OPENING OF THE WORLD MUSIC CENTER SERBIA
The world music concert hosting 50 performers from Serbia, the region, Norway and Palestine held in the Cultural Institution Palilula, at the Stamenkovic scene, represented a solemn opening of the first Tutti World Music Center in Serbia.
The spectacular concert was opened by talented young musicians Nora Essahli Warholm, Djordje Rajku, Milos Dimitrijevic, Milos Tomic, Zoran Beljanski, Nandor Kovac, Ljiljana Dacanin, Marijan Stanojevic, Visnja Begovic, Marijana Lestaric, Nikola Birac, Mija Risteljic, Dijana Stavric, Bojan Cumurovic, Barbara Bubanja, Johanne Øra Danielsen, Mija Ristic, Miroslav Adasevic under conduction of Mr. Aleksandar Smrekic and Mr. Zoran Bogdanovic.
Younger musicians were followed by the musicians from Norway, Palestine and the Balkans – Anne Fosen, Erlend Smalås, Hans Hulbaekmo, Bajram Kafu Kinolli, Osama Abu Arafeh, Christine Zayed, Alber Bassil, Samer Rashed, Valeria Neira Lillebjerka, Marko Markovic, Natasa Tasic Knezevic, Vasil Hadzimanov, Daniel Lazar, Miroslav Petkov, Nikola Milosavljevic, Ismar Poric, Jovana Bogojevic, Anela Cindrak, Diego Vitasovic, Aleksandra Bjelos, Mina Sukovic, Sinan Acifovic, Stevan Samardzic and Danilo Mitic led by prominent Serbian musician from Norway and leader of Tutti Serbia, Mr. Jovan Pavlovic.
12.00 ” Meeting the World Music genre”, Program for children
18.30 Exibition „Harmony” by authors Melita Biber-Nuta and Doru Nuta was opened by Romanian ambassador, H.E. Mr. Daniel Banu
19.00 World Music Concert was officially opened by founder of the Tutti Foundation Mr. Inge Danielsen and ambassador of Norway in Serbia H.E. Mr. Nils Ragnar Kamsvåg
21.00 Jam session