One of Belgrade's most famous musicians puts on a show at home.
Aca Lukas and his band in action. (Stefan Stojanovic pic)FMT in partnership with The Global Institute For Tomorrow (GIFT) brings you Covid-19 “healers” from Serbia.In the midst of Belgrade’s curfew to control the spread of Covid-19, one of the Balkan folk scene’s most famous musicians, Aleksandar Vuksanovic – better known by his stage name Aca Lukas – organised a “Concert for Neighbours”.
The neighbours thoroughly having a good time. (Stefan Stojanovic pic)He and his band played for about two hours on the terrace of his apartment. The neighbours looked out from their windows and balconies with wine and other drinks in hand, as if they were at a party, and sang along with each song.
A neighbour partying in the middle of the street. (Stefan Stojanovic pic)One neighbour even lit a flare in the middle of the deserted street outside the singer’s apartment.His performance was not for fame as many already know him. Rather, he performed from the soul, with little regard for material rewards. headtopics.com
Aca Lukas says the concert was one of the greatest things he has done in his career. (Stefan Stojanovic pic)Stefan Stojanovic, 34, is a photojournalist based in Belgrade, Serbia. He started working as a professional photographer in 2010. Since 2014, he has been working for online news media portal “Mondo”. He is an active member of the NGO “Serbia on the move” since its founding in 2009. View his profile
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