Category Archives: Serbian History

“The Christian Heritage of Kosovo and Metohija”

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A lecture by His Grace Bishop MAXIM, Western American Diocese of the Serbian Orthodox Church in North and South America. A lecture will be held on Thursday, June 11, 2015 at 7:00 pm in the Cathedral of Learning at the University of Pittsburgh.

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MuzikaPaloozika III Premium Entertainment Event

vranjeThe Friends of the Tamburitzans will be hosting their third annual “Muzikapaloozika!” This event will be a fun filled night of great music. Come early, stay late! Featuring Tiho’s kitchen and the best cevapi on the South Side! Spend the evening dancing and singing with The Duquesne University Tamburtizans and their FRIENDS! Proceeds of the event will benefit current tamburitzans directly by helping to defray their educational expenses.

9:30 – 10:05 pm   Doki, Dan & Prsta

10:10 – 10:45 pm  Vatra

10:50 – 11:25 pm  Forte

11:30 p.m. – 12:05 am   Domacini

12:10 – 12:45 am  Duquesne Tammie Combo

12:50 – 1:30 am Pobeda

 Good Music and Good Times

ASC ” Golden Premier Event ” with performance by ” FORTE “

forte logoWe are looking forward to our premier gig on Friday September 20, 2013 at 9PM. We have arrived at a final name:

Band Name: “FORTE” It’s a play on the dual meaning of the word. Of course it’s a musical term meaning loud or strong, but it’s also a term that means skill or talent as in “world music is our forte”. We wanted something recognizable and unique.

Members:

Frank Bozicevic: Accordion & Keyboard

Andy Bronkaj: Violin

Mark Poloka: Clarinet, Frula, Flute/Recorder

Paul Hladio: Bass

Bob Vukic: Bugarija & Guitar

 Repertoire

o Core will be Eastern European music.

o Refreshed with a plethora of new songs as well as fresh takes on favorites.

o Expand to include other ethnic groups/genres such as Ukrainian, Greek, Italian, Gypsy, Polka, etc as well as an infusion of Continental and selected Pop songs.

We plan to consistently introduce a few new tunes, execute some old favorites with a fresh twist and of course play kolos and dance music to meet the needs of the crowd. We want to be a band that fully engages with the crowd and delights them in a new way.

On behalf of the members of our group, we are appreciative of the support shown by the leadership at the club for this “first gig” opportunity. We expect to have a nice crowd and will of course effort to have friends, family and interested parties show up in strong numbers.

Thanks to all. See you on Friday 9/20 at the American Serbian Club of Pittsburgh

Regards,
Bob Vukic

“DJ JEDO” The day after LifeLine Radio Show

DJ EDO announces retirement from Radio Show
DJ EDO announces retirement from Radio Show

Catch up on the LifeLine Event. Hear about upcoming events and entertainment in our community and the American Serbian Club. Say it ain’t so DJ JEDO, who announced his retirement from the Serbian Sounds of Music Radio Show.

Send DJ EDO a note saying ” Heck no you can’t go” send to dushie1@verizon.net

This Saturday March 9th Extend a LIFELINE

The featured accordionists and musicians will be playing their hearts out for you and more importantly in support of “Lifeline”, HRH Crown Princess Katherine’s principal charity. Lifeline began its humanitarian work in 1993 to respond to the tragedies faced by our Serbian orphans, refugees and the disabled during the decade-long struggles in Serbia.

So Why Attend ?

Support the cause

Enjoy the music

Enjoy the Spirits – Enjoy your bartenders

Have fun with your friends

and did I say support a great cause !!!!!