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Maestro Jurowski Conducts Belgrade Philharmonic Once Again

Celebrated conductor Michail Jurowski, a representative of the famous dynasty of conductors and a special guest of the Belgrade Philharmonic, will conduct once again at Kolarac Hall on April 12, at 8:00 p.m. The audience will have the unique opportunity to hear Dmitri Shostakovich’s last symphony in his interpretation — in addition to being the […]

New Babie Concerts

The free tickets for the baby concerts organized by the Belgrade Philharmonic on January 9 and 10 were given away in less than 20 minutes. The baby concerts have generated enormous interest since September, when they were held for the first time, so the queue for the limited number of tickets was already formed at […]

Shostakovich’s Eighth Symphony – After a Half Century

Belgrade Philharmonic to perform symphony whose premiere was heardby 25 million people! After nearly a half century, the magnificent Eighth Symphony by Dmitry Shostakovich will be on the program of the Belgrade Philharmonic, with conductor Daniel Raiskin, at Kolarac Hall, on Friday, December 21, at 8:00 p.m. First on the program will be Edward Elgar’s […]

Belgrade Philharmonic Formally Opens NOMUS

The Belgrade Philharmonic will formally open the 43d NOMUS (Novi Sad Music Festival) with a concert in the Serbian National Theater in Novi Sad, on Thursday, 19 April. Together with piano star Alexander Gavrylyuk, and conductor Dania Raiskin, the orchestra will perform well-known classical music hits – Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 3 and Stravinsky’s “Fireworks” […]

Uros Lajovic and Harriet Krijgh with Belgrade Philharmonic

Conducting the Belgrade Philharmonic at Kolarac Hall on Friday, January 28, at 8:00 p.m. will be our former chief conductor, Maestro Uroš Lajovic. For the first time, young international cello star Harriet Krijgh will be performing Haydn’s Cello Concerto. The Belgrade Philharmonic and Uroš Lajovic will take the audience on a concert journey through Classicism, […]

Uros Lajovic and Harriet Krijgh with Belgrade Philharmonic

Conducting the Belgrade Philharmonic at Kolarac Hall on Friday, January 28, at 8:00 p.m. will be our former chief conductor, Maestro Uroš Lajovic. For the first time, young international cello star Harriet Krijgh will be performing Haydn’s Cello Concerto. The Belgrade Philharmonic and Uroš Lajovic will take the audience on a concert journey through Classicism, […]

Posted by bgf on 26. 1. 2022

PROGRAM CHANGES IN THE COMING PERIOD

We would like to inform our audience about changes made in the Belgrade Philharmonic’s concert program for the next period. Instead of the earlier announced Genghis Khan by D. Radić and Dvořák’s Cello Concerto, Former Chief Conductor Uroš Lajovic will conduct the orchestra on the 28th of January, with Mozart’s Don Giovanni Overture and Beethoven’s […]

Posted by bgf on 25. 1. 2022

Feltz and the Belgrade Philharmonic: The “Dream Team” Together Again

The Belgrade Philharmonic’s “Dream Team” is together again: Chief Conductor Gabriel Feltz and the orchestra will perform at Kolarac Hall on Friday, January 21, at 8:00 p.m. The program includes works by Schubert, Glière and Beethoven, featuring coloratura soprano Alina Wunderlin performing with the Belgrade Philharmonic for the first time. The central work in the […]

Posted by bgf on 19. 1. 2022

Nemanja Radulović and the Belgrade Philharmonic – Information on ticket sales for the concert

One of the main events of the Belgrade Philharmonic’s season is the concert with violinist Nemanja Radulović at Kolarac Hall on February 4, 2022. With Permanent Guest Conductor Daniel Raiskin, Radulović and the Belgrade Philharmonic will be performing Tchaikovsky’s famous Concerto for Violin and Orchestra. Ticket sales at the Belgrade Philharmonic’s box-office (Studentski trg 11) […]

Posted by bgf on 11. 1. 2022

Start of Second Half of Belgrade Philharmonic’s Concert Season at Kolarac Hall on Friday

The Belgrade Philharmonic is ready for the second half of its concert season, which will continue at Kolarac Hall on Friday, January 14, at 8:00 p.m. The Belgrade Philharmonic is proud to present the Spanish conductor Jaume Santonja and star pianist Andrei Korobeinikov. The concert program will feature the music of Rachmaninoff, Shostakovich, and Sibelius. […]

Posted by bgf on 10. 1. 2022

(NEW) NEW YEAR’S CHALLENGE OF THE BELGRADE PHILHARMONIC

The Belgrade Philharmonic invites the audience to a new New Year’s challenge, which we prepared together with percussionist Aleksandar Radulović. After inviting the audience to conduct the orchestra at last year’s Philharmonic Challenge, the Belgrade Philharmonic proposes a new creative party for the beginning of 2022. The philharmonic star and a proven showman, percussionist Aleksandar […]

Posted by bgf on 31. 12. 2021

New Year, New Opportunities

From now on, you can secure your tickets for Belgrade Philharmonic concerts for a whole month in advance. Concert tickets will be available as of the last Monday of the month for the following month at our box-office as well as online. Ticket sales for our January concerts begin on 27 December 2021 at the […]

Posted by bgf on 27. 12. 2021

Surprises at our “Music Bazaar”

Our intensive preparations for the Belgrade Philharmonic’s New Year’s concerts with conductor Daniel Raiskin at Kolarac Hall on December 24 and 25 have encountered some unexpected twists and turns that have become commonplace all over the world. Our announced guest clarinetist Kari Kriikku had to cancel his Belgrade appearance due to illness, but we have […]

