Igor Vincetic

20. March

21:30 / Kolarac Foundation Hall

Igor Vincetic

Serbia / concert

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Igor Vincetic plays calabash, talking drum, djembe, congas, balaphone and kalimba.

On the Kemo Soundioulou Cissoco’s proposal, in 2007 he went to Senegal for the first time, where in an authentic environment of Cissoko music family, he perfected his skills of playing djembe and talking drum. In the next few years, on several occasions he visited Senegal, Benin and Nigeria, where he learned and played with the percussion masters of the West Africa.

At the invitation of Femi Kuti, during the festival Felebration in 2010 he performed at the legendary club The Shrine in Lagos with Femi Kuti & The Positive Force. Except in Africa, he also performed in Europe with some of the biggest stars of world music such as Cheick Tidiane Seck, Fatoumata Diawara, Tony Allen, Archie Shepp, Keziah Jones and Femi Kuti. In 2011 he continued to follow his musical passion, so while staying for two months in Cuba he was playing with the famous folk dance ensemble Ban-Rarra from Havana whose Artistic Director is renowned Cuban choreographer Isaias Rojas Ramirez.

At the Exit festival 2011 in Serbia he had a remarkable performance with Femi Kuti and his band The Possitive Force. At the latests 27th Belgrade Jazz Festival he appeared as a guest at the concert of the famous Senegalese musician Cheikh Lo.

In December 2011 he released his first singl and video for the song Thank you Femi, which he composed and dedicated to his major role model and friend Femi Kuti, who is a famous Nigerian afrobeat musician. He releaced this track as a composer, arranger and author of the text.



Giorgos Georgopoulos & Dimitris Lapas

  • Libertango (Astor Piazzolla)
  • Petar Ralchev waltz (Petar Ralchev)
  • Krivo Sadovsko Horo (bulgarian folk song)
  • Hora in Dm (Panagiotis Stergiou)
  • Kapia mana anastenazei (Vasilis Tsitsanis)
  • Zeimbekiko in G (Haris Lemonopoulos)
  • Hartaetoi (Mikis Theodorakis)


Amira Medunjanin & Boško Jović - Tradicionalne narodne pesme

  • Kradem ti se u večeri
  • Stade se cvijeće rosom kititi
  • Kiša pada trava raste
  • Ajde Jano
  • Sejdefu majka buđaše
  • Ah što ćemo ljubav kriti


Kemo Sundiulu Sisoko & Igor Vincetić

  • Aissata Bale
  • Ikana Fo
  • Wandiya Mandi
  • Nansara Dunya
  • Ami
  • Simbo
  • Lumbenala
  • Mariamba