Belgrade Symphony Orchestra
Belgrade Symphony Orchestra is a young and dynamic symphony orchestra, founded in January 2014 in Belgrade. This orchestra developed from love and dedication towards music of it’s members. From the very beginning Belgrade Symphony positioned itself as a high quality orchestra, which is draining it’s artistic achievements from balanced combination of talent, youth energy and hard work, guided by it’s chief conductor Radan Jovanović. Members of this orchestra are chosen on a basis of their interest towards achieving high artistic results trough modern interpretative goals, and also by mutual respect and friendship.
During its first four seasons orchestra realized concerts in Belgrade, in Kolarac Hall, Student Cultural Center, Madlenianum Theatre, Novi Sad Synagogue , Serbian National Theatre in Novi Sad, and also performed at festivals “Festum” in Belgrade, “Isidor Bajić Memorial” in Novi Sad, “Classic Fest” in Pančevo, “Marble and Sounds” in Aranđelovac, International competition “Lazar Jovanović” in Belgrade and European Youth Music Festival in Neerpelt (Belgium). In competitive part of festival in Neerpelt orchestra won 1st place in it’s category. Orchestra performed with soloist including Konstantin Bogino (piano), Lovre Marušić (piano), Levon Avagyan (piano), Anna Ulaieva (piano), Dušan Kostić (double bass), Igor Lazić (french horn), Mikhail Rappoport (violin and conductor), Martin Malmgren (piano).
Orchestra repertoire includes works of classical music from baroque to contemporary music, and also includes film music. In 2018 Orchestra program included Belgrade premiere of Karl Nielsen’s Symphony No. 2, Concerts of Hollywood film music from second part of twentieth century, and concert of only J. S. Bach instrumental concertos.