On 19 May 2018, Mixed choir Davorin Jenko from Banjaluka, travelled for a return visit to Postojna, or more precisely to Knežak, 20 kilometres from Postojna.
Mixed choir Tabor Kalc 1869 were our guests on 27 April, when a joint performance was organised in the Youth Centre.
Knežak is located in limestone area of Slovenia, abundant in greenery, forests and pastures, with some rocks and stones, and therefore named Kras /limestone area/.
Having been accommodated in a student dormitory and visited Postojna, performance was organised in Elementary School of “Tone Tomšič” in Knežak.
Mixed choir Davorin Jenko presented themselves with five songs, Slovenian, old-city and one in Serbian “Ne luduj Lelo”. This was followed by performance of vocal group Goldinar Postojna, Comodo and mixed choir Tabor Kalc 1869. After the official performance the participants socialised on the premises of the school.
On the following day a visit to a castle in Prem was organised where guests had the opportunity to make beautiful photographs on its premises and in the yard of this particularly preserved old city.