Posted by bgf on 23. 12. 2021

Sold out: New Year’s Concerts

Our two New Year’s concerts on December 24 and 25 have been sold out — in just one day! Traditionally, the huge buzz created around our most popular and joyous performances, was not lacking this year either, and for the end of 2021, the Belgrade Philharmonic has prepared a “Music Bazaar,” taking its audience on […]

Posted by bgf on 14. 12. 2021

Belgrade Philharmonic Goes Tango with Leticia Moreno

The Belgrade Philharmonic is preparing an exotic program at Kolarac Hall on Friday, December 17 at 8:00 p.m. with Maestro Daniel Raiskin and featuring our special guest star Leticia Moreno. This charismatic violinist will perform the attractive Four Seasons of Buenos Aires by Astor Piazzolla. The evening’s program will also include works by Joaquín Turina, Giya […]

Posted by bgf on 13. 12. 2021

Music Bazaar: Belgrade Philharmonic’s New Year’s Concerts

The Belgrade Philharmonic’s most joyous performances, our famous New Year’s concerts, will be held at Kolarac Hall on December 24 and 25, 2021 at 8:00 p.m. The Belgrade Philharmonic is preparing a special “Music Bazaar” with Maestro Daniel Raiskin and special guest star, clarinetist Kari Kriikku. The long-awaited news will be sure to delight many […]

Posted by bgf on 9. 12. 2021

Scenes of Night in the Belgrade Philharmonic with Famous Artists

The Belgrade Philharmonic will perform with Guy Eshed, the first flutist of the Israeli Philharmonic and conductor Cristian Mandeal, at Kolarac Hall on Friday, December 10, at 8:00 p.m. Different images of the night unite all the music on our program featuring works by Mozart, Bernstein and Stravinsky. The upcoming concert shows effusively the trend […]

Posted by bgf on 7. 12. 2021

Romance à la Philharmonic

The Belgrade Philharmonic will offer its audience a spectacular program inspired by romance in the true French style, at Kolarac Hall on Friday, December 3, at 8:00 p.m.  Conductor Leo McFall, popular cellist Kian Soltani, and the Belgrade Philharmonic will be performing Romantic classical works including Romeo and Juliet and Bolero.

Posted by bgf on 30. 11. 2021

Long Voyage à la Belgrade Philharmonic

The Belgrade Philharmonic is preparing an unusual voyage through a program inspired by the sea, under the baton of conductor Howard Griffiths, at Kolarac Hall on Friday, November 26, at 8:00 p.m. Performing for the first time with the Belgrade Philharmonic will be the star of world podiums and former child prodigy, Chinese violinist, Ziyu […]

Posted by bgf on 23. 11. 2021

Dream Team: Chief Conductor Gabriel Feltz Signs New Contract with Belgrade Philharmonic

Chief Conductor Gabriel Feltz has signed a new contract with the Belgrade Philharmonic and will remain at the helm as captain of our orchestra until 2025. Feltz and Acting Director Darko Krstić signed the papers in a very congenial atmosphere to the applause of the Philharmonic musicians ahead of the dress rehearsal for tonight’s concert […]

Posted by bgf on 19. 11. 2021

Belgrade Philharmonic and Maestro Feltz Perform Jazz and Classical

A philharmonic concert mix of jazz and classical music Chief Conductor Gabriel Feltz will be with the Belgrade Philharmonic again at Kolarac Hall on Friday, November 19, at 8:00 p.m. The program will present an unusual combination of jazz and classical music, featuring pianist Annika Treutler, who has already played for the Belgrade audience. One […]

Posted by bgf on 15. 11. 2021

Darko Krstić Appointed Acting Director of Belgrade Philharmonic

The Serbian Government appointed Darko Krstić as acting director of the Belgrade Philharmonic on November 10, 2021. Krstić has been with this institution from the very beginning of his career in 1993. He was also acting director in the period between November 2013 and January 2017 and has been serving as the institution’s secretary since […]

Posted by bgf on 11. 11. 2021

“Fantastic Philharmonic” for Preschool Children

“Fantastic Philharmonic” is a new program for preschool children, which our orchestra performs in the period from November 5 to 10 in two concert terms a day. The Belgrade Philharmonic shows how famous fairytales inspired composers to create famous music, with the help of eight-year-old actress Andjelija Stajkić and our violinist Slavica Perić, as well […]

Posted by bgf on 9. 11. 2021

SUDDEN TWIST: Nemanja Radulović with Philharmonic Instead of Khatia Buniatishvili

The Belgrade Philharmonic will open the 53rd Belgrade Music Festival (BEMUS) with violinisit Nemanja Radulović instead of pianist Khatia Buniatishvili, who had been announced earlier. The concert will be held at Kolarac Hall on November 1, at 8:00 p.m. Radulović and the Belgrade Philharmonic will perform Prokofiev’s Concerto No. 2, in addition to works by […]

Posted by bgf on 1. 11. 2021

Piano Megastar Khatia Buniatishvili and Belgrade Philharmonic at Opening of BEMUS

Khatia Buniatishvili, one of the world’s greatest pianists, will perform with the Belgrade Philharmonic at the grand opening of the 53rd Belgrade Music Festival (BEMUS) at Kolarac Hall on Monday, November 1, 2021, at 8:00 p.m. Under the baton of conductor Marco Parisotto, she will perform Tchaikovsky’s famous Piano Concerto No. 1. The concert program […]

Posted by bgf on 21. 10. 2021

Belgrade Philharmonic Serves Italian Menu

Belgrade Philharmonic concert takes us to Italy The Belgrade Philharmonic will be serving an Italian concert menu at Kolarac Hall on Friday, October 22 at 8:00 p.m. The concert will be marked by two debuts – conductor Daniel Smith and violinist Sergei Dogadin, who will be performing for the first time with the Belgrade Philharmonic. […]

