Concert of Sacred Music of the Eastern Orthodox Church, Serbian Choir “Branko,” June 1-3

Concert of sacred music of the Eastern Orthodox Church
featuring Serbian Singing Society “BRANKO”  from the City of
Nis – Serbia one of the oldest church choirs in the whole Balkans
conducted by : Sara Cincarevic

With this American Midwest Tour Choir “BRANKO
is musicaly announcing a great Christian Jubilee
in 2013 – 1700 years from the Edict of Milan, issued by
St. Emperor Constantine, borne in the City of Nis


Wednesday May 26 – 7 pm.  Concert at St. Basil of Ostrog Church in Lake Forest, IL
Thursday May 27 – 7 pm.  Concert at St Mary’s Church in Whiting, IN
Friday May 28 – 7 pm. Concert at St. Nicholas Church in Indianapolis, IN
Saturday May 29 – 7 pm. Concert at Announciation Church in Homer Glen, IL
Sunday May 30 – 10 am. Divine Liturgy at St. George Church in Schererville, IN
Monday May 31 – 10 am. Divine Liturgy at New Gracanica Monastery in Third Lake, IL
3 pm. Concert at New Gracanica Monastery, Third Lake, IL on the occasion of Memorial Day
Tuesday June 1- 7 pm. Concert at St. Sava Cathedral in Milwaukee, WI
Wednesday June 2 – 7 pm. Concert at St. Athanasius Church in Evanston, IL
Thursday June 3 – 7 pm. Concert at St. Archangel Michael Church in Lansing, IL


“A Serbian Story,” Concert of Serbian dance, music, and song by 80 member Openlac, May 23

A Serbian Story
Concert of Serbian dance, music, and song by the 80 member SCA Oplenac of Toronto with guest soloists from the Serbian National Folk Ensemble “Kolo” of Belgrade, Serbia, May 23, 7pm, at the Harris Theater in Millennium Park

Come experience the most beautiful past, a present and future!

Travel through beautiful and inspirational moments while childhood memories of young Serbian bride, tales told, songs and dances from the past come alive on the stage! On this magical journey through tradition you will end up at the wedding and party afterwards in a big explosion of energy and emotions in the form of a dance!

An experience you will love, enjoy and remember!

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