Concert Dedicated to Cellist Nebojša Mrdjenović
Chief Conductor Gabriel Feltz will be conducting the Belgrade Philharmonic at three concerts at the Belgrade Philharmonic Hall, on October 15, 16, and 17, at 8:00 p.m. The first concert is dedicated to our recently deceased colleague, cellist Nebojša Mrdjenović.
The program includes two serenades for string orchestra by A. Dvořák and P.I. Tchaikovsky. The first is one of Dvořák’s most popular works today, and Tchaikovsky said of his Serenade that it was a work he wrote from the heart and considered one of his most valuable compositions.
The new performances with Chief Conductor Gabriel Feltz are a continuation of this season’s concept “Music Everywhere.” Like last month, recordings of the concerts performed at the Belgrade Philharmonic Hall will be broadcast outside the concert hall, in different and unusual locations. Thus, Mozart’s previously performed music can already be heard in post offices, various office spaces, public transportation, call centers, and the Belgrade Philharmonic’s #MusicEverywhere is spreading to bookstores, parks, health care institutions, lounges… wherever it is easily accessible to the public.