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The Australian Embassy and Chopin Fest hosted a piano concert by renowned Australian pianist and professor Michael Leslie, in the Belgrade City Hall.

The concert was attended by Ambassador of Australia H.E. Julia Feeney, Political and Public Affairs Officer at the Australian Embassy Irena Milojković, members of the diplomatic corps and cultural life of Belgrade.

 

The concert supports charity action ‘Daruj Talentima’ which raises funds through both financial donations and used and new instruments for the most talented students of music schools.

Chopin Fest is organised by the art association Kreartiva, sponsored by the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Belgrade, and supported by the Secretariat for Culture of the City of Belgrade, the Office of the Representation of the Republic of Srpska in Belgrade and Australia Embassy.

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