I had myself some typical Serbian food, went to get some rest (of course, I didn't) and at 7pm they picked me up to go to the concert.
Running a litlle bit ahead, I must say that I didn't play in a way that fully satisfied me. Part of it was the toll that the lack of sleep and the travelling had taken on me, but part of it was the strange design of the concert hall, with a very low ceilling at the stage level, and a very short stage. This led to me having to stand unusually close to the piano, and sounding as if I was playing into a shoe box (although professionals from the audience assured me that the sound came clean and neat). From another side, the crowd was really numerous (the hall was packed, in fact) and enthusiastic. One of the local professors, Irian Yashvili, happens to be the sister of my own teacher in Russia, and she attended the concert. Overall, everybody seemed happy with the program, and as an encore we did an improvisation (!) on sequences from Piazzolla's "Libertango" with Almir.
Now, in a couple of hours, I will be teaching a masterclass in the Music Academy.