Among other things, Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 4, was performed on the famous marathon of Beethoven’s compositions in 1807, and it was played by the author himself. After a hiatus of several years, Aleksandar Madžar, the most successful Serbian pianist of international repute, will perform at a concert of the Belgrade Philharmonic. The second movement of Beethoven’s concerto is one of the most beautiful in music literature and is linked to the story of Orpheus and Eurydice: the scene in which Orpheus is in hell and seeking Eurydice, is one of the pinnacles of Beethoven’s creative work, both in the artistic sense and in terms of virtuosity. In the concert program, this composition lies between a stylistically related and a completely different piece of work: Schubert’s excerpts from the play Rosamunde and Prokofiev’s Seventh Symphony.