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 would like to dedicate to the victims of the recent terrorist attacks in Nice and Vienna. 

Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons, one of the most famous compositions of all time, is ideal for Tijana Milošević, the Belgrade Philharmonic’s first violin, to demonstrate her virtuosity, performing her authentic vision of this masterpiece and showing, together with her fellow strings, the exciting changing of the musical seasons.

In addition to Vivaldi, the Belgrade Philharmonic will also play some of the most beautiful compositions of classical music. The poignant Valse Triste by Finnish composer Jean Sibelius immediately became a firm favorite and this composer’s trademark. The same is true for Samuel Barber and his Adagio for Strings, the most notable achievement of American music literature that is often heard in many films and shows. It is considered one of the saddest compositions and is often performed as a last goodbye or in memory of victims of tragic events.