Posted by bgf on 19. 10. 2021

Carnival for Babies at the Belgrade Philharmonic

Concerts for Babies Again at the Belgrade Philharmonic The Belgrade Philharmonic is reopening its doors for babies at concerts scheduled for October 25, 26, and 27 from 11:00 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. For babies up to the age of two the orchestra will play Carnival of Animals by Camille Saint-Saëns, together with the VooDoo piano […]

Posted by bgf on 19. 10. 2021

Film Music, Jazz, Piano and Cannons

The Belgrade Philharmonic and Maestro Daniel Raiskin will be performing a program of Russian composers at Kolarac Hall on Friday, October 15, at 8:00 p.m. featuring famous pianist Alexei Volodin and Belgrade Philharmonic trumpet superstar Jovan Savić. The Belgrade Philharmonic’s first concert with Permanent Guest Conductor Daniel Raiskin in the new season will be dedicated […]

Posted by bgf on 11. 10. 2021

Zubin Mehta Sends Words of Support after the Passing of Ivan Tasovac

Maestro Zubin Mehta, the most important friend of Ivan Tasovac and the Belgrade Philharmonic, has sent a message of support for the concert of the Belgrade Philharmonic with Chief Conductor Gabriel Feltz at Kolarac Hall, tonight, at 8:00 p.m. “On this most important occasion, Mo. Feltz conducting the wonderful Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra in this and […]

Posted by bgf on 6. 10. 2021

Belgrade Philharmonic Plays Mahler’s Tragic Symphony in Full Force

After the immeasurable loss of our beloved director Ivan Tasovac and last Friday’s concert dedicated to him, the full-sized Belgrade Philharmonic and Chief Conductor Gabriel Feltz will be back at Kolarac Hall on Wednesday, October 6, at 8:00 p.m. with 100 musicians playing Mahler’s monumental Symphony No. 6, also known as the Tragic. This capital […]

Posted by bgf on 5. 10. 2021

Artists Worldwide Bid Last Farewell to Ivan Tasovac

Bidding a last sad farewell to Belgrade Philharmonic Director Ivan Tasovac, artists from all over the world have sent letters of condolence to his family and to the Belgrade Philharmonic. They are, among others, his great friend, pianist Alexander Shtarkman, violinist Nemanja Radulović, and Permanent Guest Conductor Daniel Raiskin. A book of condolence has been […]

Posted by bgf on 3. 10. 2021

The Belgrade Philharmonic Bids Farewell to Ivan Tasovac with Music

Stunned by the sudden passing of Ivan Tasovac, the Belgrade Philharmonic and Chief Conductor Gabriel Feltz will be dedicating this Friday’s concert at Kolarac Hall to their beloved director. Instead of parting with a commemoration, the Belgrade Philharmonic will bid farewell to this great opponent of formalism and ordinary protocols with the very music for […]

Posted by bgf on 30. 9. 2021

Ivan Tasovac, 1966-2021 and for eternity

Dear Taso, You have woven the first and basic rule into the Belgrade Philharmonic and taught us to do everything differently. That is why we do not write commemorative texts, in memoriam reviews, or farewells, because you would reprimand us for that. Detesting form, politely disobedient and subtly brazen-faced to the extreme, you set the […]

Posted by bgf on 30. 9. 2021

Documents Required for Attending Concerts

With the desire for everyone to feel safe at our concerts, the audience is kindly asked to pay heed to the following documents necessary for attending all Belgrade Philharmonic performances. Negative PCR test for the presence of SARS-CoV-2 virus, not older than 48 hours from the date of issue or rapid antigen test not older […]

Posted by bgf on 29. 9. 2021

Feltz and Moser with the Belgrade Philharmonic: An Evening of Shostakovich

An Evening of Shostakovich at the Belgrade Philharmonic Chief Conductor Gabriel Feltz will be together again with the Belgrade Philharmonic for the first time in the new season at Kolarac Hall on Friday, October 1, at 8:00 p.m. He is preparing an evening of Shostakovich with cello superstar Johannes Moser. An old acquaintance and firm […]

Posted by bgf on 28. 9. 2021

IN MEMORIAM – Anton Kolar (1942 – 2021)

Anton Kolar was chief conductor of the Belgrade Philharmonic from 1979 to 1981. In our 20 years of cooperation, from the very first performance with our orchestra in 1978 to 1998, Maestro Kolar conducted an impressive 92 concerts, of which nine on tour in Italy, four in Germany, three in Hungary, and two in Bulgaria, […]

Posted by bgf on 27. 9. 2021

Gala Opening of Belgrade Philharmonic’s New Concert Season

“We Have Really Missed You” – Belgrade Philharmonic Returns to Kolarac Hall Fridays at 8:00 p.m. The gala opening of the Belgrade Philharmonic’s new concert season entitled WE HAVE REALLY MISSED YOU will be held at Kolarac Hall on September 24 at 8:00 p.m. The first concert will see the return of our orchestra in […]

Posted by Simple Task on 22. 9. 2021

Auditions for second flute

The Belgrade Philharmonic is announcing auditions for second flute. Auditions will be held on November 17, 2021. at Belgrade Philharmonic, Studentski trg 11. Applications for the competition can be submitted until November 15, 2021. until 2 p.m.   More about the application for the second flute HERE

Posted by Simple Task on 13. 9. 2021

New Rules in the Belgrade Philharmonic’s New Season

The Belgrade Philharmonic is ready for our new season 2021/22 under the slogan WE HAVE REALLY MISSED YOU and for our return to Kolarac Hall. Wishing to encourage responsible behavior in accordance with the COVID-19 epidemic, attending concerts will be possible only with one of the following: confirmation of complete vaccination; confirmation of previous infection […]

Posted by Simple Task on 1. 9. 2021

The Biggest Philharmonic Sensation – Baby Concerts Are on Again!

