The Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra and Chief Conductor Gabriel Feltz, who will also be appearing as the pianist, will demonstrate what magic sounds like when translated into music on Friday, 2 February (Kolarac, 8pm). The programme of the evening includes Dukas’ L’apprentice sourcier, Beethoven’s Ghost Piano Trio, Williams’ Harry Potter and Wagner’s The Flying Dutchman.

“Do you believe in ghosts? If you don’t, you will think again after this concert, because they bring the water (Dukas), summon the silence (Beethoven), use magic wands (Williams) and bring storms (Wagner)”, Chief Conductor Gabrijel Feltz explains.

The extraordinary twist in the midst of the most popular symphonic pieces will be the chamber sound of Beethoven’s Piano trio Ghost, in which the Chief Conductor will also introduce himself as the pianist, accompanied by the BPO musicians – Concertmaster Tijana Milošević and the principal cellist Nemanja Stanković.

By playing L’apprentice sourcier, used in Disney’s legendary film Fantasia starring Mickey Mouse, the popular Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, which will also be enjoyed by adults this time, and the legend on the seafarer condemned to eternally wander the seas, the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra will combine composers of completely different eras. A hundred standing tickets will be available an hour ahead of the concert (from 7pm) at the Kolarac Ticket Office.