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Belgrade Philharmonic Concert in Smederevo fortress
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Belgrade Philharmonic Concert in Smederevo fortress

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Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra will perform in Smederevska fortress on Tuesday, 21 June, International Day of music.

The International Day of Music, in a small town Smederevac despot Djuradj Brankovic fortress for eight days preparing an extraordinary musical experience. Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra will play in full-length program of popular classical music.

The program includes Rimsky-Korsakov, Hristic Konjović, Borodin, Mussorgsky, Blagojevic, Khachaturian. In addition to these great men, were left for an encore and Binički Bernstein.

The orchestra of 86 members dirigovaće Darko Butorac, and will perform as guests of the City Women's Choir Kir Stefan the Serb.

Local government is, on this occasion, today announced a press conference to be held in the small town of Smederevo fortress on Thursday, which among others will participate director "of the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra" Ivan Tasovac.

Smederevo, as the main sponsor of the concert, allow the free entrance for all visitors.

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