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  14.07.2017, 07:15h

The Sounds of the River - Kolo

The concert entitled I would travel there, by the Kolo singing ensemble from Šibenik, was held on Monday, 17 July 2017 at 9 pm in Drniš at Skalice (first staircase, near Poljana).

The Kolo singing ensemble from Šibenik is one of the oldest culture and art societies in Croatia, founded in 1899. It is among the finest amateur choir groups, and relies on the wealth of Sibenik's singing tradition.

The concert entitled I would travel there had two parts. The first included traditional and newer Dalmatian song, while in the second part, visitors were able to hear popular melodies in completely new arrangements for large choirs.

The Kolo singing ensemble was directed by Professor Ivo Lisa, and accompanied on piano by Gordana Pavić. Guest performances were given by Tea Slavica (soprano) accompanied by Mate Skračić (guitar).

The event Zvuci Krke – The Sounds of the River is again this year committed to transmitting an ecological message, as music with a message. Prior to each concert, visitors can view a series of exhibits, participate in workshops or ecological campaigns. Visitors of the concert by the Kolo singing ensemble from Šibenik on Friday were able to view the exhibit A minute of silence by Zoran Marinović at the branch office of the Public Institute of Krka National Park in Drniš. This exhibit, with its symbolic name, was prepared by world renowned documentary photographer and filmmaker, and was supported by National Geographic Croatia, with the aim of raising public awareness of the need to care for planet Earth and to conserve all life.


The schedule for the remaining concerts in this series is as follows:

23 July, Sunday, 8:00 pm, Roški slap, Gabi and Matija Dedić

27 July, Thursday, 8:00 pm, Visovac, Nera Gojanović Kljajić and Krešimir Stražanac

17 August, Thursday, 8:00 pm, Roški slap, Hothouse Flowers

24 August, Thursday, 8:00 pm, Roški slap, Davor Radolfi