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Kosovo musicians will hold a concert in Berliner Philharmonie

Prishtina, 11 February 2016 - Berliner Philharmonie, which already serves as a model for the halls worldwide, will host six young musicians from Kosovo.

In the concert titled “Një natë për Kosovën,” these musicians will climb on scene together with the well-known Kosovo violinist Sihana Badivuku, violinist Blerim Grubi, clarinettist from the Netherland, Lars Wouters van den Oudenweijer, Japanese-American pianist, Naomi Niskala, and American cellist, Frank Dodge. At the same time, Dodge is the originator of this event that will take place on 27 April. His chamber orchestra "Spectrum Concerts Berlin" and guests from Kosovo will perform together at one of the most important halls of classical music not only in Germany. Out of 53 people to become part of the contest, which took place in November last year, the persons elected are Andi Duraku, Alp Kuka and Eda Vllaço in piano, Ermal Kabashi and Tomorr Kumnova in guitar and composer Hajrullah Syla. During the first two parts of the concert, the works of world renowned composers, as Johann Sebastian Bach, Franz Schubert, Frederic Chopin, Johannes Brahms and others, will be performed. However, the third part will be more special to the German public. Three works of Kosovo composer, Hajrullah Syla, will be performed. The idea for "Një natë për Kosovën" did not arise fortuitously. Dodge visited Kosovo for the first time in 2012 to come back after a year with his friends. He considers the travel to Kosovo as a spiritual issue.



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