Nemanja Radulović, the Belgrade Philharmonic, and conductor Daniel Raiskin gave us an evening to remember on February 2, 2022. A 15-minute standing ovation resounded through Kolarac Hall following the stunning performance of Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto. Nemanja Radulović rewarded the enthusiastic audience with an infinitely charming encore, which he performed together with the Philharmonic’s double bassist Boban Stošić, presenting an impressive mix of ethno melodies in which the audience also participated.

Nemanja Radulović, the Belgrade Philharmonic, and Maestro Raiskin excelled in performing the most beautiful violin concerto of all time. The audience listened breathlessly to the exciting, lively, and emotional interpretation of the unique musical soul that is Nemanja Radulović.

The unforgettable concert was opened by Andate moderato for Strings by Florence Price and concluded by Beethoven’s Symphony Number 1. Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic, members of the Serbian Government, Belgrade Mayor Zoran Radojčić, and representatives of the diplomatic corps attended this central event of the Belgrade Philharmonic’s concert season.