The World Music Day is celebrated on June 21st with free concerts around the world, including Belgrade.
On Friday, June 21st, the Belgrade citizens will be able to enjoy free concerts held on the plateau in front of the Belgrade Culture Centre and in front of Dom Omladine.
The first concert in front of the Belgrade Culture Centre will start at noon. A young saxophone band, Banda Saksofonista, consisting of the students of the Josip Slavenski Elementary and Secondary Music School, Antonela Ilijić, Lazar Djordjević, Katarina Tolić, Mateja Blažić and Lazar Djurić, will perform.
The band will play under the guidance of Professor Milan Savic and will perform popular music, including the music by Mancini, Gershwin, Hancock, Eurythmics and Coldplay.
As every year, June 21st also marks the opening of the summer music season at Dom Omladine which holds its traditional widely popular “Koncerti na zidiću“ („Concerts on the Wall“) event, which will be held until September 8th.
Inspektor, a member of Vatra, one of the best hip-hop bands in Belgrade, will perform on Friday afternoon on the Milan Mladenović Plateau, in front of Dom Omladine. On Saturday, June 22nd, the Austrian musician and one of the staples of the electro music scene in Austria, Peter Zirbs, is due to perform. At the concert, he will present his new solo album “What if We Don’t Exist?” (released by Fabrique Records), which is a unique combination of electronic, experimental and avant-garde music.
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