As a popular band playing Irish music, Orthodox Celts are practically unique not only in Serbia but in the whole of Southeastern Europe and further afield. Despite their unusual music, since their founding in 1993 they have been one of the most popular bands in Serbia. Their music led to a popularisation of Irish and Celtic music and other aspects of Irish and Celtic culture in Serbia.
The band started their career with traditional Irish songs and, gradually, introduced more and more of their own material (lyrics mostly by Aleksandar, music mostly by Ana). All their songs are in the English language (or as they say, in the Irish language), but the group has composed some purely instrumental songs as well. In addition, the band has released several videos. It is already a tradition of theirs to celebrate St. Patrick's Day with a large concert in Belgrade.
Aleksandar Petrović - vocals
Ana Đokić - violin
Dejan Lalić - octave mandola
Vladan Jovković - guitar
Dejan Popin - whistles
Dejan Grujić - bass
Dušan Živanović - drums
Orthodox Celts Discography
|33 T 55013||Orthodox Celts||Orthodox Celts (Album)||Take It Or Leave It Records||33 T 55013||Yugoslavia||1994||Sell This Version|
|none||Orthodox Celts / Pachamama||Orthodox Celts / Pachamama - Muzičke Paralele (Cass, Album)||Not On Label (Orthodox Celts Self-released), Not On Label (Pachamama Self-released)||none||Yugoslavia||1996||Sell This Version|
|MC 2049||Orthodox Celts||The Celts Strike Again (Album)||ITMM||MC 2049||Yugoslavia||1997||Sell This Version|
|MRK 6102||Orthodox Celts||Green Roses (Album)||Metropolis Records (4)||MRK 6102||Yugoslavia||1999||Sell This Version|
|MCD 047||Orthodox Celts||A Moment Like The Longest Day (CD, Album)||Metropolis Records (4)||MCD 047||Yugoslavia||2002||Sell This Version|
|Atm 2572007-2||Orthodox Celts||One, Two 5 (CD, Album)||Automatik||Atm 2572007-2||Serbia||2007||Sell This Version|