Macedonian Philharmonic invites to another exciting concert of beautiful music and excellent soloists! Symphony concert “Violin bravura” will be held on February 23rd in the Army Hall at 8 pm, and as soloist will perform one of the finest violinist in the country, Sihana Badivuku.
The program includes virtuoso “Tzigane” and Introduction and Rondocapricioso by French music masters Maurice Ravel and Camille Saint-Saens.
First time guest in Macedonia is extraordinary conductor So Avatzugi from Japan, the winner of the Macedonian Philharmonic award at the conductors contest “Lovro von Matacic.”
Under his baton, the Macedonian Philharmonic Orchestra will perform the premiere of the work “Endless Now” by Macedonian influential composer Ilija Pejovski, which marks the 70th anniversary of his birth, and the lyrical “Symphony in C” by Georges Bizet.
Another exciting concert for children on Saturday, February 18th at Army Hall at noon!
Do not miss "The Dream of the Witch" with the Macedonian Philharmonic Orchestra under the batton of maestro Borjan Canev!
Animator again will be children’s favorite actor, Martin Jordanovski.
The story of a witch who dreams of becoming good and loved by everyone, will be accompanied by the beautiful music of Strauss, Saint-Saens, Dvorak, Grieg, Mussorgsky, Prokofiev.
“Paris I love you” is the title of the Valentine concert of the Macedonian Philharmonic Orchestra. It is scheduled for Tuesday, February 14th at 8 pm in the Macedonian opera and ballet.
The program includes popular French chansons which sang Edith Piaf, Yves Montand, Joe Dassin, Michel Legrand...
As a vocalist will perform popular Hungarian jazz vocalist Myrtill Micheller, under the batton of Borjan Canev, orchestrations of Emin Dzijan, directed by Dejan Proshev and poetry of the French poet Jacques Prevert will be read by actor Vasil Zafircev.
The Macedonian Philharmonic Orchestra on February 2nd at the Army Hall will hold a symphony concert titled "Poetry and Drama", which will be dedicated to one of the most prominent Macedonian musicians, the prematurely deceased conductor Sasa Nikolovski-Gjumar (1966-2017).
The concert, as the Macedonian Philharmonic informed, will bring complex music and superb performance. Under the baton of maestro Emil Tabakov from Bulgaria, the orchestra will perform the “Tannhauser overture”, Prelude and death from "Tristan and Isolde" by German composer Richard Wagner.
Soloist of the concert will be one of the most outstanding young Macedonian pianists Dino Imeri, who will perform the famous "Fantasy on Hungarian Folk Tunes and "Tottentanz" by Hungarian pianist and composer Franz Liszt.
“Grotesque” is the title of the concert with film music of Russian authors that the Macedonian Philharmonic Orchestra will perform on January 26th at 8 pm at the Army Hall. Under the batton of maestro Emil Tabakov from Bulgaria, the orchestra for the first time on the Macedonian music scene will perform two very attractive works - Alfred Schnittke’s Gogol Suite and The Gadfly Suite op. 97a by Dmitri Shostakovich.
The music of Russian-German composer Alfred Schnittke (1934-1998) radiates tension. He can convey the emotion of conflict and intrigue, and exactly this is typical in the Gogol Suite, which is trying to paint the great Russian writer and that on its premiere achieved great success. Actually, the music of Schnittke is described by the critics as the best portraying of the works of Gogol.
The Gadfly orchestra suite of the Russian composer Dmitri Shostakovich, is created for the Russian movie with the same title (1955), based on the novel of the English writer and musician Ethel Lilian Voynich, and directed by Aleksandr Faintsimmer and Iosif Shapiro. The film achieved huge popularity in the Former USSR.