Montenegro represented at the Slavic music concert in the UN General Assembly

The United Nations General Assembly hosted the concert “Folk Music of Slavic Peoples” on the occasion of the International Day of Slavic Literature and Culture and the second Russian Language Day.

The National Academic Orchestra of Folk Instruments  named “Osipova” presented a unique program of Slavic folk music and culture. The program also included performances by the artists from the Russian Federation, Belarus, Czech Republic, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Montenegro, Serbia, Ukraine, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Croatia. Viewers were presented to the musical traditions of the Slavic peoples in the performance of a unique orchestra of folk instruments, marking this year anniversary of its founding in 1993.

The youngest member of the United Nations, Montenegro was presented by the soloist – Stevan Čavor on diple, playing traditional folk song “Pod Lovćenom zeleni se trava” (“Near Lovchen a green grass”).

Concert: Folk Music of Slavic Peoples

 

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