Best of luck to “Kamer Fest 2017” Festival!

“Kamer Fest 2017” has already opened the curtain. This is the 17th edition of this important festival that takes place in Pristina, with a high sensitivity not only in the Albanian speaking countries but also much more widely. In fact this is the first organization created after the formation of the state of Kosovo and even a year before the “ReMusica” Festival. Both of these festivals, as the two strong cultural pillars of Kosovo, have raised the voice of the newest state in Europe and have brought the world-renowned musicians and musicians in front of the cultured audience of Pristina. Under the direction of one of the well-known musicians of the region, violinist Sihana Badivuku this chamber music festival has already established its profile by expanding its good name. The festival takes place in Pristina, in different environments such as the University Library Amphitheater, on October 10, 18, 23, 26, 27, 30 October and 9 November, as well as at the Red Palace of the Youth Palace on 24, 25 and 31 October. Last night, “Kamer Fest” opened the duo of Italian musicians Silvia di Falco, soprano and Diana Nochiero, piano. Di Falco, Calabreze graduated in 2004 with excellent results at Katania and then Bologna, to begin a successful artistic career in theatrical opera and concert activity. So she has debuted in different countries of the world from USA to France, and from Panama to Egypt.

Nochiero pianist has managed to be heard with her concerts in various European and American countries up to Japan, Singapore and Indonesia. She has known the most important collaborations, including the Austrian, British and Spanish Radio Televisions. This night was considered by the organizers as the Parafestival evening, in which works by Italian authors and Debysi (Clode Debussy) were performed. Opusalb will be the media partner of this Festival this year and will reflect almost all of its nights with relevant comments.

 

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