The fourth edition of the Arts and Architecture Festival at AAB College is officially open

26 May 2023
The fourth edition of the Festival of Arts and Architecture at AAB College is officially opened

The fourth edition of the “Prishtina Arts and Architecture Festival 2023” was opened with a ceremony full of artistic sequences and excellent performances by students. The special feature of this festival will be a fashion show, artistic colony, workshops, exhibitions and numerous activities within the organization.

In the opening speech of the festival, the vice-rector of AAB College, Shemsedin Vehapi, said that he thanks all the organizers who are strengthening the institution’s mission and putting the student at the center. He added that organizing a festival of such proportions is the best way to present the efforts of the entire staff.

Even the dean of the Faculty of Arts of AAB College Fitim Aliu said that this festival is already a tradition that promotes the work and experience of students from this faculty during a year. Aliu said that during the days of the festival there will be workshops, exhibitions, artistic colonies and finally a fashion show, while he also mentioned the development of the National Conference of Architecture – Archikomb at the same time which will elaborate on the topic “Architect and Architecture in the context of time”.

During the opening of the festival, there were numerous artistic points, starting with a contemporary dance performed by the Choreography students, while later they also performed a French Cabaret. To continue with the Musicology students with the works: Solo song “Lule bore” by Elza Selmanaj, solo duet with guitar “Kur e përcolla ylberin” by Ermal Demiri and Riad Ramadani and solo instrumental duet “Një lule” performed by Lejla Dema and Astrit Stafaj.

Under the supervision and direction of Professor Memli Kelmendi, the choir of the Faculty of Musicology presented three choral works as follows: “Erdh misiti” by the composer Fahri Beqiri; “Zare vema fesin” by the composer Konstantin Trako; “Mirëmrama” by the composer Lorenc Antoni.