The Belgrade Philharmonics today announced its first festival from February 2-13, which will take place at the Philharmonic Hall. Principal conductor Gabriel Feltz and the Philharmonics will be together again, and in addition to the orchestra, the audience will be able to hear interesting chamber ensembles.
“We have accumulated a lot of programme that is waiting to be performed; thus, we are announcing the first, and hopefully the last, Belgrade Philharmonics Festival that is taking place under special circumstances,” said the Belgrade Philharmonics director, Ivan Tasovac.
From February 4-6, audiences will be able to listen to Mendelssohn’s evenings, while works by Stravinsky, Mahler and Schubert will close the festival from February 11-13.
On February 2, the audience will be able to attend the harp and oboe concert focused on the works of the French Impressionists, on February 3, the combination of wind and string instruments will perform the compositions of Beethoven and Shostakovich, on February 9, a trio for piano, violin and cello will perform Brahms and Mendelssohn, and on February 10, a string quartet will perform the repertoire of music by Beethoven and Mozart.
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