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 The European Centre for Culture and Debate, better known as Culture Centre GRAD, has emerged and come to life as an independent cultural institution, recognised on the cultural map of not only Belgrade, Serbia and the region, but also well beyond.

With a large number of different programmes that are conducted on a daily basis, KC GRAD has gathered together large audiences of different generations for eight years.

The Netherlands versatile ambassador in Belgrade, H.E. Hendrik Van Den Dool, joined the band on stage during the birthday celebration and took control of the keyboard. His virtuosity soon won over the audience and was followed by a standing ovation from a large number of music lovers in attendance.

Source: Danas; Photo: Nemanja Stojanović

 

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