Concert starts on Saturday, November 17th at 7 pm
Concert starts on Tuesday, November 22nd at 7 pm: About the artists: Their playing is characterized by fine emotionality, intensity and fantasy. Their naturalness and passion are mariking the open-minded personality in the music they create. Simona Gjorceva works with young talented Students at the Robert Schumann Academy in Düsseldorf, Germany and is the managing director of the Robert Schumann international Competition for young pianists in Düsseldorf.
Concert starts on Monday, Nov. 14th at 7 pm: We gladly invite you to this exclusive promotion of our latest album “RADIO LUBOYNA”, to meet LUBOYNA in live, welcome our guest ISMAIL LUMANOVSKI and join us in this musical journey of ours where you can listen to a glass of Macedonian wine and drink music with us
Saturday, October 15th at 8 pm: A journey through the sacred sounds of south-american shamanism, mixed with Balkan sounds and beats, we would like to welcome you on a special journey to your inner self.
Thursday, Oct. 6th at 7:30 pm: Kiril Tufekcievski on Contrabass, Matyas Gayer on Piano, Taulant Mehmeti on Guitar, Kiril Kuzmanov on Alt Saxophone , Sashko Nikolovski on Trombone And Goce Stevkovski on Drums 7 Stories is a rare accomplishment: a post-hard bop album with strong and memorably singable melodies, its beautiful moments striking a perfect balance between flash and subtlety without trying too hard to impress with instrumental virtuosity.
Works by photoshop based on 5 artists' original works- Projected by ITRC 2015 year plan. ITRC on Hologram Convergence Technologies, Chungbuk National University, South KOREA
Program: G. F. Handel- Largo’ From Xerxes, S. Stojkov- Coral, A. Rubinstein- Melodie, A. Dvorzak- Rusalka's Song to the Moon, Cezar Frank- Panis Angelicas, A. Arutunian- Concert, Christoph Willibald Gluck- Melodie, G. Puccini- O Mio Babbino Caro (from Gianni Schicci), T. Albinoni- Adagio in Sol minor, T. Hansen- Sonata, B. Angelovski- Teshkoto, Trad.Irish- Tis the Last Rose of Summer
The project focused on the reproduction of singled-out book objects and performances with them, while growing into a complex study of powerstyles. To the artist, these books have become meta-symbols of lost Eastern modernist knowledge and she uses them as reference symbols when critiquing the re-dress of the metabolist and brutalist architecture from the 1960s and 70s in her hometown of Skopje and its labelling as “Baroque”.
Seeking the correlation between the past, the present and the future, the author creates striking compositional structures of slightly geometrized, square or rectangular shapes or forms (which appear and vary in almost every work in the colorist game of full-and-empty and mutual overlapping of chromatic and achromatic tones) and expressive linearism (graphism); old paper and textile applications.
Ivana and Manu are traveling on a motorcycle around the world since April 2013.
Premiere of Aleksandar Pejovski’s “U mishja rupa”, along with songs from Gershwin, Bizet, Skalovski and Zografski
The gadgets that lead the modern living and civilization such as broadcast-communicationdigital media or GPS system lead us to the door that demands a special passage fee. That door is attractive enough for us to forget our being as human. The existence of human being that has been protected by ‘dignity’ is now downgraded to a daily updated data and a consumption good of another gadget.
Please support Make Music Harlem, a free, public, outdoors event to take place on June 21st 2016, 4-8PM on W119th street, between Frederick Douglass Boulevard and St. Nicholas Avenue.
One of the reasons for choosing the name is to break the ongoing tradition in jazz where you have a leader and the band carries his name and the number of musicians that are playing with him. This ongoing cliche somehow made todayís jazz groups sound predictive and killed the sound of a collective. Jazz became music for soloists and only that.
He will present his images if his native Belgrade. Please join us for the opening reception, June 16th 6-9pm. The exhibit will stay open until Sunday, June 18th.
The painter’s lesson of Mensur Bojda is an interpunction sign, a full-stop and a line, to sort of call it, a completely complex artist’s sentence. Be it metaphor or not, it sure is a serious and bold unravelment.
The unifying concept behind the selected works is the belief that only through digging deeper into the medium itself one gets grounded. As artists work to own the process through the physical labor they get into the body of the work itself.
In search for positive stories in the past among different ethnic and religious communities in Macedonia, the group came across interesting evidence on concrete stories during the time of Holocaust, in which Jewish, Muslims and Orthodox Christians were cooperating and supporting each other strongly. Being under a social pressure both, Muslim and Jewish communities, did not dare to speak the truth up to today.
We are thrilled to welcome our special guest, Ms. Holly Teichholtz, Senior Vice President Communications and Content Strategies of the Michael J. Fox Foundation who will share insights on the foundation’s Tour de Fox series, immediately following the screening.
Artworks created at Vevchanski Viduvanja Art Colony presented in the exhibition intitled Balkan in the Raw, supported by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Macedonia
Silence is not merely the absence of sound, noise or providence. Silence is food placed on the limitless interstellar table in the mystic chamber of the heart, still present in the silent echo of the old church bells in the dark domes of the world. It exists where the phenomenal had given eternal non-place to the noumenal.