The Philharmonic Orchestra will hold a concert titled “Will I Wake Up Again” on Thursday (October 17th) at 8 pm featuring works by Debussy, Copeland and Kolarovski.
The title is extracted from Goce Kolarovski’s vocal cycle (1959-2006), whose “Symphony” will be part of the program of this concert. With it performance, the Philharmonic will mark the 60th anniversary of the birth of this famous Macedonian composer. Kolarovski’s musical opus is authentic and recognizable and is dominated by a subtle expression that skilfully revolves around contemporary aesthetics built on interesting consonants. The sound in Kolarovski’s works is almost always interspersed with a mystique, specific orchestration and a particular emphasis on dynamics and musical color. The symphony for orchestra, soloist and ensemble baritones is his graduation work, and he can experience sprouts of what he will later develop in his work as an authentic musical expression and language. Vladimir Sazdovski will perform as a soloist in the performance of this work, as well as the baritone ensemble at the ProArs chorus. Under the baton of the maestro Saso Tatarchevski will be performed at the concert by Aaron Copland’s Clarinet and Orchestra Concert performed by the exceptional Spanish clarinetist Pablo Baragan. Criticism says that the clarinet under Baragan’s fingers gets a specific sensual color and that he possesses a powerful and seductive technique that gives this instrument a special power.