To meet 8. Belgrade Chopin Fest!
In order to gather both the professional and the wider audience and bring to the public the specialty of Frederick Chopin’s creation, Belgrade Chopin Fest presents the pearls of the composer’s opus by the traditional concert of Chopin as an inspiration. As a prelude to the forthcoming 8th edition of the festival, a homage to the Piano poet will be held in the Great Hall of Kolarac, on March 10th, beginning at 11pm, and within the cycle of the Promenade, of the Center for Music of Kolarac. The concert podium will feature prominent instrumentalists, vocal soloists, young talents, and children’s choirs. The audience will be able to hear Chopin’s melodies in interesting and unusual arrangements, written for various instrumental compositions – duets, trios, quartets, then vocals with original texts on Chopin’s themes.
Participants: Children’s Choirs Piccolo – Sremska Mitrovica & Vrapcici – Belgrade;
Milan Dujmović – guitar;
Duets: Tanja Obrenović – mezzosopran & Jelena Šiljeg – piano; Snezana Stankovic – piano & Mileta Stankovic – cello; Dusan Savkovic – clarinet & Kristina Krstic – piano; Sanja Jančić – cello & Ksenija Ristić – piano;
Trios: Artium, Marijana Radosavljevic – vocals, Milan Rakic - clarinet, Marija Radovic – piano;
Tanja Andrijić – sopran, Snežana Stankovic – piano, Mileta Stankovic – cello;
Quartets : Camaleon, Katarina Tesenji Kovačevski-violina, Kornelija Tesenji Stamenković-violina, Ivana Mandić-viola, Dejan Mitrović-violončelo; Maestre, Jelena Vlaovic – flute, Zorica Opacic – tambourine, Milda Kuzminac and Dusanka Gavrilovic – piano
Young talents: Anđela Josifoski – violin, Music School K. Manojlović , piano accompanist Smilja Josifoski;
Nađa Milosavljević and Mihailo Milojević – violins, students Music School Stanković, class prof. Srdjan Ilic
Ballerinas Dunja Mladenović and Tea Stojković – Ballet studio „Kopelia„, Ana Živanović
The organizer of the Festival is the association Kreartiva from Belgrade, and the general sponsor of the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Belgrade with the support of the Secretariat for Culture of the City of Belgrade.