Boston College will host two musical events this month commemorating the people of the former Yugoslavia.
Tomorrow, March 17, the University will sponsor a concert featuring the world premiere of "Pictures for an Exhibition" by Vuk Kulenovic, a native of Yugoslavia now teaching at Berklee College of Music. Kulenovic composed music for the documentary "Prelude to Kosovo: War and Peace in Bosnia and Croatia." The concert, which will be held at 7:30 p.m. in the Lower Campus Dining Hall Heights Room, will formally open an exhibition of abstract paintings by Watertown artist Varteni that will be on display at BC until April 14.
On Friday, March 31, the interfaith choral group Pontanima Choir of Sarajevo will perform at 7:30 p.m. in St. Mary's Chapel. The choir was founded in 1996 as a project of Face to Face Interreligious Service, with additional support by Bosnian Franciscans from a Sarajevo mon a st e ry. The group, whose appearance is being sponsored by Boston College and the Boston Theological Institute, performs Western Christian music as well as Jewish, Orthodox, Muslim and Far East religious songs.
For information on these events, call Prof. John Michalczyk (Fine Arts) at ext.2-4295.
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