FRANCESCO TRISTANO AND THE RTS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
The world-renowned pianist of classical and electronic music, Francesco Tristano, and the Symphony Orchestra of Radio Television of Serbia, led by maestro Bojan Sudjic, will perform a spectacle on the occasion of the opening of the new Kombank Hall on 27 April, at 20:00. A limited number of tickets for this event is on sale from Friday, 23 March, at all Eventim ticketing offices.
The unusual combination of classical sound of the RTS Symphony Orchestra and Francesco Tristano will provide an unforgettable experience of music. One of the biggest musical compositions in the country, the RTS Symphony Orchestra, which represents the pillar of culture, will perform with a pianist who entered the techno world, and is considered one of the most original electronic musicians of his generation.
Besides being a piano master, Francesco Tristano has a very successful career as a DJ. He is one of the rare performers that attracts the audience, both in the club scene and in classical concert halls.
The RTS Symphony Orchestra was founded in 1937 as one of the largest musical compositions in the country, and now, almost 80 years later, the orchestra is one of the most prominent symphonic compositions, not only in Serbia, but also in the region. In the last 10 years, the RTS Symphony Orchestra is conducted by Bojan Sudjic, a famous maestro who has won numerous domestic and international acknowledgments and awards.
The concert organiser is Kombank Hall in cooperation with “Lovefest”. After the great success of the first edition of “Lovefest Experience” event, Lovefest continues to collaborate with the most famous musicians of today and participates in the realisation of music events that, at first glance, merge incompatible genres, directions and ensembles.
The renovated Hall of the Trade Union Hall will open its door to visitors on 27 April, under the new name – Kombank Hall. In cooperation with Komercijalna banka, a cult place on Nikola Pasic Square has gained a new visual identity, which will be modernised and adapted to the latest world standards.