The long-awaited news that will make many parents happy: new concerts for babies will get under way at the Belgrade Philharmonic Music Hall (Studentski trg 11) on September 8 to 10, at 11:00 a.m. and 12.30 p.m. Babies from zero to two years of age will enjoy a special program by the orchestra and the […]

Posted by Simple Task on 1. 9. 2021

New Philharmonic Season 21/22

“We Have Really Missed You” is the slogan of the Belgrade Philharmonic’s new concert season, from September 24, 2021 to June 3, 2022, featuring 25 new programs. Detailed information on the start of sales for old and new subscribers will be made available in early September. The upcoming Belgrade Philharmonic season will feature a combination […]

Posted by Simple Task on 19. 7. 2021

Big Surprise for Legendary Conductor Mehta After Historic Concert with Belgrade Philharmonic

Maestro Mehta gets big surprise after historic concert with Belgrade Philharmonic The Belgrade Philharmonic moved the maestro to tears with a song of gratitude for his many years of friendship and support Link to video – end of concert with Mehta  https://youtu.be/afec0DZZflU The world’s greatest conductor, Maestro Zubin Mehta the Belgrade Philharmonic received a 10-minute […]

Posted by Simple Task on 13. 7. 2021

Mehta Has Arrived!

Zubin Mehta, one of the most famous conductors in the world, has arrived in Belgrade. Director Ivan Tasovac welcomed Maestro Mehta, who is a great friend of the Belgrade Philharmonic, which he will hold conduct at a gala concert at Kolarac Hall on Saturday, July 10, 2021. Zubin Mehta and the Belgrade Philharmonic will have […]

Posted by Simple Task on 8. 7. 2021

Tickets for Zubin Mehta and Belgrade Philharmonic – SOLD OUT

Live broadcast on RTS Second Program The gala concert featuring Zubin Mehta and the Belgrade Philharmonic will be broadcast live from Kolarac Hall on the Second Program of Radio Television of Serbia (RTS) on July 10, 2021 at 8:00 p.m. Millions of people will be able to watch the concert event of the year for […]

Posted by Simple Task on 6. 7. 2021

Event of the year: gala concert with Zubin Mehta and the Belgrade Philharmonic

World-Famous Conductor Zubin Mehta Leads the Belgrade Philharmonic for the Tenth Time Event of the year: gala concert with Zubin Mehta and the Belgrade Philharmonic The Belgrade Philharmonic is proud to announce a concert with world-famous conductor Zubin Mehta at Kolarac Hall on July 10, 2021, at 8:00 p.m. The event of the year, also […]

Posted by bgf on 24. 6. 2021

Belgrade Philharmonic’s New Concert Season “We Have Really Missed You!”

Presenting the Belgrade Philharmonic’s New Concert Season “We Have Really Missed You” is the slogan of the Belgrade Philharmonic’s new concert season, which Director Ivan Tasovac and Chief Conductor Gabriel Feltz presented to our musicians today. Judging by the atmosphere in the orchestra during the presentation, the season from September 2021 to June 2022 will […]

Posted by Simple Task on 21. 6. 2021

Closing Ceremony of Belgrade Philharmonic’s Concert Season 

The closing ceremony of the Belgrade Philharmonic’s “Music Everywhere” concert season, with Chief Conductor Gabriel Feltz, will be held at the Belgrade Philharmonic Hall on Thursday, Friday and Saturday (June 17-19), at 7:00 p.m. Appearing as soloist with our orchestra and performing works by Bruch and Schumann will be violin superstar Robert Lakatoš.  Critics worldwide […]

Posted by Simple Task on 16. 6. 2021

On its 98th Birthday Belgrade Philharmonic Gets Own Ice Cream Flavor!

The birthday of the Belgrade Philharmonic, which was founded on June 13, 1923, was marked in the most delectable way. The Philharmonic got its own ice cream flavor, chosen by its fans on social networks, and it will now be part of the regular assortment of flavors at Moritz Eis ice cream parlors. “On our […]

Posted by Simple Task on 14. 6. 2021

Raiskin and the Belgrade Philharmonic: Concert of Hope for Return to Normality

Romantic repertoire at Belgrade Philharmonic concerts The Belgrade Philharmonic and Permanent Guest Conductor Daniel Raiskin, with solo clarinetist Veljko Klenkovski, will be performing Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto at the Belgrade Philharmonic Hall, on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, (10, 11, and 12 June) at 7:00 p.m. The program will also include works by Mendelssohn and Brahms. “Our […]

Posted by Simple Task on 9. 6. 2021

Belgrade Philharmonic Gets Its Own Ice Cream Flavor

Belgrade Philharmonic ice cream? Yes it’s possible! Through our social networks we have invited fans to suggest an ice cream flavor that reminds them of the Belgrade Philharmonic. On June 13, the Belgrade Philharmonic’s birthday, ice cream lovers and fans of our orchestra will be able to try the new Belgrade Philharmonic flavor, which will […]

Posted by Simple Task on 4. 6. 2021

Third Time Lucky for the Belgrade Philharmonic Winds

The Magic Flute and A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Belgrade Philharmonic The Belgrade Philharmonic’s wind ensemble is preparing a real concert treat at the Belgrade Philharmonic Hall on Thursday and Friday, June 3 and 4, at 7:00 p.m. featuring classical music masterpieces The Magic Flute and A Midsummer Night’s Dream in interesting arrangements. Clarinetist […]

