Music beyond all borders- new narratives for a melodious Balkan
When it comes to culture, you can not help but think of Shkodra, the cradle of national culture.
After Saturday, September 12, 2020, when the musicologist Ridvan Karakaçi shared with the audience the topic: Song-dance and song-party: the two main foundations of the Shkodra civic song corpus, other events will take place today and tomorrow.
The discussion of the musicologist Karakaçi was held on several dimensions.
Meanwhile, tonight, Monday, September 14, at 18:00, the activities will continue with music selected from the Balkans under the direction of the artistic director of the project, Professor Lorenc Radovani.
To perform will be:
1. Arvida Kullolli-Vraco – violin
2. Anamarija Maric – violin
3. Ajdin Mulabdic – viola
4. Isak Haračić – cello
5. Admir Vračo – trompet
The project “Music beyond all borders- new narratives for a melodious Balkan” is funded by the Swiss Cultural Fund for Albania (SCFA), a project of the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) and implemented by CODE Partners / Arka Youth Center.
The closing concert with Balkan music will be held on Tuesday, September 15, with the participation of artists from the Balkan countries. The concert will be held in Shiroka Square under the direction of artistic director Professor Lorenc Radovani.
To perform with “ARKESTRA” will be:
Balkan Quartet (from Bosnia-Hercegovina)
Vedrana Šimić – soprano (Bosnia-Hercegovina)
Jozefina Simoni – vocal (Albania)
Admir Vračo – trumpet (Bosnia-Hercegovina)
Isak Haračić – cello (Serbi)
Juri Dajani – violinë (Albania)
Sara Nënshati – piano (Albania)
Gent Hoxha – folk instruments (Kosovë)
Emiljan Lekaj – clarinet (Albania)
Dancers – choreography by Gjergj Pervazi
Eno Koço – musicologist
Arlinda Çausholli – Host of the event