The Belgrade Tourist organisation is announcing a rich summer cultural programme, with a big concert of 'Whistle at 8' starting at 8 PM on the Republic square, on 8th June 2018. It will be performed by the Orchestra for emergency mood improvement.
The people of Belgrade and their guests, who decide to spend the evening of June 8th on the Republic square, will enjoy a real musical time lapse. There will be compositions that used to add colour to the life of everyone in Belgrade once upon a time, such as the music of Predrag Ivanović, Đorđe Marjanović, including Duško Jakšić and Lola Novaković, to Boba Stefanović. Visitors will be reminded of the famous soundtracks from domestic films and performances, they will hum songs by acoustic artists from the eighties, or even dance to modern rock and pop hits.
The Orchestra for emergency mood improvement, a group of top notch Belgrade musicians, will perform compositions chosen from nine thematic programmes envisaged by Zoran Brankovic, especially for this occasion. They will continue to perform during July and August, each Friday and Saturday, at Kosančićev Venac and the Flower Square, organised by the Tourist Organisation of Belgrade.
The following people make up the The Orchestra for emergency mood improvement: Vesna Dimić, vocalist, Biljana Petković, vocalist, Dejan Vozlić, vocalist, Ljuba Paunić, saxophone, Ratko Ljubičić, percussions, Boris Lemajić, bass guitar, Relja Trudić, guitar and Zoran Branković, guitar and vocals.