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” […]

A Century of Idols: Lavish Spanish and Latin Rhythms 

On Friday night’s concert on May 17th, the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra will showcase the repertoire of rich tapestry of Latin Rhythms. Under the baton of Gerald Karni and joined by violist Boris Brezovac and cellist Daniel Müller–Schott, the orchestra will perform Don Quixote by Strauss, alongside Debussy’s Ibéria and Márquez’s Danzón. The vibrant essence of […]

Csaba Asbóth

I am extremely proud to be a member of the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra and I am thankful for the opportunity to work with such exceptional musicians in a beautiful and friendly atmosphere. I am happy to have found my love and another home in Serbia.   Csaba Aszbót was born in 1981 in Sárvár, Hungary. […]

Posted by bgf on 30. 4. 2024

Richard Wheeler, principal trombone

Born in Liverpool United Kingdom, Richard Wheeler began trombone lessons in school when he was nine years old. Following success as a soloist in local music festivals, he was later awarded a scholarship to study at the Junior department of the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester from the age of 13 until 16, whilst […]

Posted by Simple Task on 10. 12. 2019

Igor Ranković, bass trombone

Orchestra member since 1 September 1996   I take special pride in having played with the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra for twenty years.   I am passionate about cars and travelling around the globe, and also a father of three little girls.   Biography:   Igor Ranković was born in Belgrade, on 16 July 1975. He […]

Posted by bgf on 8. 2. 2016

Kornél Pápista, tuba

Orchestra member since 2000   I take special pride in working with my colleagues in the Belgrade Philharmonic brass quintet Brass Sense.   Privately, I am a musician living in Novi Sad, who travels 70 km every day to Belgrade for rehearsals, carrying a large instrument. I am also interested in photography and 3D animation. […]

Posted by bgf on 8. 2. 2016