Korni Grupa, modern art and Love Festival in Belgrade and Novi Sad

It’s Thursday and time for our report about the cultural and entertainment events coming up in the next few days.

BELGRADE

Event: Concert by Korni Grupa

Place: Sava Centre

Time: 31st January, 8:30 pm

The legendary ex-Yugoslav rock group, Korni Grupa will have a comeback concert tonight, at the Sava Centre, with special appearances of several renowned musicians. Unfortunately, the band’s original singer, Dado Topić was not able to perform tonight, with the singer of the band Kerber, Goran Šepa-Gale taking his place. The band will perform in the following lineup – keyboardist Kornelije Bata Kovač, guitarist Josip Boček, bass player Pedja Milanović, keyboards Aleksandar Miletić and drummer Ratko Ljubičić. They will be joined on stage by singers Dejan Cukić, Zoran Šandorov and Dušan Svilar.

Event: Sequences – Art of Yugoslavia and Serbia exhibition

Place: Museum of Contemporary Art

Time: Every day, except Tuesday, from 10 am to 6 pm

“Sequences” encompasses the period from the beginning of the 20th century to the present, showcasing art created in Yugoslavia and Serbia today. “Sequences” is a historical exhibition that includes contemporary art, with the primary aim of reaffirming MoCAB’s collection and offering a new framework by which to become acquainted with and understand the art made on these territories. The exhibition is structured as a series of 18 sequences, grouped chronologically to reflect the historical shifts in the art of Yugoslavia and Serbia over the past one hundred years. Dejan Sretenović is the exhibition’s author while Mišela Blanuša, Zoran Erić and Dejan Sretenović are its curators.

 NOVI SAD

Event: Official opening of the Love Festival

Place: Trg Slobode (Liberty Square)

Time: 3rd February, at 6 pm

Color Press Group, Ninamedia, HBO Color Media Events and Subsidium are again organizing the Love Festival in celebration of the upcoming St. Valentine’s Day, which also coincides with St. Trifun (the patron saint of wine makers and vine growers) Day. The festival will be official opened on Sunday, at 6 pm, with the performances by Zvončići Children Choir and Red Hot Chilli Peppers Tribute Band, and will close on February 24th. During the festival’s three weeks, the visitors will be able to enjoy in a diverse music programme, museum exhibitions dedicated to love, screenings of best Serbian films, meets and greets with the family members of the greatest Serbian actors and actresses who are no longer with us, charity events and so on. For more information about the festival, please click here.

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