Weekend is coming – Events in Belgrade and Novi Sad

It’s Thursday, and time for our report about the cultural and entertainment events coming up this weekend.


Event: Retrospective of Momo Kapor’s artwork

Place: Kuca Kralja Petra (King Peter’s House) , 40, Vase Pelagica Street

Time:  from 1st to 10th March, working days from noon to 6pm, Saturdays from 10am to 2pm

Marking the eight anniversary of Momo Kapor’s death, King Peter’s House will host an exhibition of Kapor’s beloved artwork. The exhibition will feature 30 paintings and drawings of one of the most loved Serbian writers, humourists, painters, and artists in general whose literary phenomenon has spread over three decades. Kapor has exhibited many of his paintings in various countries, including the United States, Germany, and France. He died of throat cancer in 2010.

Event: Ballet ‘Eugene Onegin’

Place: National Theatre in Belgrade

Time:  4th March, at 7:30pm

Ballet Eugene Onegin, to the music by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, choreographed and directed by Lidija Pilipenko, will be staged at the National Theatre in Belgrade on 4th March. The main roles will be interpreted by Jovan Veselinovic (as Onegin), Bojana Zegarac Knezevic (Tatiana), Igor Pastor (Lensky), and Teodora Spasic (Olga). Maestro Djordje Pavlovic will conduct the orchestra. Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin wrote Eugene Onegin, one of the most renowned novels of Russian and world literature, in 1831.


Event: The Kosovo and Metohija Week

Place: Matica Srpska

Time: Until 2nd March

Matica Srpska in Novi Sad has dedicated an entire week to Kosovo and Metohija, its art, culture and tradition. The Sveti Jovan Damaskin Choir will perform on Thursday, 1st March, at 7pm, with Hierodeacon Jerotej conducting. Also, the Bishop of Backa, Dr Irinej Bulovic will give a welcome address. On Friday, 2nd March, writer Petar Kostic will present his book “Leaves from the Distant and Recent Past”, while the Kosovski Božuri Choir will perform.

Event: Rambo Amadeus Unplugged – concert

Place: Bulevar Books

Time: 1st March, at 9:30pm

The controversial Serbian multi-media artist, Rambo Amadeus and his team are continuing to delight with their intimate musical performances called ‘gigs in a bookstore’ by combining the two most important media: music and books. The tickets cost 800 dinars, and you can use the ticket as a voucher to get 200 dinars off your next purchase at the Bulevar Books store.

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