A concert that will remain long in the audience memory

On September 26, 18, in the National Theater Hall in Pristina, the public had the opportunity to see a show that impressed the public and was of a high artistic level. The show called “Kumt” played by AKKV Artistic Troupe “Shota” came to us this time in a different form from the shows we were used to seeing before. This choreodrama dedicated to our national hero Gjergj Kastrioti-Scanderbeg was in three acts, and was so beautifully conceived by choreographer and director Gjergj Prevazi. The audience was amazed at the stage play, the ensemble dancers had a task they had before, they played the role of ballet dancers, and knowing that they are not profiled for this genre at ballet schools should be congratulated on the performance they showed in front of the public was really at the right artistic level. The first and third act was followed by contemporary music composed specifically for this choreo- drama by our well-known composer Valton Beqiri.

The second act was conceived as the weddings of Scanderbeg where some of our popular songs and dances and almost did not remain in the region without being involved with any song or dance. The singers and ensemble choir as well as the dancers managed to thrill the audience many times and applaud after each song or dance that was played or sung more so passion and love. The third act introduces the darkness and suffering of our people under Ottoman regime, and here the play of the artists on stage and the music were synchronized very beautifully. It should be noted that this show should be made visible to the public in our cities in Kosovo and beyond.



/Arsim Kelmendi/

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