The choir has been around for the past ten years. Has the way it operates changed over the years?
Dragana and Nevena: At the beginning, the members of Skart would conceive projects and we had professional conductors and mainly classical instruments. A few years later, one of the singers became our first conductor and the orchestra, which is more like a punk-rock band than a classical orchestra, was established. After it split away from the Skart group, Horkestar consisted of the choir and the orchestra and, since then, we have used our own resources and creativity for new songs, new arrangements, activities and performances.
Are there any modern composers in Serbia whom you consider to be interesting?
Dragana and Nevena: First of all, we would like to mention the Jarboli band, who have been with us on this journey for years now. There is also Luka Stanisavljević, a former member of Horkestar and the Cinc band, together with Marija Balubdžić, our former conductor. Besides, the former and current members of Horkestar are members of well known bands in Belgrade who have made a contribution to the development and existence of "underground" music in Serbia: Cinc, Krss, Endorfin, Ex-Missa, Oružjem Protiv Otmičara, GKT. We have also worked with Obojeni Program and Luna, whose songs we rearranged, as well as composers and/or songwriters such as Zoran Simjanović, Voki Kostić, Arsen Dedić, Marko Brecelj, Vuk Stambolović, Jovana Backović.
Which course is the choir going to set for itself for thefuture?
Dragana and Nevena: We have completed recordings for our new album which is soon to come out. We are also working on new songs, getting them ready for May next year  when the first Festival of Self-Organised Choirs in Serbia is to be held. Among others, Kombinat from Slovenia, Le Zbor from Croatia, and Raspevani Skopjani from the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia will be taking part in the festival. The location for the festival will be Dom Omladine Beograda, Kulturni Centar Rex and the streets of Belgrade. The fact that there are self-organised choirs in this part of the world speaks of the existence of a small, "alternative" and growing choral movement which -- and we have to be somewhat immodest here -- was initiated by Horkesskart in 2000.