The Belgrade Philharmonic and Chief Conductor Gabriel Feltz are preparing an evening of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart at Kolarac Hall on Friday, June 7, at 8:00 p.m. The creative genius of one of the most brilliant minds will be presented through three compositions – all in the key of C Major!

The Belgrade Philharmonic will present the symphonic path that Mozart traversed in the course of his short life, from his early period to his maturity. The first symphony on our program (No. 28), he wrote as a teenager, while his magnificent Jupiter Symphony (No. 41) was the crowning glory of his achievements. Because of its clarity and perfect structure, many critics today consider this as one of the greatest symphonies in music history.

Between these two symphonies is one of Mozart’s most demanding piano concertos, No. 21, played by young pianist Annika Treutler, with whom the Philharmonic audience is already familiar.

One hundred standing tickets will be on sale at the Kolarac Box office from 7:00 p.m., one hour before the concert.