RTS Choir and maestro Marc Korovitch on October 27 in the Kolarac Concert Hall
Get to know the pearls of German choral literature! The Radio Television of Serbia Choir invites you to a concert that will be held in the Kolarac Concert Hall, on October 27, at 8 p.m. The program includes works by Anton Bruckner, Johannes Brahms, Felix Mendelssohn and Max Reger. The choir will be conducted by Marc Korovitch, a conductor from France.
Marc Korovitch is one of the leading conductors of his generation. Since 2014 he engaged as conductor of the Chœur de Radio-France and the Choeur accentus. He is appointed choir master of the Jeune Chœur de Paris in 2017, of the Swedish Radio choir since the season 2018-2019 and the musical director of the Orchestre Colonne from September 2022. He also works actively with the Coro de la comunidad de Madrid and the Choir of Croatian Radio and Television. In 2011 he became the youngest guest conductor of the Concerto Colonne Chamber Orchestra, with whom he performed in many European countries. He also works actively as an orchestra conductor, and has collaborated with prominent artists, such as Gustavo Dudamel, Daniele Gatti, Thomas Zehetmair, Sir Simon Rattle and others. He is engaged as a professor of conducting at the Regional Conservatory in Paris and organizes numerous masterclasses throughout Europe.
Tickets on sale at the box office of the Kolarac endowment.