"Impressions" is the title of the symphonic concert of the Macedonian Philharmonic Orchestra which will be held on November 3rd in the Army Hall at 8 pm. As a soloist will perform Mojca Zlobko Vajgl from Slovenia, one of the most respected harpists not only in her country and within the regions of the former Yugoslavia, but with a rich international career as a soloist and as vigorous chamber musician. Mojca Zlobko Vajgl will carry out the impressive sacred and profane dances of Claude Debussy, and Introduction and allegro of Maurice Ravel.
Under the baton of maestro Borjan Canev, this evening will also be performed two dances from the ballet "Estancia" op.8 of Argentinean composer Alberto Ginastera, as well as the Carmen suite of Rodion Shchedrin.
Macedonian Philharmonic with the performance of a piece of Ginastera is joining the anniversary - 100 years of the birth of one of the most important Argentinian composers and Latin American musicians of the 20th century.
Due to illness, pianist Lukas Vondrachek canceled his visit in Skopje so the symphonic concert of the Macedonian Philharmonic Orchestra, which will be held on October 27th in the Army at 8 pm, entitled "Rhapsody", will be performed by the ultimate piano player from Serbia with an enviable international career, Tamara Stefanovich.
Pianist Tamara Stefanovich who is performing in all reknown concert halls in the world, working closely with top conductors such as Esa-Pekka Salonen and Vladimir Ashkenazy, will play the attractive Piano Concerto no. 21 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Macedonian Philharmonic Orchestra will perform under the baton of impressive maestro Jeruham Sharovski of Israel, and the program includes the attractive Overture from the opera "Ruslan and Ludmilla" by Mikhail Glinka, and the First Symphony by Dmitri Shostakovich, a work that made the Russian music composer popular beyond his country.
Concert of the Philharmonic marking the 80th anniversary of the birth of composer Aleksandar Dzambazov will be held this Thursday, April 14th at the Army Hall at 8 pm.
Aleksandar Dzambazov (03/02/1936, Stapar) is recognized as the father of the children’s song festival "Golden Nightingale'', for 37 years conductor of the Dance Orchestra of MRTV, arranger and author of pop, mass and choral works, orchestral works, film and theater music. With his work he leaves an indelible trace in the development of Macedonian music from the second half of the 20th century in several of its genres.
The program of the concert brings a small selection from his rich diversity, ranging from popular hits "Samo ti”, unforgettable blues"Da nema razdelbi'', latent tango "Ljubov neverna'' and"Glaebi beli","Doviduvanje","Detstvo","Ohrid i jas". His affinity for jazz is even more apparent in compositions written for the Dance Orchestra of MRTV as "Jugosaund'', "Balada za Shpato'', "Reminiscencija", "Charli" and others. For the first time "Seven Dance Variations" for piano and orchestrawill be performed.
Before the concert SOCOM prizes will be officially awarded: "Trajko Prokopiev" (Lifetime Achievement Award), "Georgi Bozikov" (for best performance of a piece by a Macedonian author) and "Pance Peshev" (for best work by a Macedonian author).
Under the baton of maestro Sasa Nikolovski-Gjumar accompanied by the Macedonian Philharmonic as vocal soloists will feature prominent figures from the Macedonian music scene: Adrijana Janevska, Nade Talevska, Nina Janeva, Saso Gigov - Gish, Igor Mitrovic, Aleksandar Tarabunov, and as piano soloist - Dino Imeri.
Host of the program will be Igor Dzambazov.
The project that is part of the 39th Days of Macedonian Music, is financially supported by the Macedonian Philharmonic Orchestra.
Entrance is free.