Posted by Simple Task on 3. 6. 2021

Two Premieres and the Alluring Carmen Suite at the Belgrade Philharmonic

The Belgrade Philharmonic and Chief Conductor Gabriel Feltz will be holding two new concerts at the Belgrade Philharmonic Hall on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday (May 27, 28, and 29) at 7:00 p.m. with two premiere performances of compositions by Paul Hindemith and Benjamin Britten, plus Rodion Shchedrin’s attractive Carmen Suite. The Belgrade Philharmonic will perform […]

Posted by Simple Task on 25. 5. 2021

Musical Theater Gala at the Belgrade Philharmonic

The Belgrade Philharmonic is preparing a sensational musical theater event and a completely new reading of Igor Stravinsky’s The Soldier’s Tale, to be held at the Belgrade Philharmonic Hall, on Thursday and Friday, May 20 and 21, at 7:00 p.m. The “dream team” of authors features Ivan Tasovac starring in the triple role of soldier, […]

Posted by Simple Task on 18. 5. 2021

Chamber Exclusive at the Belgrade Philharmonic: Beethoven’s Symphony for Only Nine Musicians

The Belgrade Philharmonic audience is in for a very special chamber concert at the Belgrade Philharmonic Hall on Friday, May 14. Beethoven’s famous Symphony Number 3, also known as Eroica, will be performed by only nine musicians in an unusual arrangement adapted for a nonet. The original Eroica was a real “boom” in the symphonic […]

Posted by Simple Task on 13. 5. 2021

Do You Like Brahms in Combination with Mozart?

The Belgrade Philharmonic presents works of chamber music by Mozart and Brahms  A new concert of chamber music will be held at the Belgrade Philharmonic’s Concert Hall on Thursday and Friday, April 22 and 23, at 7:00 p.m. featuring a quartet and a quintet playing works by Mozart and Brahms. Miroslav Pavlović, concertmaster of the […]

Posted by Simple Task on 21. 4. 2021

New Premiere on the Chamber Scene

The Belgrade Philharmonic is announcing two chamber music concerts to be held at the Belgrade Philharmonic Hall on Thursday and Friday, April 15 and 16, at 7:00 p.m. A five-member chamber music ensemble will perform a premiere of the Quintet for Flute, Violin, Viola, Cello, and Harp by Jean Cras, plus works by Jacques Ibert […]

Posted by Simple Task on 14. 4. 2021

Serbian Premiere in Belgrade Philharmonic: Kornogold’s Serenade

Chief Conductor Gabriel Feltz is with the Belgrade Philharmonic again, preparing an exclusive program to be held at the Belgrade Philharmonic Hall, on April 8, 9, and 10 at 7:00 p.m., including the Serbian premiere of Korngold’s Serenade for Strings and Mozart’s Symphony No. 39. At these three concert evenings, the Belgrade Philharmonic will present […]

Posted by bgf on 7. 4. 2021

The Philharmonic Plays Serenades

The Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra and Permanent Guest Conductor Daniel Raiskin will be holding concerts from April 1 to 3 at the Belgrade Philharmonic Hall, at 7:00 p.m. The program is in the sign of Romanticism and the Orchestra will play serenades by Antonín Dvořák and Richard Strauss, as well as a suite by Leopold Janáček. […]

Posted by bgf on 31. 3. 2021

Philharmonic Concerts Dedicated to the Memory of Zoran Djindjic

New concerts in the Belgrade Philharmonic are scheduled for March 11 and 12 and the program includes works by Schoenberg performed by the musicians of the Belgrade Philharmonic grouped in various chamber ensembles. Traditionally, these concerts (Belgrade Philharmonic Hall at 7:00 p.m.) are dedicated to the memory of Zoran Đinđić. The program shows the versatility […]

Posted by bgf on 10. 3. 2021

Belgrade Philharmonic’s “Music Everywhere” Arrives at “I Love Štark” Store

The “I Love Štark” stores are joining the Belgrade Philharmonic’s “Music Everywhere” campaign, so that visitors to these shops in Belgrade, Novi Sad, and Nis will now be able to listen to the music of the Belgrade Philharmonic. Now that the program that the orchestra performs in the Belgrade Philharmonic Hall for a limited number […]

Posted by bgf on 9. 3. 2021

Ovations for the Belgrade Philharmonic and Gabriel Feltz

The musicians of the Belgrade Philharmonic and Chief Conductor Gabriel Feltz were rewarded with several minutes of enthusiastic cheering and applause after a brilliantly played program at the first in their series of three concert evenings (March 4, BGP Hall). Maestro Feltz appropriately announced that the concert program was fit for the League of Champions, […]

Posted by bgf on 5. 3. 2021

Program for the League of Champions 

New Concert of the Belgrade Philharmonic: Program for the League of Champions    Schoenberg’s Chamber Symphony premieres at the Philharmonic   The Belgrade Philharmonic and Chief Conductor Gabriel Feltz are facing a major challenge in preparing an exclusive program they are scheduled to play at the Philharmonic Hall on March 4, 5, and 6, starting […]

Posted by bgf on 4. 3. 2021

The First BPO Festival – critical review Ars Sonora

The first Belgrade Philharmonic Festival ended on February 13;  a 10-day event in which this ensemble, with 10 performances by its members and programs that were performed over several concert evenings, tried to find another way of bridging the gap and overcoming the limitations in our concert life caused by the pandemic. The festival, which […]

