Sergei Nakariakov, one of the best trumpet players in the world, will perform again with the Belgrade Philharmonic, at Kolarac Hall, on Friday, January 18, at 8:00 p.m. Under the direction of Former Chief Conductor Uroš Lajovic, the orchestra will perform works by Haydn, Arutiunian and Hindemith.
Sergei Nakariakov has shifted the boundaries of the trumpet and its role in classical music. After performing at the Finnish festival when he was only 13, he was dubbed the Paganini on the trumpet. His repertoire includes not only a whole spectrum of original literature for the trumpet, but he constantly keeps extending it, looking always for new modes of musical expression. This famous trumpeter appeared with the Belgrade Philharmonic in 2010. On this occasion he will perform the Trumpet Concerto by Armenian composer Grigori Arutiunian.
The unusual concert program will open with Symphony No. 44 (Trauer) by Joseph Haydn – the guardian of classical tradition, and will be crowned by a great premiere on the local scene, performed by the Belgrade Philharmonic for the first time: “The Symphony of the World” (Die Harmonie der Welt) by Paul Hindemith, one of the greatest scientists among the composers of the 20th century. One hundred standing tickets will be on sale at the Kolarac Box Office, from 7:00 p.m., one an hour before the concert.