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.


    Bilja Krstic & Bistrik orchestra

    Anniversary 15 years
    Thanks audience for all these years

    07.01.2016 – Banatski Karlovac, 14.02.2016 – Sombor, 08.03.2016 – Krusevac, 19.03.2016 – Smederevo, 
    31.03.2016 – Beograd, 02.04.2016 – Leskovac, 15.04.2016 – Pancevo, 16.04.2016 – Zrenjanin,
    22.04.2016 – Uzice, 13.05.2016 – Lazarevac, 14.05.2016 - Sremska Mitrovica, 20.05.2016 – Sabac, 
    24.07.2016 – Bitolj, 12.08.2016 – Nis, Nisville, 19.08.2016 – Brus
    Ruma, Kucevo, Vranje, Pirot, Bela Palanka, Gornji Milanovac, Aleksandrovac Zupski, Novi Sad...

  • 9.11.2015 BUNT Festival, Belgrade


    Zvezdara theater

    BUNT Festival



    Music Momcilo Bajagic Bajaga


    Bilja Krstic & Bistrik orchestra

  • 28.10.2015 SKOPLJE, Macedonia

    Tutun bank

    Anniversary - 30 years with you

    Goce Dimovski, Teodosi Spasov, Vasko Atanasovski, Vlatko Stefanovski band


    Bilja Krstic and Miki Stanojevic

  • 08.10.2015 FEDIS festival, Belgrade


    FEDIS 2015

    (Festival of domestic TV series)

    AWARD for music

    for the series "The man who defended Gavrilo Princip"

    Bilja Krstic & Miki Stanojevic


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