After Packed Concert Halls, Zoran Predin and Matija Dedić Arrive to Novi Sad

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The fantastic duo, Zoran Predin and Matija Dedić, after packed concert halls and fantastic reviews for a special programme of the concert ‘Tragovi u sjeti’ (Tracks in Melancholy), arrive to Novi Sad on 13 January. The concert of the duo will be held in Novi Sad Synagogue at 22h, and number of available tickets at 1000 RSD for parterre and 800 RSD for the balcony is limited. After sold-out concerts of Divna Ljubojević and Ímar band that will perform with their special guest, Slobodan Trkulja, concerts of Laibach in the Serbian National Theatre, Nikola Vranjković in the Novi Sad Theatre – Újvidéki Szinház, and Kaliopi in the Youth Theatre have also been sold-out. The limited number of promotional tickets for remaining locations are available in the GigsTix ticket offices.

The specific sound of the pianist Matija Dedić and characteristic voice of Zoran Predin will combine in a unique jazz and pop treat. Chansons that they rearranged in a new way and sing in their unique style are known to everyone from the Ex-Yu territory, and they conjure good memories, from hit songs such as ‘Ti si mi u krvi’ by Bregović, ‘Galeb i ja’ by Runjić, ‘Magla’ by Karlo Metikoš to ‘Priča o Vasi Ladačkom’ by Balašević and many other famous melodies in completely new light. On the stage of the Novi Sad Synagogue they will be joined by three fantastic female vocals and a keyboard player.

 

We invite you to join our celebration of the year 7526

At more than 21 locations across Novi Sad, numerous local, regional and global starts will perform: Divna Ljubojević in the Hall of the NIS building, Laibach in the Serbian National Theatre, the famous regional star Kaliopi in the Youth Theatre, Celtic attraction Ímar and Slobodan Trkulja in the Serbian National Theatre, and the fantastic combination of tamburitza bands from Osijek and Novi Sad with Dušan Svilar will perform in Studio M.

Citizens of Novi Sad will have an opportunity to see the new circus Cabaret Bre and Aleksandar Dujin Orchestra in the West Hall of SPENS, while the future Youth Creative Polis, the so-called Chinese Quarter, will feature programmes at three locations. Paul Ritch from France, Lag, Klaus and Techa perform in ‘Fabrika’, Necone, Friday Swag, Janchezz, Rasheed and Yeah Left in ‘Quarter’ club, while the Firchie Think Tank studio will host Netix, Codex and Senzorr.

Marčelo & Napeti Quintet and Mutant Urban Dance Ensemble arrive to Gerila Bar, and the Icy Forest will host a Disco Night.

 

Free programmes for citizens of Novi Sad

The great number of programmes for the celebration of the year 7526 will be free: Youth Philharmonic Orchestra in the Synagogue, ‘Cinderella’ children’s opera by the ‘Visoko C’ association in Egység chateau, and performances of different cultural-artistic associations from the Zone 021 in the hall of the Railway Station. The entrance is free for the performance of Sara Renar and Ana Ćurčin in the Cultural Centre of Novi Sad, concert of Josip A Lisac and Dojo in B-612 club. ‘Laza Kostić’ grammar school hosts Loran Prokopić and friends. The audience in the Museum of Vojvodina will have a chance to hear the ‘Sveti Stefan Dečanski’ choir, while the Startit Centre will host the extraordinary performance of Peaceful Warriors.

During the afternoon of 13 January, Studio M will host pop/rock concert of Novi Sad music schools, and the Futog Cultural Centre will host Anatolii Rechkin and Aleksander Lukashevich, who will play traditional Russian songs on the bayan and balalaika.

In the Gallery of Matica Srpska we organise a virtual guide – experience art with experimental sounds of the ‘Bloom’ band.

 

 

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