Damir Imamovic: “If someone expects a sevdah singer to stay put, I won’t be their favorite sevdah singer”
Performer and sevdah theorist talks music, politics, nationalism, and tradition.
Hamed Abboud: The whole function of literature has changed for me now
Syrian poet on how his experiences as a refugee have transformed his work.
Alberta Troni: “We can see how thirsty the youth of Kosovo are for classical music”
Ahead of their duet at Prishtina’s Chopin Piano Fest, pianist Alberta Troni and cellist Karel Bredenhorst discuss the universal language of music.
Ares Shporta: “No one will just give things to us — we must take them, demand them”
Lumbardhi Foundation’s executive director discusses the struggle to create a cultural hub in Kosovo.
“The Dark” provides immersive musical experience
Experimental opera performance shows potential of abandoned spaces.
Alketa Xhafa Mripa: This need to be the voice for the voiceless is just doing my bit as a human being
Conceptual artist talks refugees, cups of tea and being inspired by her father.