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Beer Fest Belgrade 2014, 13-17 August
Beer Fest Belgrade 2014
Il Divo
Il Divo
03/04/2014 - 05/04/2014
Resonate Fest 2014 Belgrade
Resonate 2014
26/12/2013 - 30/04/2014
Kotoko Exhibitions
Deep Purple
Deep Purple
05/03/2014 - 18/03/2014
Vision of the Future Belgrade
Vision of the Future BG
27/02/2014 - 02/03/2014
36th International Fair of Tourism
36th Fair of Tourism
24/02/2014 - 02/03/2014
Days of Indonesia in Belgrade
Days of Indonesia
Lord of Dance
Lord of Dance
21/01/2014 - 10/02/2014
Little Black Clouds
Little Black Clouds
Drummers Day 2014
Drummers Day 2014
Nordijska panorama
Nordic Panorama Fest
12/12 - 01/02
Marvellous Windows
Marvellous Windows
28/06/2013 - 07/07/2013
Belgrade Art Week
Belgrade Art Week
Whitesnake in Belgrade

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Ancient Belgrade

Romans in Belgrade Romans in Belgrade
Romans in Belgrade Romans in Belgrade

In 34-33BC the Roman army led by Silanus reached Belgrade. It became the romanized Singidunum in the 1st century AD, and by the mid-2nd century, the city was proclaimed a municipium by the Roman authorities, evolving into a full fledged colonia (highest city class) by the end of the century. Apart from the first Christian Emperor of Rome who was born on the territory in modern Serbia in Naissus – Constantine I known as Constantine the Great – another early Roman Emperor was born in Singidunum: Flavius Iovianus (Jovian), the restorer of Christianity. Jovian reestablished Christianity as the official religion of the Roman Empire, ending the brief revival of traditional Roman religions under his predecessor Julian the Apostate. In 395 AD, the site passed to the Eastern Roman or Byzantine Empire. Across the Sava from Singidunum was the Celtic city of Taurunum (Zemun); the two were connected with a bridge throughout Roman and Byzantine times.


IL DIVO, 24th September, Kombank Arena


At Kombank Arena they will held a concert on 24th of September and these will be a third performance of this popular quartet who are always very welcome in Serbia. The engagement supports the group’s sixth studio album “A Musical Affair.” It’s their first compilation of songs inspired by Broadway shows such as Phantom of the Opera,Carousel and West Side Story and features stellar duet partners Barbra Streisand, Kristin Chenoweth, Nicole Scherzinger, Heather Headley and Michael Ball. The limited engagement of live concerts in NYC marked the first time the four members sang together on the Broadway stage. The show intertwines the most famous songs from Broadway musicals with the individual theatrical experiences of Carlos, David, Urs and Sébastien. Tony and Grammy Award Winner Heather Headley was a featured guest for the entire run. The quartet members are no strangers to musical theatre; Carlos was cast as Marius in Les Misérables when the show first premiered in Spain in 1993, while David played Rodolfo in Broadway’s La Bohème in 2003, which subsequently garnered seven Tony nominations. The new show was developed by long-term IL DIVO collaborator and artistic director Brian Burke (La Reve and Celine Dion’s residency shows in Las Vegas, Elton John, Rod Stewart and The Killers). The album “A Musical Affair” showcases Il Divo’s signature romantic and emotional interpretation of heartfelt classics like “Some Enchanted Evening” (South Pacific), “Bring Him Home,” (Les Miserables), “Tonight,” (West Side Story), and more. Il Divo has also provided new arrangements for these much-loved songs, as well as invited familiar Broadway and pop artists to appear on certain tracks as their duet partners. These top musicians lend their talent in songs like “Music of the Night” (Phantom of the Opera) – LIVE duet with Barbra Streisand; “All I Ask Of You” (Phantom Of The Opera) – duet with Kristin Chenoweth; “Memory” (Cats) – duet with Nicole Scherzinger; and “Can You Feel The Love Tonight” (The Lion King) – duet with Heather Headley.

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