As part of our online season, the Belgrade Philharmonic is preparing something very exclusive this Friday, a mini concert featuring Gabriel Feltz, Tijana Milošević and Nemanja Stanković. Although separated by a distance of 1,200 kilometers between Dortmund and Belgrade, the musicians are “meeting” in virtual space, which the audience will be able to hear on our YouTube Channel on April 24, from 8:00 p.m.

Our chief conductor will again play the role of pianist, who, together with Tijana and Nemanja, will play the 2nd movement of the Triple Concerto for Violin, Cello, and Piano by Ludwig van Beethoven, originally scheduled for Kolarac Hall on April 24 and the NOMUS festival in Novi Sad the following day. Not wanting to leave the audience without music, they will play a part of this composition, only this time without the orchestra.

You can see the announcement for the virtual concerts here:

After this virtual performance, as part of our online season on Fridays on YouTube, follows a program from the Pandemonium series and the world premiere of Ian Wilson’s composition Socrates Ungraved. The composer gave a new vision of Erik Satie’s work in a version for violin, chamber orchestra, and narrators. The Belgrade Philharmonic’s violinist Dušica Mladenović played the role of soloist and was joined on the stage by actors Đorđe Živadinović Grgur and Mihajlo Jovanović. This new version was directed by Vlatko Ilić. Almost a century after Satie’s Socrates based on Plato’s dialogues, Irish composer Ian Wilson made this cover version for solo violin, chamber orchestra, and narrators.