Right after the winners of DokuFest’s 19th Edition were announced yesterday, the show went on with a stylish celebration that only Sonic Transmissions could pull off.

In collaboration with the German Embassy in Pristina, Dana Ruh kicked off the evening of August 15th followed directly by Hajdar Berisha.

Ruh, also referred to as “one of the classiest and grooviest house DJs out there”, has been sparkling her singular artistic vision all over Berlin for over a decade now. She has been making room for herself in the electronic music industry with the curious allure of hard-working musician, and with the foundation of her well-known three-in-one record shop, studio space and in-house label called KMA60.

Hajdar Berisha, born from Kosovar parents has pursued his activity from Nuremberg to all over Germany, besides frequently playing in Kosovo and Albania.

Located in Berlin’s Neukölln, KMA60 Record Store housed the virtual performances while Dana Ruh and Hajdar Berisha rocked Virtual DokuNights’ online stage for one hour each. The international – local artistic combo straight out from Germany’s dazzling capital made the performance even more appealing.

Even though the winners of this edition have been revealed, the music performances will be continuing until August 25th, altogether with online discussions and special film programs.

By Enxhi Noni