Natasa Djakovic, 21, a Bosnian Serb from Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina, who research in Novi Unhappy, Serbia, agrees.
It’s the first time Djakovic has joined the orchestra “by chance”, as she places it, as a result of her professor had urged she be part of on the final minute after one other participant had a schedule conflict.
“It has been nice,” she says, including that she is bettering her abilities in addition to assembly new folks. “There have been no unfavourable reactions and the aim of that is to unite all of us and it shouldn’t be an issue, quite the opposite. If any of us goes wherever overseas and performs in an orchestra, we should play with folks from everywhere in the world,” Djakovic says.
Whereas the interplay inside the members of the orchestra goes as easily because the sounds from their strings, they haven’t been spared regional politics.
The gamers from Kosovo will be unable to affix the live performance in Mostar as they haven’t been granted a visa by Bosnia, which doesn’t acknowledge Kosovo’s independence.
“The visa for Bosnia has not been granted,” conductor Sulejmani informed BIRN, blaming “bureaucratic points”.
After receiving a unfavourable response from Bosnia, the musicians from Kosovo additionally worry they may not be capable of get to Germany, however Sulejmani is for certain that the visa for the tour “in Germany is indeniable”.