Poliphony – Albania’s Forgotten Voices

Two shepherds in the Albanian mountains, Arif, a Muslim, and Anastas, an Orthodox Christian, have been friends for years in spite of religious barriers. Their profound friendship is constantly strengthened by a local musical tradition, the polyphony. In 2005 this vocal tradition was declared UNESCO-World Heritage. The film gives an example of how music – even in the Balkans – can build bridges between people and religions.

19.08 | 20.00-21.30 |Workshops of Culture, Grodzka 5a, 2nd floor – auditorium,

*English available*