In spring 2010, some of Southeast Europe's most acclaimed artists and best-kept secrets presented the culture of their region through an exciting programme of live events in eight EU cities, allowing the local audiences to see, hear, taste and feel Southeast Europe.
In this gallery you can see some of the highlights of these events. We hope you enjoy!
Djane “La Lou” plays Balkan Beats in Passau, Germany
Led by a father and son, Boban and Marko Marković Orchestra is the leading brass band orchestra to emerge from the Balkans. Here they perform in Nuremberg, Germany
Kujtim Çashku is one of Albania's most famous film directors. In March 2010 he presented his film “Magic Eye“ in Nuremberg, Germany
Toni Kitanovski (right) and the Cherkezi Orchestra from the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia blending Balkan Brass Band, jazz and traditional Roma tunes in Linz
Writers Edo Popović from Croatia (left), Lidija Dimkovska from the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (centre left) and Andrej Nikolaidis from Montenegro (centre right) discussing Balkan literature in Salzburg, Austria
Albanian author Fatos Kongoli discussing his work at an event in Linz, Austria