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Musical work about Prishtina's architecture, premiered in Paris

Prishtina, 8 November 2017 - "KurrizCold Hyper Dance" for pianos, synthesizers and electronics is the work described by the author as "trying to give an image of Prishtina's architecture with all its chaos and complexity."

The well-known Kosovar composer and pianist, Liburn Jupolli, which is building his career and completing his studies in France, where he will interpret his latest work for the first time, Koha Ditore reports. He is part of the concert that will take place at the Maison de Norvege in Paris, where he will share the scene with various musicians from the Cite Universitaire campus.

"It is a joined concert with different musicians from 'Cite Universitaire', namely the Paris University campus. Musicians of the entire campus will perform, and it is a diverse combination," said Jupolli. He said that the work of "KurrizCold ..." that he composed during this year, and this will be the first time in front of the audience.

The project titled "Hero.Coli" is the eighth video game, whose music Jupolli has composed within the framework of the projects he makes in "GameLab" of the center "Center for Research and Interdisciplinary" where he studies.


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