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Protagonists > Danijel Čondrić

Monday, 1 september 2014

Divanhana in concert

MusicDUE TO BAD WEATHER - Sala Grande of the Teatro delle Muse

Bosnia and Herzegovina - Sevdalinke between jazz and tradition (festival exclusive)

Bosnia and Herzegovina - Sevdalinke between jazz and tradition (festival exclusive)

Leila Ćatić - voice
Neven Tunjić - piano
Nedžad Mušović - accordion
Meho Radoović - clarinet
Azur Imamović - bass
Rifet Čamdžić - drum
Danijel Čondrić - guitar
Irfan Tahirović - percussions
Borjan Milošević - sound effects

The Divanhana comes from Sarajevo, an historical melting pot between East and West, to propose vivacious arrangements of traditional music of Bosnia and Erzegovina. Their music puts a particular emphasis on the sound of the sevdalinka, the traditional musical instrument to express love and distance, passion and joy, dated back to the Ottoman Empire. The band was born in 2009 from a group of students of the music academy of Sarajevo, who, using their respective experiences and sensitiveness, decided to combine elements of the sephardic and eastern music with a pronounced sensitiveness for jazz. Their music flows with the clear voice of the singer Leila Ćatić, that leads the emotions of the listeners in a rich path of joy and melancholy. The group has just participated into a festival in Greece and Portugal and has just finished a tour through the whole Europe.


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