Flutist Stana Krstajić will hold a concert at the Belgrade Philharmonic Hall, together with pianists Ljiljana Borota and Kristijan Knebel, on Monday, April 15 at 8 pm. Under the name of Schubertiade, the musicians will play a selection of works for flute, piano, as well as piano for four hands, by Franz Schubert.

The two pianists frequently perform as the Borota-Knebel duo, which they founded in 1990 at the Music Academy in Trossingen. Ljiljana Borota, originally from Belgrade, and Christian Knebel, a native of Stuttgart, discovered their shared affinity for playing with four hands during their piano studies. The development of this duo was enabled and enriched by working with many prominent musicians and pedagogues, including Stana Krstajić, the Belgrade Philharmonic’s principal flutist.

The program:

Variations on the original theme with introduction in B-major (1818). Op. posth. 82, No. 2 (D698A) for four-hand piano

Songs for flute and piano (1870), arrangement by Theobald Rhoem (1794-1881)

“Good Night” and “The Linden Tree” (from “Winter Journey”)

Arpeggione Sonata A-minor for flute and piano

Allegro in A-minor four-hand duo “Storms of Life” (1828) D. 947, Op.144