Albania Commemorates Father of National Opera Music

June 2, 2017 0

Albania will commemorate one of the fathers of the country’s opera history, composer Çesk Zadeja with a concert tracing the maestro’s creativity and those who have followed in his footsteps. Bassoonist Alban Zadeja, Çesk’s son, […]


Nikolic’s Gaffes Will Linger in Serbia’s Memory

May 8, 2017 0

Serbia’s outgoing President, Tomislav Nikolic, will long be remembered for his less than diplomatic remarks – and for generosity when it comes to handing out state awards. As the inauguration of Aleksandar Vucic as Serbia’s […]


Sheep Slaughter and Gifts to Welcome Summer in Kosovo

May 8, 2017 0

A slaughter of sheep and offerings for sunny weather and good health: thousands of ethnic Albanians poured into a small village in southwest Kosovo on Saturday for an age-old, part-religious and part-pagan festival. They came […]


Young Cannes Lions for Refugees in Serbia

May 5, 2017 0

The winners of this year’s Serbia Young Lions 2017 advertising competition for young professionals early in their careers have been announced. The competition rules were clear: the applicants must work in Serbia within the advertising […]


Celebrate May Day, Serbian Style

May 1, 2017 0

The largest outdoor party in Serbia – and possibly the Balkans – is kicking off around the country as youth is celebrating May Day. While May 1 marks International Workers’ Day on a global level, […]


Kosovo Playwright ‘Threatened by War Veterans’

April 30, 2017 0

Playwright Jeton Neziraj alleged that Kosovo Liberation Army veterans threatened to kill him if he stages his new play because they believe that it defames the wartime guerrilla force. Neziraj said that he was threatened […]