On Sunday, January 13th, at 7 pm at the Belgrade City Hall, the St Djordje Chamber Orchestra will give a free New Year’s concert titled “Eight Seasons”.
Their chief conductor is Srba Dinic, the head conductor of the Braunschweig Theatre in Germany and a theatre in Mexico City, and while Jozef Ziga, violinist of the Braunschweig Theatre, will be a soloist.
Ziga will play on Giovanni Battista Guadagnini’s violin, made in 1752 in Cremona (Italy). He and St. Djordje Orchestra received the instrument on loan from the Faculty of Music Arts in Belgrade, which owns the violin, otherwise declared Serbian cultural property.
This is the traditional New Year’s concert of one of the Serbian renowned chamber ensembles, which was founded in 1992 and which has had over 1,600 concerts in the country and abroad. Last year, the Orchestra celebrated its 25th anniversary.
The concert is free of charge.
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