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Klassische Musik, Oper, Ballett und Tanz in Belgrade, Serbien

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Belgrade boys star in an unusual Carl Stamitz concerto

The Belgrade Philharmonic gave Ana Sokolovic's Concerto for Orchestra a fine performance; two soloists from the orchestra entertained in a Stamitz concerto, and a gripping Brahms First Symphony concluded a splendid concert.
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Uroš Lajovic brings out the best of the Belgrade Phil

Robert Lakatos proved to be an ideal soloist in Korngold's Violin Concerto and Uroš Lajovic conducted a poised, atmospheric Italian Symphony in Belgrade.
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Oboe concertos from Gvantseladze and the Belgrade Philharmonic

Giya Kancheli's stunning oboe concerto Childhood Revisited was given as a tribute to the memory of the recently deceased composer in an intriguing and enjoyable concert.
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Krylov and the Belgrade Phil: a fine partnership in Beethoven

Howard Griffiths conducts a rich, glowing performance of Schumann's Fourth Symphony in the second half of a heart-warming concert.
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Cheerful Beethoven, intense Berlioz from Belgrade

Marc Piollet and the Belgrade Philharmonic presented a poised, happy Beethoven 1 contrasting with an intense performance of Berlioz' Symphonie fantastique
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Andrey Baranov's powerful Shostakovich with the Belgrade Philharmonic

Andrey Baranov's stunning performance of Shostakovich's harrowing Violin concerto no. 1 with Daniel Raiskin and the Belgrade Philharmonic overshadowed the other items in the programme.
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