The powerful sounds of Olen Çezari’s violin that has stunned thousands of art-lovers all over the world, electrified last night the Palace of Congresses in Tirana.
The known Albanian violin player, which has performed throughout the world making this sort of promenade part of his music and the ‘International Clandestine Orchestra’, brought a total of 40 songs to the Albanian music-lovers, through the sound of his violin.
The internationally known Albanian soprano Inva Mula was the evening’s guest start, performing some folkloristic areas accompanied by the sounds of violin. A number of international artists also performed as special guests in Çezari’s concert that lasted more than two hours.
This was one of the few events of this kind where the violin managed to become the epicenter of a grandiose musical spectacle. During his performance Çezari dwelt also on a specific historic episode of the World War 2, the Hebrews’ sheltering and protection by the Albanian citizens.
Olen Çezari’s and the International Clandestine Orchestra will perform for the pleasure of the Albanian music-lovers in a 2nd concert that will take place on Thursday evening at 19:00.