9. At the end of the concert, the Bratislava Hot Serenaders Orchestra and singer Milan Lasica deservedly received a storm of applause from the audience, which lasted several minutes. When the applause continued, Mr. Lasica went to the microphone for the last time and fell to the ground just in front of him. It was his last seconds of life on his stage, in his theater, in front of the people who loved him

The last shots of maestro Milan Lasica from the L + S theater

Prominent artist, actor, humorist and singer Milan Lasica sang his last concert with the Bratislava Hot Serenaders Orchestra in this life on Sunday, July 18. He celebrated 20 years of collaboration with the orchestra and the performance was also the baptism of the album Once Upon a Time. Many fans were looking forward to the concert, but many could not get to the performance due to covide measures. The orchestra's performance graduated during the concert, the audience was enthusiastic and Mr. Lasica's performance was at a high level. At the same time, he traditionally and humorously moderated and commented on it. He was obviously enjoying the concert. The message resonated the most, I quote: "I am vaccinated and it has no side effects." The last song was "I'm an optimist." He grew up very well to the end. During the standing ovation, the little girl brought flowers to the stage, but then dropped out. At first glance, it looked as if it had just fallen to the ground. They started to revive him immediately, the rescuers then tried for 20 minutes, but he could not be revived. Mr. Lasica has left a huge mark on our culture. He probably wouldn't even plan such an end in his dream. The photographs were used by almost all media in Slovakia and many media in the Czech Republic

Rudolf Baranovič

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I am 53 years old, have been happily married for 31 years and have two sons. I am a reportage and documentary photographer who also documents concerts, cultural events and other public and non-public events for the media or organizers on request. In addition, I document life in the country and cities, on the streets of Europe or on other continents. I'm a photographer of the moment, I like black and white photography, but I also don't avoid colour. In the photos, I strive for an unusual, unique moment and light. I come from Bratislava, where I take the most photos. I regularly publish, for example, on the jazz.sk portal, but also many others. I also occasionally photograph weddings or other family events. I have been cooperating for a long time with the Italian Cultural Institute and the Kamel klub cultural centre in Karlova Ves