the Kosovo Opera Philharmonic. But there’s no Opera house.  But there is no law for the opera house as Prizren’s national theater, we say, and  no permission to this object. Years will also sense of this writing. “Deaf ear” – this is a political syndrome.

/Blerim Bytyqi/

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