Let's dance

It is really hot on the dance floor in February 2018

Thursday 1st of February 2018

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Music and dance rhythms of the seventies and eighties of the last century on Salsadrom in the disco atmosphere of the famous film "Saturday Night Fever". Ritmos GZN plus Dorcol Platz equals a great party on Friday, 2nd February from 21:30 - Dorcol Salsadrom. Dancing is planned for a large dance floor to salsa, bachata, kizomba, son, rumba and mix of individual choreography. Latino and Caribbean rhythms in disco manner are presented by DJ Monte Son and DJ Muki - Sólo la mejor música Cubana. Ritmosova Grupa Za Nastupe reserves all rights and obligations to surprise and delight you.

February Latin mania continues with Tango weekend at several locations in the city. Tango and milonga dance couples from Serbia, the region and Europe, in addition to performing, are also keen to learn you tango and milonga dance moves in day and night variants. The event starts on Friday, 2nd February from 21:30 in Teatar 78. The local DJs and guests from the region will provide an adequate basis for dance gathering with their music.

For those who prefer to watch and listen, we recommend "dance concerts". Boris Kovac and New Ritual Quartet perform at SKC on 2nd February at 20:30. The concert will present the album "Music for Dance And..." as well as other author works written by Kovac in the last twenty-five years for various orchestras, films, theater performances, dance ensembles. The concert is dedicated to dance and dance art, and tango is the passion of this composer and musician. The guests of the concert are dancers Mirjana Savic and Tango Ensemble of Misa Plavsic.

Tango Ensemble Libercuatro will hold a concert in the grand hall of the Ilija M. Kolarac Endowment on 4th February at 11:00. The tango classics of Fresedo, Troilo, Cobián, Canaro, Villoldo, Rodriguez and Piazzolla will take you to an emotional journey across South America in search of forgotten dreams and emotions. Traditional tango, tango nuevo, jazz tango and tango fusion are variations on the theme of indigenous sound and tango philosophy. Libercuatro consists of Ksenija Ristic - piano, Branislava Podrumac, Natasa Radovanovic - vocals, Martina Dimic Radovanovic - violin and Damir Odobasic - accordion. The ensemble holds regular concert activity in Belgrade and cultural centers in Serbia and the region. The designer, author of musical arrangements and artistic director of the Tango Ensemble Libercuatro is the pianist, Ksenija Ristic. Let the beautiful tradition of going to Matinee Concerts be your practice again and welcome to Kolarac.