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“ROCK SYMPHONY” united the audience from all generations

17.08.2017

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A big rock concert took place last night within the framework of the Ohrid Summer Festival. Space at “Dolni Saraj” was too small to accommodate the large audience who enjoyed the project “Rock Symphonies” the Chamber Orchestra of Bitola and virtuoso guitarist Vlatko Stefanovski and soloists Mihajlo Trajkovski-Sack Zarko Jakimovski and Bobby Mojsovski.


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– I am very pleased to be part of this project. They invited me to participate with these young people. I believe this is just the beginning of a collaboration that might take because najvistina are very skilled, very prepared, very talented, and trumpets, and the rhythm section and especially singers who are really fantastic. The material is Rock and Roll, Rock & Roll literature and Rock and Roll literature that is well known to all so we really enjoyed it, says Macedonian guitarist with world reputation, Vlatko Stefanovski.
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Pleasure to tactics of “Ohrid Summer” according Stefanovski is paramount, because as he added, this event enriches the cultural offer of the city in summer.

– I have great respect for the Ohrid Summer Festival “which takes sixty years and strives to enrich the cultural offer in Ohrid. Without “Ohrid Summer” I do not know how Ohrid would look like in the summer. We know what tourism is, but this is something else. I was pleased to be part of this great event, says Vlatko Stefanovski.

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Ohrid’s Bobby Mojsovski who successfully builds his musical career believes that the performance of “Ohrid Summer” is a great experience.

– Beautiful experience. I’m not the first such concert. Before I had my two concerts in Minsk, Belarus, where he also performed with the orchestra, but my first collaboration with the Chamber Orchestra of Bitola and I am glad that I shared the stage with Vlatko Stefanovski said Mojsovski.
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“ROCK SYMPHONY” united the audience from all generations that enjoyed the famous rock songs.
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