Posted by bgf on 25. 2. 2021

No Small Feat for Great Enjoyment at the Belgrade Philharmonic

After a record number of performances during the First Philharmonic Festival, the Belgrade Philharmonic continues with concerts on February 25, 26, and 27 at 7:00 p.m. The Philharmonic’s principal horn Nikola Ćirić will have three solo performances with the orchestra and young conductor Valentin Egel. Nikola Ćirić, one of the Belgrade Philharmonic’s youngest musicians, will […]

Posted by bgf on 23. 2. 2021

The First Belgrade Philharmonic Festival

The first Belgrade Philharmonic Festival will be held February 2-13, 2021, and will include as many as 10 performances by various ensembles in the Belgrade Philharmonic Hall (7:00 pm). The orchestra and Chief Conductor Gabriel Feltz will be together again and our audience will also be able to hear our philharmonic orchestra musicians grouped in […]

Posted by bgf on 26. 1. 2021

“Music Everywhere” now also on the web: the first portals where you can listen to the Belgrade Philharmonic

Media Marketing and Art & Business, the most relevant media in the regional communications industry, are the first portals to join the Belgrade Philharmonic’s “Music Everywhere” project. Those who follow texts on communication, advertising and art & business in the Adriatic region can now also enjoy the Belgrade Philharmonic’s music programs. “A month or two […]

Posted by bgf on 18. 1. 2021

New Year’s Musical Fairytale

The Belgrade Philharmonic presents its youngest audience with its “New Year’s Musical Fairytale,” whose online premiere is scheduled for January 7 at 12:00 noon on its YouTube channel. Joining the Philharmonic will be Director Ivan Tasovac, who, as a pianist, has a special role in this story. The authors of this musical fairytale are violist […]

Posted by bgf on 6. 1. 2021

NY challenge for all generations

Join the Belgrade Philharmonic NY challenge! Send us video recording of you conducting Philharmonic, using this music Have fun and win prizes – 3×2 subscriptions for next season and 2x mini concerts right in your area. Challenge lasts from Wednesday, December 30, to Sunday, January 10.   The material you send us will be part […]

Posted by bgf on 30. 12. 2020

Five UEPS Awards for Belgrade Philharmonic Marketing Campaigns

The Belgrade Philharmonic received a total of five UEPS (Association for Market Communications of Serbia) awards  for its marketing campaigns at the annual award ceremony on the occasion of UEPS Day. The “Belgrade Philharmonic-Music Everywhere” campaign, in cooperation with McCann Beograd, was awarded three prizes, and the “Philharmonic Online Season” campaign received two. Both projects, […]

Posted by bgf on 26. 12. 2020

First Building To Join “Music Everywhere” Campaign

No. 68b Despot Stefan Boulevard is the first residential building to join the Belgrade Philharmonic’s “Music Everywhere” campaign. In the building’s entrance you can hear music performed and recorded by the Belgrade Philharmonic at its concerts. The building’s residents say “if we can’t go to concerts, we can bring the concerts to us,” enjoying the […]

Posted by bgf on 28. 11. 2020

Belgrade Philharmonic Closes 52nd BEMUS

The Belgrade Philharmonic and renowned Austrian conductor Hans Graf will be performing works by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart at the gala closing ceremony of the 52nd Belgrade Music Festival (BEMUS) at Kolarac Hall, on Friday, November 13, at 8:00 p.m. In line with the rules on limiting the number of musicians on stage, the Belgrade Philharmonic […]

Posted by bgf on 12. 11. 2020

Piccolo and Friends

A new surprise on the chamber music stage of the Belgrade Philharmonic is being prepared for Thursday, November 12, at 6:00 and 8:00 p.m. Piccolo flutist Snježana Pavićević has brought together a diverse ensemble with which she will show all the charms of her small but powerful instrument. Snježana and her orchestra colleagues will present […]

Posted by bgf on 11. 11. 2020

Tijana Milošević Delights Audience

Tijana played and whistled, and the musicians showered her with flowers Tijana Milošević, the Belgrade Philharmonic’s first violin, received standing ovations as soloist at three concerts (5, 6, and 7 November 2020) with her orchestra and Chief Conductor Gabriel Feltz. After her dazzling performance of Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons, the audience kept bringing her back […]

Posted by bgf on 7. 11. 2020

Gabriel Feltz, Tijana Milošević, and the Belgrade Philharmonic

The Belgrade Philharmonic and Chief Conductor Gabriel Feltz are together again at the Philharmonic Hall on three concert nights – Thursday and Friday at 8:00 p.m. and Saturday 11:00 a.m. featuring Tijana Milošević on solo violin in Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons. The program opens with Valse Triste by Sibelius and Barber’s Adagio, which Maestro Feltz […]

Posted by bgf on 4. 11. 2020

Belgrade Philharmonic with Conductor Raiskin Dedicate Tonight’s Concert to Alexander Vedernikov

The international music scene has been left without Alexander Vedernikov, one of the most highly-acclaimed European conductors, who passed away yesterday in Moscow. A dear guest and a great favorite of the Belgrade Philharmonic and its audience, he was also a close friend of our Permanent Guest Conductor Daniel Raiskin. Tonight’s concert will be dedicated […]

Posted by bgf on 30. 10. 2020

Evening of Beethoven With Daniel Raiskin

Belgrade Philharmonic Performs Entire Symphony on only 11 Instruments An evening of Beethoven at the Belgrade Philharmonic Hall, with Conductor Daniel Raiskin and Concertmaster Miroslav Pavlović, to be held on two dates:  Thursday, October 29 and Friday October 30 at 8:00 p.m. Recordings of the concert will be broadcast in various public places such as […]

