Newsletter 11/2011 - Cultural events in South East Europe

14.04.2011 - 16.04.2011

Balkan Modus Nutriendi Fair, Tirana, Albania

Balkan Modus Nutriendi is the first specialized fair in one of the vital sectors of Albanian economy - agro-alimentary sector. The event will offer a platform for producers, farmers, agents or products distributors to meet and exchange their ideas and experiences at Palace of Congresses and International Centre of Culture. More information available HERE 

14.04.2011 - 17.04.2011

Rokolektiv Music Festival, Bucharest, Romania

The 6th edition of Rokolectiv festival for electronic music and related arts is set to take place at Bucharest’s Museum of Contemporary Arts, with concerts, performances, installations and film screenings. More information available HERE

15.04.2011 - 25.05.2011

International book, teaching materials and graphical industry fairs; Banja Luka, Sarajevo, Bijeljina, Tuzla; Bosnia and Herzegovina

Spring fairs exhibiting books, publications, teaching materials and tools and graphics equipment start in April and last for over a month in several towns in the country. More information available HERE 

15.04.2011 - 20.04.2011

International Film Festival, Skoplje, The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

The Skopje Film Festival was founded in 1998. The characteristic of the Festival is that it goes beyond the conventional presentation of the reality and tends to present new visions of the film directors. More information available HERE

15.04.2011 - 24.04.2011

17th Exodos - International Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts, Ljubljana, Slovenia

The 17th Exodos festival builds on the idea that multidisciplinary artists should be presented as thoroughly as possible. This year the festival presents Jan Fabre, visual artist, director, actor, writer, etc. More information available HERE

16.04.2011 - 30.04.2011

April Theatre Festival - HAPS, Herceg Novi, Montenegro

Every April since 1996 Theatre Festival (HAPS) has been held in the "town of mimosa". The festival is organized by the Herceg Novi Theatre. More information available HERE

18.04.2011 - 25.04.2011

International Karsiyaka Children Festival, Izmir, Turkey

Since 1929, 23 April has been celebrated as the Children Festival in Turkey. In 1979 the festival hosted children from other countries thus gaining international status. More information available HERE

25.04.2011 - 02.05.2011

Montenegro Dance festival; Kotor, Tivat; Montenegro

Participants of this international festival compete and show their skills in different kind of dances: ballet or classic dance, hip-hop, folk or traditional dance, latino, jazz ballet, ballroom dancing, contemporary dance, tap dance and all other forms of dancing. More information available HERE

27.04.2011 - 15.05.2011

Kifissia Flower Show, Athens, Greece

The Kifissia Flower Show in northern Athens is the biggest and the longest-running flower show out of many flower shows that are organized all over Greece in spring time. The show houses over 50 different species of flowers. More information available HERE

28.04.2011 - 02.05.2011

Turkish Delight Festival, Istanbul, Turkey

Turkish Delight Festival is a competitive annual, international dance festival. The idea of the festival is to preserve and promote belly dancing tradition. More information available HERE

01.05.2011 - 30.05.2011

REmusica Festival, Pristina

Every year Pristina hosts Remusica, International festival of contemporary productions of classical music, which features some of the country's best composers and musicians. More information available HERE

01.05.2011 - 31.05.2011

May Opera Evenings, Skopje, The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

The May Opera Evenings have been one of the most visited events in Skopje. The programme consists of opera and ballet performances and concerts. This year’s manifestation will include tours of renowned opera names from the country and abroad.  More information available HERE

01.05.2011 - 30.04.2011

ReMusica international music festival, Pristina

ReMusica is an international festival of contemporary productions of classical music. The main aim of the Festival is to promote contemporary music through different style trends and tendencies of the 20th century up to the present day. More information available HERE

03.05.2011 - 08.05.2011

18th International Small Scene Festival, Rijeka, Croatia

The International Small Scene Festival (MFMS) was established in 1994 as a national festival, and in 1999 it gained international status by hosting international theatre artists. The festival promotes modern theatre expression common for small scenes and based on a direct contact between performers and audience. More information available HERE

07.05.2011 - 13.05.2011

Bucharest international Jazz Competition, Bucharest, Romania

Bucharest International Jazz Competition presents jazz bands and vocalists with mission to contribute to the acknowledgement of the Romanian and international jazz values. The competitive part of the festival is followed by jam sessions and workshops. More information available HERE

07.05.2011 - 13.05.2011

Europafest Music festival, Bucharest, Romania

18th edition of Europafest 2011 will revive the Romanian capital’s musical stage, gathering over 300 jazz, blues, pop and classical musicians from all around the world. More information available HERE

07.05.2011 - 14.05.2011

Druga Godba Music Festival, Ljubljana, Slovenia

Druga Godba is an event during which Ljubljana hosts leading artists from different backgrounds and musical traditions, who draw inspiration from different traditional folk music and are committed to creative musical exploration. More information available HERE

08.05.2011 - 12.05.2011

The Kino Otok – Izola Cinema International Festival, Izola, Slovenia

The international film festival Izola cinema is a festival of African, Asian, Latin American and Eastern European cinematography that was established in 2004. Izola cinema was conceived as a lively gathering of creators and visitors of the film art. More information available HERE

11.05.2011 - 27.05.2011

Athens Book Festival, Athens, Greece

Every May the heart of Athens's historical centre is overwhelmed with books, publishers and book lovers. Over 300 stalls line the Dionysiou Areopagitou pedestrian walkway on the foothills of The Acropolis. More information available HERE


Night of Museums, Serbia

Eighth year in row museums in almost 60 towns throughout Serbia will be open for visitors for night sightseeing, from 18.00 – 02.00. More information available HERE