North Macedonia’s President Stevo Pendarovski made a speech at the opening ceremony of the 63rd International Festival “Summer of Ohrid”, which is traditionally held under the auspices of the presidency.
At the opening ceremony, the artistic message was given by Besera Shadlowska, the first female conductor of the National Opera and Ballet, which recently celebrated the twentieth anniversary of its artistic activity. He is considered one of the most prolific opera and ballet conductors under his direction with the National Opera and Ballet Company and several opera and ballet productions.
Culture Minister Becera Kostadynowska-Stoichevska also made a speech at the opening of the festival.
The annual Ohrid Summer Festival opened with a performance by Romanian soprano Angela Georgiou with the National Opera and Ballet Orchestra.
Noting that there is nothing more important than continuity in building the nation’s institutional memory, Pendarovski said, “The Ohrid Summer Festival is a model of such continuity, which has left deep traces in the international exchange of cultural and artistic values. Through the company’s capital that spans over over sixty-three years carefully archived and developed. Use his statements.
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