Famous Kazakh artist Dimash Qudaibergen became the winner of the Karic Foundation Award for outstanding achievements in the field of culture and creativity. The award ceremony was held at the National Theater of the Serbian capital, DKNews.kz reports.
According to the Executive Board of the Foundation, the awarding of the world-famous singer is not only a tribute to his outstanding talent, but also a step to strengthen cooperation between the two friendly countries.
Dimash Qudaibergen expressed his gratitude for the award and expressed his appreciation for the inclusion of his candidacy in the list of nominees for the annual, 26th award of the Foundation. The Kazakh artist also delighted the audience with songs from his repertoire, including the Kazakh folk song "Samaltau", which won over the Serbian audience.
The Karic Brothers Foundation was founded in 1979 to support creative talents, promote the international advancement of Serbia's scientific and technological potential, and familiarize the Serbian public with the achievements of world culture.
The Karic Brothers Foundation Prize has previously been awarded to such world-famous statesmen and public figures as Nobel Prize winner in Physics J. Alferov, Nobel Prize winner in Literature P. Handke, former Secretary General of TURKSOY D. Kaseinov, film director E. Kusturica, activist M. Mazari, tennis player N. Djokovic, actor S. Segal, in total more than 150 talented individuals.
Traditionally, the award ceremony takes place at the National Theater in Belgrade and is the central cultural event of the country.