May / June 2024

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May 11th

at 7:00 PM



Los Sonidos de la Tierra – The sounds of the earth
Classical guitar quartet from Spain

In cooperation with the Embassy of Spain and the ArtLink festival.

The quartet consists of: Manuel Paz, Seila Gomez, Jesus Prieto and Carmen Cuello.

EntreQuatre Guitar Quartet, celebrating four decades of existence based in Oviedo, Asturias, Spain, was founded in 1984 and has been performing continuously around the world since then. In the year of their twenty-fifth anniversary, in 2009, the quartet received a nomination for the Latin Grammy Awards. Today, EntreQuatre’s international history covers more than 40 countries on 4 continents with presence in leading international halls: Carnegie Hall in New York, National Auditorium and Reina Sofia Auditorium in Madrid, Lutosławski Hall in Warsaw and National Auditorium in Brasilia…

EntreQuarte has inspired the creation of new works for four guitars – more than a hundred dedicated and premiered works by great Latin American composers, bringing new trends and compositions to the contemporary music scene of the 20th and 21st centuries, which are also performed by other quartets.

In 2022, the quartet made a world tour commemorating the 500th anniversary of the first circumnavigation of the world by Magellan and Elcan, which was realized by the Spanish government, performing in the main places where the famous expedition stayed, with the filming of the documentary film “Amarras” in Tierra del Fuego.

May 14th

at 8:00 PM


Address Unknown

The book “Address unknown” belongs to one of those great and irreplaceable books about the Holocaust like Diary of Anne Frank (1947) and Spillmann’s Pianist (1996). It belongs to one of those unavoidable documents which speak about the Mechanism of creation and continuity of Fascism as new, little known pestilence, on European political stage. The meaning of this literary work is reflected in its revival and in the revival that other similar literary works, like Spillmann’s “Pianist”, have had in our days. All this because of fatal attraction of fascism as a theory suitable for all kinds of radicalism, systematic violence, intolerance towards minorities, their way of life and behavior, xenophobia, anti-Semitism, racism and every religious or other exclusiveness. The strong current interest of this drama shows that fascism and Holocaust didn’t disappear, they just changed the place and form of appearance.

Directed, translated and adapted by Stefan Sablic

Costume designer: Zora Mojsilovic

Cast: Martin Schulse – Ivan Jevtović, Max Eisentein – Stefan Trifunović

May 15th

at 8:00 PM


Fekete Seretlek

The Fekete Seretlek group finds inspiration in traditional folk motifs and songs from around the world, which it transforms into new original forms and compositions. Accordion, cello, trumpet, double bass, violin, cahon and five vocals. Six musicians and actors at the same time, students of different years of the Prague DAMU – Theatrical Academy of Musical Arts in Prague.

The band Fekete Seretlek began to form in 2004, first as a trio (accordion, cello and double bass), a year later violin and trumpet joined, and in 2012 percussion. Their studio CD Fekete Seretlek was released in 2008, and in 2013 the live CD DAMAGED was released.

Their concerts are very energetic, almost cabaret and different every time, because the given circumstances open space for musicians to improvise. Acoustic and sound version, big stage, street or camera environment. Because of their recognizable theatricality, they often open or close various theater, film and music festivals (Figurenttheaterfestival Wels, Sziget, BTK St. Petersburg, Alfeda Radok Award, Viljandi Folk Music Festival, Skupova Plzenj, Reims, Anifest, Cikl Cakl St. Michael, Cibulak , Divadelna Nitra, Puf, Zlomvaz, etc.)

May 18th

at 8:00 PM

June 06th

at 8:00 PM


Fiddler on the Roof

The famous musical Violinist on the Roof is back in Belgrade. Story about love, dramatic farewells and dramatic misunderstandings, that all take place in the whirlwind of a bad historical moment. With characters who, with their optimism, persist in their unwavering faith in the future. This funny and emotional story is presented to us by impressive cast of actors/singers and orchestra “Shira Utfila”.

Directed by Stefan Sablić

Set and costume design: Boris Čakširan

Cast: Nebojša Ljubišić, Branislava Podrumac, Ivan Jevtović, Dragana Đukić, Miloš Vlalukin, Staša Nikolić, Vedran Borovčanin, Lea Savin and Ognjen Malušić, alternating with Peter Đurđević

Orchestra Shira Utfila: Dragana Anđelić Bunjac, Filip Krumes, Srdjan Đorđević, Goran Milošević, Stefan Sablić and Sinan Aćifović

As “Violinist on the Roof”: Tea Đorđević


Ring Ring 2024.

May 23rd / Fish in oil & Jelena Popržan

May 26th / C / W | N, Counter Ensemble