Every August (4th to 28th) sees the Edinburgh International Festival transform one of the world's most beautiful cities into a venue for three exhilarating weeks of presentations of the finest creators and performers from the worlds of the arts.
By raising the flag and after the openings song “Sa Ovcara i Kablara” for the 57th consecutive time, the Dragacev Trumpet Festival was opened yesterday. The brass bands walked through the streets of small town of Guca playing their songs to invite people from the whole world to dance and party till sunrise on the brass beats.
One of the world’s leading Summer Jazz Festivals…Nišville International Jazz Festival in Serbia is back this August 2017. Featuring International Jazz Greats and a Huge Lineup of European Jazz Musicians, this is the Summer Jazz Festival that has locals and international visitors buzzing with excitement!
Early each in October (this year from 1st to 4th ) families of Belgrade’s children welcome several hundred peers from all over Europe, who bring sound, movement, image, their countries’ customs and various other skills, which, in the course of the next six days, are presented in Belgrade’s squares, streets and venues.
Once a year, from the last Sunday of August until the first Monday of September, tens of thousands of people gather in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert, US to create Black Rock City, a temporary metropolis dedicated to community, art, self-expression, and self-reliance.
Elvis Presley's August 16th, 1977, death still has reverberations that span generations and nationalities. Every year, impersonators gather to celebrate The King and reminisce about his far-reaching influence in both music and pop culture at large. Each year, old fans and new head to Graceland in Memphis, Tennessee, US – Elvis’s former residence – and over the course of a week they celebrate his life and work. The organizers of the event predict that the 40th anniversary will see a record number of visitors.
In the late 1960s and early 1970s, the musical Hair influenced a generation as no other musical before or after. Hair was more than just another musical in a city that is renowned for its Broadway musicals. It held out the promise of a new era, an era characterised by peace, love and harmony
During a visit to Belgrade during the 1990s, Richard Holbrooke, a U.S. diplomat and one of the authors of the Dayton Agreement that ended the war in Bosnia, accused Slobodan Milošević of stifling media freedom in Serbia.
This year marks the tenth anniversary of the establishing of the international documentary film festival in Belgrade, Beldocs. Its jubilee edition will be held from 8th to 15th May at various venues in the Serbian capital
We are a country that has seven million inhabitants, and we have Vojvodina, Mačva, Šumadija, Pomoravlje, and with all that we have a million hungry people. If we are not capable, we should immediately lease the country to someone to feed us.
I am neither capable of being a Frenchman nor would I want to be one. I am deeply rooted as a Yugoslav and I will remain that way until the end of my life. I also have deep roots as a Belgrader, which implies that I am also a Serb. When someone asks me how I feel in terms of whom I belong to, I always give the same answer: I’m a Yugoslav painter who lives and works in France, whether someone likes that or not!