16 May 2018     Festivals 

Eight choirs with about 250 participants from Estonia, Bulgaria, Slovenia, Israel and Serbia participated from 3 to 6 May at the Second International Choral Festival in Belgrade. By two representative choirs took part from Bulgarian and Serbian side, as well as the Chorus Ensemble at the Ministry of Defense "Stanislav Binicki", announced the directors of the festival Sasha Bajic and Milo Radoman.

"On the first day, three of the choirs performed in Cultural Center in Obrenovac, near Belgrade. On the second day the participants had free time for sightseeing, and their evening performances were in the concert hall of the Central Military Club. The third festival day included morning technical rehearsals and leisure, and the evening concert and the official closing ceremony of the festival took place in one of the most renowned concert halls in the center of Belgrade at Kolarac Endowment. At the end of the concert, all participating choirs performed a composition by one of the most famous Serbian composers - Stevan Stojanović Mokranjac, after which they received diplomas for participation", said the organizers, who have traditionally exchanged souvenirs with the participants.

After the concert, the hosts traditionally organized a "Serbian evening" with a party and dinner for the participants.