Posted by bgf on 28. 10. 2020

Belgrade Philharmonic’s New Surprise Concert

Belgrade Philharmonic’s “Music Everywhere” in Sirius Business Complex The Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra has staged a surprise performance once again, this time at the Sirius Business Complex in New Belgrade. To the delight of the employees, four bassoonists put on a real show on the plateau of this business center, which is also the headquarters of […]

Posted by bgf on 21. 10. 2020

Bassoon Quartet Concert

New in our series of chamber music concerts will be the performances of the Bassoon Quartet at the Belgrade Philharmonic Hall on Thursday and Friday, October 22 and 23, at 8:00 p.m. Our musicians will present all the brilliance and charm of this instrument in various musical styles, ranging from baroque to tango, jazz, and […]

Posted by bgf on 20. 10. 2020

An Evening of Serenades

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 […]

Posted by bgf on 14. 10. 2020

Three concerts in three places at the same time

Belgrade Philharmonic thrills again – surprise concerts in Lazarevac, Grocka, and Surčin The Belgrade Philharmonic has delighted passers-by once again with three surprise concerts in three different places at the same time. Strollers in the pedestrian zones of Lazarevac, Grocka, and Surčin, enjoyed the mini performances of the various Belgrade Philharmonic ensembles.   After staging […]

Posted by bgf on 10. 10. 2020

Lounge Party – Carmen and the Barber of Seville for Wind Ensemble and Double Bass

The Most Popular Operas for Wind Ensemble and Double Bass   At its new two-day concert of chamber music at the Belgrade Philharmonic Hall, on Thursday and Friday, October 8 and 9, at 8:00 p.m. we will present the most popular operas in a new light. Our wind ensemble and double bass will perform abridged […]

Posted by bgf on 7. 10. 2020

Belgrade Philharmonic Wins “Recognition 2020” Award

At the annual awards of the Serbian Association for Public Relations, the Belgrade Philharmonic was awarded the RECOGNITION 2020 award in the category of Digital Communications. The expert jury gave this award for the project “Philharmonic Online Season,” i.e. the way in which the Belgrade Philharmonic communicated with its audience during the period of suspended […]

Posted by bgf on 1. 10. 2020

Small, But Powerful

Start of Chamber Music Season Never “Louder”  Our season of chamber music starts this Friday, October 2, at 8:00 p.m. with a concert for a trombone quartet performed at the Belgrade Philharmonic Hall. The ensemble consisting of four of these powerful instruments opens a series of concerts that will feature members of our orchestra grouped […]

Posted by bgf on 30. 9. 2020

Isidora Žebeljan 1967 – 2020

Today the Belgrade Philharmonic bids a last farewell to Isidora Žebeljan. We lament the prematurely terminated oeuvre of this Serbian composer, whose works are performed regularly by music ensembles around the world. The Belgrade Philharmonic played her music on several occasions. The first time was in 1993, under Maestro Aleksandar Rudin, when her first symphony, […]

Posted by bgf on 29. 9. 2020

Wherever Is the Belgrade Philharmonic Playing This Season?

After its surprise performance in Knez Mihailova Street with its new slogan: “Music Everywhere” (Muzika svuda), the Belgrade Philharmonic has finally revealed all the places where people can listen to its concert program in the new season. Outgrowing the concert hall and its limited audience, the BF has created one of its most exciting seasons […]

Posted by bgf on 25. 9. 2020

Nebojša – All About Music

Nebojša Mrdjenović (1976 – 2020) Nebojša was an opponent of form, especially of superfluous words. He was not defined by data or facts, but by his essence – he was all about music. In the most comprehensive sense possible. However, one fact is fascinating; he was one of the Belgrade Philharmonic’s youngest veterans. He arrived […]

Posted by bgf on 24. 9. 2020

The Belgrade Philharmonic’s Message: Music Everywhere!

Today, the Belgrade Philharmonic organized a surprise concert in Belgrade’s Knez Mihajlova Street to mark the beginning of its concert season. After a limited audience listened to Mozart’s music during the previous three evenings at the Philharmonic Hall, now the orchestra and Chief Conductor Gabriel Feltz went outside and played that same program on the […]

Posted by bgf on 20. 9. 2020

The Belgrade Philharmonic Is Back in Business!

Gabriel Feltz and the Belgrade Philharmonic Are Together Again The Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra and chief conductor Gabriel Feltz are together again and are preparing our first concerts in the new season. As for safety measures and keeping distance, the musicians are holding rehearsals for an “Evening of Mozart,” which will be held on three nights, […]

Posted by bgf on 15. 9. 2020

In Memory of Božidar Tumpej (1929 – 2020)

The Belgrade Philharmonic is bidding farewell to its former member, bassoonist Božidar Tumpej, who passed away last month at the age of 91. The full and rich artistic path and long career of this prominent musician, born in the Croatian town of Kotoriba in 1929, brought him to Belgrade, where he spent one of the […]

Posted by bgf on 12. 8. 2020

Adieu Maestra

The one and only, untiring, selfless, gracious, and unrepeatable: Darinka Matić Marović. We remember with great fondness the many performances we shared with this legendary conductor and the wealth of anecdotes that have been passed down from one philharmonic generation to another. A force of nature, a passionate devotee and lover of music, to which […]

Posted by bgf on 15. 7. 2020

Happy Birthday Belgrade Philharmonic

The Belgrade Philharmonic is 97 years old today and is celebrating its birthday online by broadcasting a short documentary film from our 2014 US tour on our YouTube channel. The Belgrade Philharmonic was founded on 13 June 1923. Its creator, art director, and chief conductor was Stevan Hristić, one of the most important Serbian composers […]

Posted by bgf on 13. 6. 2020

New online guide through the orchestra with glasses, pots, and toothpicks used as “percussion”!

