Concert "EVERGREENS" which will be performed by the "OVERCROSS ENSEMBLE", consisting of Milica Milovic (guitars, vocals), Nedeljko Pejovic (guitar) and Jelena Zivkovic (Violin) will be performed at the Purgatorije festival on Tuesday, July 30 at 9:30 pm at Lustica Bay.
As announced from the Culture Centre Tivat, the concert contains 15 representative pop music tracks (the term Pop is used in the broader sense – apart from pop, also includes rock, funk and related genres), which have experienced the test of time, transcended the style and genre in which they were written and ranked in the treasury of the universally recognized values of world culture. Hence the name of the concert - Evegreens / always green, an expression that has been recognized in the world for this kind of music. These tracks have been signed by performers such as Sting, Daft Punk, The Beatles, Queen, Toto. In short, the genre of Dean Martin to Maroon5 - from funk to chanson and back. Apart from them, representative tracks were selected from so-called popular music from Yugoslavia and the Balkans, i.e. of our domicile space that is close to us and which once did not stay behind (in its "golden years") the world trends. Transportation for the concert is provided and departure to Luštica Bay from the old bus station is at 20,30.
On Monday, July 29 at 9:30 pm, on the small scene of Atrium Buća in Tivat, within the Festival of Mediterranean Theatre "Purgatorije", the theatre performance "HASANAGINICA" by Culture Center Tivat will be performed. The play will be reprized on July 30 and 31, also on the small scene of the Atrium Buća at 9.30 p.m. The play is written by Ljubomir Simović and directed by Jagoš Marković. Starring: Kristina Stevovic, Branimir Popovic, Anita Mancic, Radmila Zivkovic, Nebojsa Kundacina, Aleksandar Sreckovic, Misa Obradovic, Petar Novakovic, Emir Covic and Milos Pejovic.
What we remember very well from high school and lessons on literature is the Slovenian antithesis at the very beginning of this tragic ballad in which the narrator points to the white color of the tent of Hasan-aga, i.e., on the innocence of his loyal love, which due to the patriarchal upbringing, the jealous husband and the rules of the Qur'an must not leave the house and visit her master who "suffers from anger wounds". From the very beginning to the very end of this tragedy, we are aware of the injustice that happens to the wife and mother Hasanaginica, who is morally, mentally and physically destroyed because of the civilization in which she lives and where the male principle defines the fate of women and takes a right and role of God to decide on others life.
"Hasanaginica is the DNA of all our pain, our grief and our love. This is a true ancient tragedy placed on our premises and in our mentality, and what we have tried to do is a homage to this great drama and its endless beauty"- Jagoš Marković.