November 7, 2023 / 20:00
As part of the Bosnian Sandzak Cultural Days, Pera Film presents a selection of films by Bosnian director and screenwriter Pjer Žalica titled "Traces of Time." Within the program, Zanin Berbić, a young performer of Bosnian folk music, sevdalinka, and accordion virtuoso Adis Sirbubalo come together with Istanbulites to offer interpretations ranging from sevdalinka to jazz.
The concert, which will take place at Pera Museum Auditorium, is free of charge.
Seating is limited, and no reservations are being taken.
About Zanin Berbić:
Zanin Berbić graduated from the Sarajevo Music Academy's Ethnomusicology department in 2019. In the same department, in 2020, he completed his master's thesis on "Himzo Polovina – Interpreter, researcher, and music therapist of Bosnian folk music." The artist, who plays saz, violin, and accordion, is known as an interpreter of nearly forgotten sevdalinkas since 2003. He has signed over 200 studio recordings, some of which are in the archive of the Radio Television of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
About Adis Sirbubalo:
Adis Sirbubalo graduated with honors from the prestigious Columbia College Chicago in 2007. He collaborated with some of the finest jazz musicians, including Eddie Gomez, Christian McBride, and Chuchito Valdes. He was twice awarded the Best Solo Performance at the Elmhurst and Notre Dame jazz festivals. He has performed with groups like ODE, Eyes Manouche, Greta Pope Entertainment, and is a member of an accordion jazz trio. He currently resides in Sarajevo and works as a permanent member of pop star Dino Merlin's band, Mostar Rock group Zoster, and the jazz group Sarajevo Jazz Guerrilla. He is the arranger of numerous adaptations for songs by some of the biggest names in the Balkan music scene, including Dino Merlin, Aleksandra Radović, Dženan Lončarević, and others.
This life-size portrait of a girl is a fine example of the British art of portrait painting in the early 18th century. The child is shown posing on a terrace, which is enclosed at the right foreground by the plinth of a pillar; the background is mainly filled with trees and shrubs.
The Academy of Fine Arts in Sarajevo was founded in 1972 as the first Academy of Fine Arts in Bosnia and Herzegovina and became one of the forerunners in Bosnian contemporary art. Academy continued its operation throughout the war years (1992-1995) in besieged Sarajevo and participated in important international art projects.
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