May 13, 2014

Easter concert in Switzerland


Report: SFS Swiss /PHOTO GALLERY/
The Swiss branch of the Charity organization Serbs for Serbs in Zurich helped the Association of the Serbian students in Switzerland to organize the Easter charity concert, which took place at the premises of the Serbian cultural society in Duebendorf. The income in the amount of 2.835 CHF was raised for family Antic from Drenovac near Vranje, who lives in very difficult conditions.



The concert was attended by a large number of visitors, among whom the General Consul of Serbia in Zurich, Zoran Jeremic, the vice-President of the Diaspora Assembly, Zvonko Jovanovic, a famous activist, Milos Damjanac, and a lot of other guests.

After the Serbian anthem „God of Justice“, the student Bisera Tasic, who was one of the organizers of the charity evening, welcomed the guests. Milka Tadic, also a student, presented the student’s organization, whose aim is to preserve the Serbian tradition, culture and language. The organization turned to charity work, because of the responsibility of young people and the possibility to help. Charity organization SfS helped in organizing the concert, using its previous experience in those type of events.

Sisters Tasic and Zuric, and Marija Tomic were singing old Serbian songs. Luka Stamenkovic and Jelica Mijanovic were playing the guitars. Young Japanese student Jukiko Luginbul and a Bulgarian student Bojan Kolarov (on piano) played czardas. Jukiko said that she enjoys in friendship with Serbian students, so she decided to participate in the charity concert. She was thrilled by the song “Tamo daleko”, which was played at the end of the programme. All the participants and the audience were singing this song.

General Consul of the Republic of Serbia in Zurich, Zoran Jeremic, said that the Serbian consulate represents the corner of the homeland.

Maja Jovanovic, representative of the Charity organization SfS in Zurich presented the action of collecting the money for family Antic. SfS has raised over 460.000 EUR and helped a lot of families and children.  

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