In Prague, a joint Albanian-Czech concert

The next day, June 18, 2019, the “Czech-Albanian Association for Development, Support and Cooperation” will host a concert at the Jan Deyl Music Conservatory in Prague.

The program, which starts at 7.30 pm, will bring in the audience present in the renowned music hall from Kosovo, Albania and Czech Republic, who will perform works by Albanian composers, Czech and world repertoire. The organizers have been thinking of performing the activities with important names of Albanian music such as: violinist from Kosovo Sihana Badivuku, a renowned and highly praised name for her artistic potential and pianist Zamir Kabo, the guarantee for a high-level interpretation. Along with them will be the pianist Radek Karel Kosarek, winner of several important international prizes, rich artistic life and world-wide performances and collaborations with Czech orchestras.


Ferenc Liszt – Rhapsodie espagnole for solo piano

Limos Dizdari – (Landscape/ Panorama) for piano

Antonin Dvořak – Slavoviv dance  op. 72 nr.2 for piano for 4 hands

Rexho Mulliqi – “Baresha” for violin & piano (arranged by Desar Sulejmani)

Josef Suk – ’Un poco triste” op.17 for violin and piano

Antonin Dvořak – Slvoviv dance no.2 op.46 for violin and piano

Aleksander Peci – Dance no.4 from “Four Albanian Folk dances for violin and piano

Bedřich Smetana – Fantasia on Czech folk songs for piano solo

Camille Saint-Saens – “Introduction & Rondo Capriccioso “ for violin and piano.



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