Visit us at Serbia Pavilion during Travel and Connectivity Week at EXPO Dubai 2020 and experience a unique blend of traditional and modern performances.
Folk ensemble Saint George
Five dancing couples with a four-member orchestra will perform Kolo, Serbian national dance, inscribed on the UNESCO list of intangible heritage. They will also present traditional singing, teach visitors dance steps of Kolo, present decorative jewelry and elements of traditional costumes which visitors will be able to take pictures with.
Danijela is the first and only female leader of a Serbian brass band. She plays brass versions of traditional Serbian and foreign popular music.
Electric violinist & DJ duo Mina and Tijana
By combining live violin and DJ together they add an extra dimension to a blend of global music keeping the party atmosphere.
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Street art artist Quam
Quam will create his work of art in front of the Pavillion. Visitors can also assist the production process of an artwork and discover their hidden talents.
He will be making and playing Gusle, a musical instrument inscribed on the UNESCO list of intangible heritage, the flute, doubles, and ocarina.
Join us in front of the Pavilion at our arts & crafts point where you can learn to make a modeling clay souvenir, get your name written in the Cyrillic alphabet, and get familiar with the process of hand-made making of traditional music instruments.
Take a piece of Serbia with you! Try our photo, gif, and boomerang booth, every day inside the Pavilion.
On the second floor of the Pavilion, you can experience our country in VR. We’ll spice it up by adding the VR exhibition of street art in the VR space on the innovative VR ALL ART platform with over 40 art pieces.
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|Folk ensemble Saint George|
|Street art artist Quam|
|Electric violinist & DJ duo Mina and Tijana|
|Arts & Crafts Corner|