It’s Thursday and time for our report about the cultural and entertainment events coming up in the next few days.
Event: Jinx in concert
Place: Dom Omladine
Time: 21st December, at 9 pm
One of the best Croatian bands Jinx will celebrate their 25th anniversary with a concert at Belgrade’s Dom Omladine on Friday, 21st December. The band, led by the lead singer Jadranka Bastajic-Yaja and guitarist Coco Mosquito was founded in 1993 in Zagreb. Their first album, Sextasy, was released in English. In 1997, Jinx signed their first record contract with Aquarius Records and released their second album called Second Hand. In 2001, Percussionist Boris Popov joined the band. Jinx disbanded in 2002 and made a comeback in 2007 with the album Na Zapadu (In the West), having signed with Dallas Records. Jinx is one of Croatia’s leading commercial pop bands known for their laid back, funky and catchy songs.
Event: Gala concert of the Russian Ballet
Place: Kombank Dvorana
Time: 21st December, at 8 pm
The Russian Ballet will perform a gala concert dedicated to the 200th anniversary of the birth of the famous Russian choreographer, Marius Petipa will take place December 21st, at 20:00h, at Belgrade’s Kombank Dvorana. Marius Petipa (1818-1910) was a prominent Russian-French choreographer, actor, ballet master and teacher. He is considered the father of a classic ballet, combining French, Italian and Russian elements. The stars of the Russian ballet – the brilliant soloists of Mariinsky and Mikhailovsky Theatre from St. Petersburg, as well as the Bolshoi Theatre – will dance Petipa’s masterpieces in Belgrade. The programme will be split into two 50-minute-segments. Tickets are on sale at the price of 2,000 to 3,000 dinars at the Kombank Dvorana box office and Eventim outlets.
Event: Exhibition “Remembering Che Guevara”
Place: Cultural Centre of Novi Sad (Tribina Mladih)
Time: 21st December, 6 pm
The exhibition „Remembering Che Guevara“, staged by Ljubinka Šiba Fimić will be open on Friday, December 21, at the Novi Sad Cultural Centre and will last until mid-December. This is the fifth such exhibition about the life of Che Guevara since 2007, with the first two being staged in Havana and the remaining three in Novi Sad. The exhibition covers both the revolutionary and personal side of Che’s life, including his son and wife Aleide.
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