Sanja Stefanovic in China


 Sanja Stefanovic, our Head of Music, became a visiting professor and a foreign expert for piano at the Music Departament of HNUST (Hunan University of Science and Technology) from the 23rd February 2014. She will hold this post for one year.  She has 15 students and teaches Bachelor and Master Programmes. Pro Art & Co …

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Sanja masterclass 1-1

HUNAN UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, CHINA and PRO ART & CO, LONDON, UK PRESENT Masterclass Masterclass: Concert Hall Xiangtan, China SATURDAY, 8 APRIL 2014 – 2:00 PM MAP SHARE Sanja Stefanovic, Piano will give the 3d public Masterclass at the HNUSt. This time, she will work on Franz Schubert Sonata op.120 and Ludwig van Beethoven …

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Madam Atatürk

Madam Atatürk by İpek Çalışlar Translation Feyza Howell PRO ART CLUB PRESENTS FEYZA HOWELL Talking specially to our Club about the book she translated on this remarkable woman who helped to change the history of Turkey and influence emancipation of women Friday 14th March 6 for 6.30 pm at JESSICAʼS SALON DES ARTS 64 Ashley …

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Sanat press

 PARLIAMENT WEEK 2013 – WOMEN IN DEMOCRACY MUSIC FROM THE HEART  ST JOHN’S NOTTING HILL, LANSDOWNE CRESCENT, LONDON W11 2NN  Saturday, 16th  November 2013 at 7.30 pm Plase find some photographs on our photographer’s website  Tickets: £10    Concessions: £6 Women in Democracy is this year’s theme of Parliament Week. It is celebrating women’s representation …

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Talks at the Royal Geographical Society

Stefan Prvovencani

PRO ART & Co presents Two special talks about Serbia at The Royal Geographical Society Kensington Gore London SW7 2AR (Exhibition Road entrance) Thursday, 31st October 2013 at 6.00 pm The Golden Age of Serbia: Faultline or Confluence The Rev’d Canon Dr William Taylor WilliamTaylor is Vicar of the St John’s Notting Hill Parish and …

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Talks at the Royal Geographical Society


PRO ART & Co presents Two special talks about Serbia at The Royal Geographical Society Kensington Gore, London SW7 2AR (Exhibition Road entrance) Tuesday, 29th October 2013 at 6.30 pm Serbia: Its Balkan Legacy and European Identity Dr David Norris Head of Department in Russian and Slavonic Studies, Faculty of Arts – University of Nottingham “My …

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BISER (Pearl) concert – Beautiful Inspiring Serbian Ethno Romances


Friday, 25 October 2013  at 7.30 pm The University Women’s Club, 2 Audley Square, W1K 1DB Please find some photographs on our photographers website This  is rarely performed classical concert by the Serbian Romantic composers from the 19th and early 20th c. based on Romantic poetry from Serbia, Spain & France. Tickets, including drink: …

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Paprika is an importnant national product

22 October  -  2 November 2013 Opening time: 10am -5pm   Saturday 2 November   11am – 4pm Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, London SW7 2AR Please find some more photographs on our photographer’s website Entrance: Free Dragoljub Zamurović (1947) is an internationally acclaimed photographer. He is taking pictures of Serbia and the surrounding Balkan’s landscape from the air. …

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Performing Seven Ages of Man with people suffering from stroke

Storke Association 1

Invitation to support People with Disabilities  Performance at the Chelsea World’s End Theatre, Sunday, 28 July @ 7 pm Pro Art worked with a group of people from the Stroke Association from North Kensington preparing them for the performance “Seven Ages of Man” by Shakespeare, organised by the Capable Communities organisation from RBKC. In essence this …

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Pro Art Club visit to Umbria and Tuscany


Castiglione del Lago has evolved on what used to be the fourth island on Trasimeno lake, in its south west region. Over the centuries it developed new piazze, houses, churches and other buildings.  The old part of the city, centro storico(historical center) of Castiglione del Lago is a well preserved medieval locality. In the town walls there …

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