KotorArt: Music Doesn't Know Language Barriers

By , 23 Jul 2018, 14:27 PM Lifestyle
Illustration Illustration Duško Miljanić

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July 23, 2018 - Last night, in the church of St. Duh in Kotor, within the framework of KotorArt Don Branko's days of music, Chinese artists performed the concert called "Music Path of the Silk ".

In addition to the famous classical pieces for piano, violin and soprano, they also performed the Mongolian folk song by Vu Lan Tuo Gaa, Tjen Shan Mountain, the folk melodies of Sinkjang from Veidžao / Jilin Suen, the folk song of the Han Dynasty from Shifu, and many other folk Chinese melodies which the audience acknowledged with enthusiasm.


Photo: Duško Miljanić

The concert was performed by the soprano Vandže Džang, General Secretary and Music Teacher at the Boston Music Association and GIPAC Academy President, soprano Džang Džang, lecturer at the Solo Choir and Opera at the Chinese Central Music Conservatory in Beijing, Ćuen Juen, a violinist in orchestra with the Metropolitan opera, orchestra All-Star and the Montklers Symphony Orchestra, as well as the young talent of the GIPAC Academy, pianist Šising Ju, piano accompanist for singers and violinists, and pianist from Serbia, Tea Andrejić.


Photo: Duško Miljanić

"We are delighted to have had the opportunity to perform at the KotorArt festival in the beautiful town of Kotor. The collaboration with the Gipac Academy took place in two projects - the evening concert and also the premiere performance of the Chinese musical for children Bah on the camel within KotorArtt for the youngest," said the artists from the GIPAC Academy, a partner of the program.

Text by CdM, on July 21st, 2018, read more at CdM

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