Life after midnight
Prishtina’s original partystarters discuss the city’s clubbing scene now and then.
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.
Two musical duos lighting up Kosovo’s underground
Tandem and X-Rated Self Love look beyond the wall.
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.
“The Dark” provides immersive musical experience
Experimental opera performance shows potential of abandoned spaces.
Taste2: My music is a form of protest against the evils in this country
Rapper says he contributes to Kosovar society through music that is against those who are “lying to the people.”
Shpat Deda sings his song “Ninullë,” dedicated to his grandmother
Shpat Deda’s new project, which involves a song and a music video, was published on Friday.
ANDRRA: Exploring Albanian rhapsodies gives meaning to my parents’ pasts and my own future
Chart-topping music artist discusses her upcoming album, folk music by women and cultural conformity.