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The Macedonian-Croatian Association invites you to a Concert of Traditional Macedonian Music

posted Jun 9, 2014, 12:56 PM by David Nash-Mendez

The Macedonian-Croatian Association of Tetovo invites you to join with us in celebrating the 20th Anniversary celebration of the Croatian-Macedonian Association of Zagreb with a concert of traditional Macedonian music as performed by the Folk Group "Ezerki & 7/8". The concert will be held at the Museum of the Macedonian Struggle in Skopje on June 11th at 7 PM.

The band features a disparate mix of generations, the authentic sound of old Macedonian instruments, recognizably unpaired rhythms, and the delightful enjoyment of common musicianship. "Ezerki & 7/8" was formed in 1995 by Lena Djapic with the goal of studiosly exploring Macedonia's rich musical heritage. 

Cocktail refreshments will be served proceeding the concert. We hope to see you there.

MHD Tetovo At Post-Easter Concert at Skopje's Sacred Heart Catholic Cathedral

posted May 21, 2014, 3:15 AM by Makedonsko Hrvatsko Druzhtvo   [ updated May 21, 2014, 3:18 AM ]

The Macedonian Croatian Association of Tetovo attended at the invitation of the Croatian Embassy a post-Easter concert of classical music  held  at the Catholic Church in the Macedonian capital on April 24th, 2014Ivo Majer, countertenor; Gonca Bogoromova, soprano; and Milica Skaric on piano performed at the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart of Jesus in Skopje. The concert was organized by the Croatian Ambassador to Macedonia, Zlatko Kramaric, and the Bishop of Skopje, Mons. Kiro Stojanov, with the kind support of the German Ambassador, Gudrun Elisabeth Steinacker.

Post-Easter Concert


Makedonsko Hrvatsko Druzhtvo helps in Kamenjane Recycling Project

posted May 12, 2014, 9:44 AM by Makedonsko Hrvatsko Druzhtvo   [ updated May 19, 2014, 11:31 AM ]


The Macedonian Croatian Association helped the children of Sabedin Bajrami primary school in the nearby village of Kamenjane with a plastic bottle recycling project started by Peace Corps Volunteer Jordan Lucas. Children brought in recycled bottles from their homes and neighborhoods for recycling and raised 800 Denars within a very short time. Members of the Macedonian Croatian Association and their Peace Corps Volunteer, David Nash-Mendez, helped crush the bottles, bag them, and deliver to a nearby recycling

Kamenjane Bottle Project

facility. 

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