The Belgrade Philharmonic will present a new online meeting with children and an introduction to the orchestra on our Facebook page on Wednesday at 11:00 a.m. This time, something completely different – we will demonstrate how music can be made even without real instruments! Instead of the bulky tympani, xylophones, or vibraphones, our percussionist Aleksandar […]

Posted by bgf on 10. 6. 2020

Third Episode of Online Open Rehearsal

The Belgrade Philharmonic continues to spend time with children, familiarizing them with the orchestra online, on our Facebook page, on Wednesday at 11:00 a.m. After presenting the family of string instruments and a number of woodwind instruments, this Wednesday the focus will be on the oboe, the English horn, and the bassoon.   Our oboist […]

Posted by bgf on 27. 5. 2020

Youtube Concert: 100th Anniversary of the Premiere of Stojanović’s Concerto

This Friday, the Belgrade Philharmonic’s online season on our YouTube channel is broadcasting our orchestra’s performance from the 2016/17 season marking the 100th anniversary of the premiere of Violin Concerto No. 2, by Petar Stojanović. The violin solo was performed by Mirjana Nešković, deputy concertmaster of the Belgrade Philharmonic, with conductor Eidji Oue. The Belgrade […]

Posted by bgf on 21. 5. 2020

New “Online” Open Rehearsal for Children on Facebook Page

The Belgrade Philharmonic is continuing with its online open rehearsal for children on Wednesday at 11:00 a.m. on our Facebook page. After presenting the family of string instruments, this Wednesday the focus will be on woodwind instruments, i.e. the flute and the clarinet. Flutist Ana Kaličanin will introduce the children to the sound of her […]

Posted by bgf on 20. 5. 2020

Vladimir Popović – The Lockdown Is Over, But There Are No Concerts

The Lockdown Is Over, BUT (again that famous “but”) There Are No Concerts  I wonder if you know that feeling when, in a total absence of focus, you hurry to do something that requires a split second and at the same time you hit the edge of the table leg with your little toe . […]

Posted by bgf on 18. 5. 2020

First Online Open Rehearsal for Children on Social Networks

A novelty in the Belgrade Philharmonic’s online programs are open rehearsals for children, which will be held Wednesdays from 11:00 a.m. during which time kids will be able to meet the orchestra musicians and their instruments. In order to maintain contact with our youngest audience members who regularly attended our Wednesday monthly get-togethers to hang […]

Posted by bgf on 13. 5. 2020

Mirjana Nešković – End of Lockdown

I have to admit right away – I was not inspired to practice violin every day, record videos from my terrace, or arrange various songs … none of that appealed to me, especially not taking pictures of my culinary accomplishments. So, what did I do, was there even anything else to do?! Like a child, […]

Posted by bgf on 11. 5. 2020

Audio Wednesday – Dvořák’s Cello Concerto

This Wednesday we are presenting an audio recording from January 2015 of Antonín Dvořák’s Concerto for Cello and Orchestra in B minor performed by the Belgrade Philharmonic under the baton of Fabrice Bollon and featuring cellist Nemanja Stanković. During his three-year stay in New York City, as head of the National Conservatory of Music of […]

Posted by bgf on 6. 5. 2020

Frankenstein On YouTube This Friday

As part of our online season, on YouTube this Friday, the Belgrade Philharmonic brings you the iconic composition Frankenstein!! by HK Gruber, whose Serbian premiere was a part of our Pandemonium series. On May 8 at 8:00 p.m. our audience will be able to see this extraordinary performance in which musicians use classical instruments as […]

Posted by bgf on 6. 5. 2020

Audio Wednesday – Beethoven, Egmont

In Beethoven’s Egmont, a set of incidental music pieces written for the play of the same name by Goethe, Slobodan Beštić narrates the dramatic story of the life and heroism of the 16th century nobleman Lamoral, Count of Egmont. Together with soprano Vesna Đurković and under the direction of Chief Conductor Gabriel Feltz, the Belgrade Philharmonic performed this work on […]

Posted by bgf on 29. 4. 2020

Combination of Music and Drama

As part of its weekly online program, the Belgrade Philharmonic is paying special attention this week to the fusion of music and drama. Our listeners will have the opportunity to hear the various projects that the orchestra has performed together with actors Slobodan Beštić, Vladica Milosavljević, and Tamara Krcunović. In Beethoven’s Egmont, a set of incidental music pieces […]

Posted by bgf on 29. 4. 2020

Gabriel Feltz – Musician In Lockdown

Aid to a Serbian Family On this occasion I would like to send a report from Dortmund, at a time when the whole world is in a state of emergency due to the Corona virus. The concerts I was supposed to conduct were suddenly all canceled! Over the last 20 years I have always been […]

Posted by bgf on 27. 4. 2020

Virtual Mini Concert on Belgrade Philharmonic’s YouTube Channel

As part of our online season, the Belgrade Philharmonic is preparing something very exclusive this Friday, a mini concert featuring Gabriel Feltz, Tijana Milošević and Nemanja Stanković. Although separated by a distance of 1,200 kilometers between Dortmund and Belgrade, the musicians are “meeting” in virtual space, which the audience will be able to hear on […]

Posted by bgf on 22. 4. 2020

Audio Wednesday – Beethoven, Strauss

Audio Wednesday will relive one of the Belgrade Philharmonic’s best and most critically acclaimed performances. This concert, performed by the Belgrade Philharmonic and Maestro Feltz at Kolarac Hall on October 25, 2019, was characterized by the world’s leading classical music website Bachtrack as an “event that will be remembered for a long time.”  The program […]

Posted by bgf on 22. 4. 2020