Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra Concert, 21 jun u 20:00 Small Town
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This year Smederevo has the honor to be in a small town place, the central celebration of World Day of Music in Serbia. Sponsor of the event is a town of Smederevo, admission free. On this occasion the Smederevska fortress held a press conference where they said Ivan Tasovac, director of the Belgrade Philharmonic, Predrag Umicevic, Mayor of Smederevo, Milan Ilic, conductor of the choir "Kir Stefan the Serb" and Dragoljub Brothers Martic, v. d. Director JP "Smederevo Fortress". "I can not wait June 21 when we will celebrate the magical ambience of World Music Day" - told reporters, fascinated by the ancient ambience of Smederevo fortress from the 15th century, Ivan Tasovac, director of the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra, and added: I am very much looking forward to a very happy and musicians, the program will be of interest, effective and have a lot of energy and the point is that people enjoy the music. Knowing that the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra has established a program for pre-season, when asked how he came to the organization of this concert in Smederevska fortress Tasovac said it was crucial was tremendous positive energy in the local community. Mayor Predrag Smederevo Umicevic expressed satisfaction that the Smederevo World Music Day will be a music capital of Serbia and invited the audience to 21st June to be part of this magnificent concert. With Darko Butorca, a rising star conductor, the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra in a small town atmosphere of Smederevo fortress to perform some of the most popular part of the Serbian and Russian kompozitora.Osamdeset six members of the orchestra will play compositions of the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra Rimsky-Korsakov, Hristića, Konjovic, Borodin, Mussorgsky, Khachaturian and Blagojevic. The concert will also participate in the City Women's Choir Kir Stefan the Serb from Smederevo. World Music Day is the only international cultural event dedicated to live music izvođenoj. Marks on five continents, in over 110 countries and more than 430 cities in the world. Day of music began to be celebrated the 1982nd in France for several years has turned into one of the biggest cultural events in Europe. Today marks the five continents. From the very beginning the goal of this event was that the music be accessible to a wider audience, for free.
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