ALESSANDRO CRUDELE AND KATARINA STANKOVIC AT THE NEW “PREMIERE” CONCERT
At the new concert from the “Premiere” cycle, in the 2019/2020 season, which will be held on February 13, at 8 pm, in the Great Hall of the Kolarac Endowment, the main guest conductor of the RTS Symphony Orchestra, Alessandro Crudele, will be introduced to the audience. The most versatile Italian conductors of today.
The premiere at the concert is a composition by Anastazis Lazar Djordjevic, inspired by a 14th-century Byzantine fresco, located in the Church of the Holy Savior in Hora, Constantinople. According to the composer, “On it was presented precisely Anastasis, that is, Christ’s descent into the hall of hell for the salvation of the souls of the righteous.”
The same evening, the young harpist Katarina Stankovic, selected at the RTS Music Production competition Mladi i uspesni, will be introduced to the audience. She will perform as a soloist in the Harper Concerto and Albert Zabel Orchestra, considered as one of the most significant concerts of the harpist’s repertoire.
In addition to the aforementioned two parts, the RTS Symphony Orchestra will also perform Franz Schubert’s Ninth Symphony, known as “The Great”. This piece is considered to be the most innovative part of this creator and is still on the repertoire of various orchestra ensembles.