Quartet on the big stage of KIC Budo Tomović

Famous vocal artist and singer-songwriter Tamara Jokić will perform for the premiere with her quartet on May 30, in front of the Podgorica audience, on the big stage of KIC. The quartet consists of Dušan Popović Lipovac (guitar), Goran Savić (percussion) and Miloš Bosnić (bass guitar). A native of Valjevo, Tamara Jokić showed an interest in music, especially fado, from childhood. She graduated in Spanish and Portuguese at the Faculty of Philology in Belgrade, after which she received a scholarship and obtained a degree from the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston. His musical path took him to New York, where he currently lives and creates. In her repertoire, Tamara delicately combines Mediterranean and Balkan melodies, creating unique interpretations. Her commitment to Mediterranean culture and music has led to collaborations with a number of eminent musicians and producers, including Javier Limón, Mariza, Diogo Clemente, Amira Medunjanin, Bojan Zulfikarapšić, Israel Suarez Piranha, Paul Winter, Jamie Haddad and others. In addition to vocal performance, Tamara is also engaged in musical research of various cultures and geographical areas. From Spain and Portugal, North Africa, the Balkans and the Middle East, she comes up with her own expression that includes the musical heritage of all these cultures, for which she received an award from the Institute for Mediterranean Music of Boston College. Tamara’s international music career gained momentum in recent years thanks to concerts in Spain and Belgrade, and she also performed in one of the most prestigious concert halls in the world – Carnegie Hall in New York. Confirmation of success and an important milestone in her career is the contract with the Portuguese branch of Sony Music Entertainment and her debut album “Transiberica” ​​(2022), released under the auspices of the famous Spanish producer and guitarist Javier Limon and the famous composer Diogo Clemente from Portugal. In addition to nurturing traditional musical forms, Tamara also writes her own music, which she colors with Spanish and Mediterranean sentiment, in a contemporary musical context. Tickets for the concert cost 7 euros and can be purchased on weekdays at the KIC box office (9am-8pm), and the reservation number is 020 664 237. Welcome!

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