Traditional music in the entire Balkan Peninsula has many peculiar characteristics. Its roots could be traced all the way back to ancient Greece thus echoing its forms and patterns across the centuries. A bridge between the Orient and the Occident, it has been influenced both by East and West and yet, it has kept its original spirit because of the rhythms and melodies that have remained closely linked with past performing practices and traditions. Lyrics, melodies and rhythms of this living folk tradition continue to pulsate as vibrantly as ever constantly creating new forms and shapes. This defines the beauty of the style and the number of ways in which it is expressed.

  • "Letters from secret town" - Zrenjanin

    About music in the life and life in the music!

    Book promotional
    "Letters from secret town"
    by Ivan Ivackovic

    National Museum, Zrenjanin
    03.apr.2015

    Bilja Krstic & Miki Stanojevic

  • NEW, NEW, NEW…...19. mart 2015



    New CD

    Music from motion picture

    “The man who defended Gavrilo Princip”

    Mascom records

     

    Autors: Bilja Krstic & Miki Stanojevic

  • Radio television Bosne Hercegovine (BHT1)




    TV show “Finaly friday” BHT1

    09.01.2015

    Special guests: Bilja Krstic & Miki Stanojevic

  • RMFestival 2014, Rovinj, Croatia



    RMF

    Teatro Gandusio

    30.12.2014

    LES FEMMES DES BALKANS

    Bilja Krstic, Amira Medunjanin, Tamara Obrovac

    Miki Stanojevic, Petar Radmilovic, Uros Rakovec, Zvonimir Sestak

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