09 Bemus / 1977

7 October, 8 PM, Trade Union Hall
FORMAL OPENING
BELGRADE PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
RTB MIXED AND CHILDREN’S CHOIRS
THE „BANATUL“ CHOIR OF THE TIMISOARA PHILHARMONIC – ROMANIA
Conductor: ŽIVOJIN ZDRAVKOVIĆ
Soloists:
Sheila Armstrong, Soprano
Kenneth Bowen, Tenor
John Shirley-Quirk, Baritone

Benjamin Briiten: War Requiem


8 October, 7 PM, National Theatre
OPERA COMPANY OF THE NATIONAL THEATRE IN BELGRADE
Conductor: BOGDAN BABIĆ
Choreography: Vera Kostić
Choirmaster: Slobodan Krstić
Production Design: Vladimir Marenić
Costume Design: Ljiljana Dragović

Aida
An Opera in 4 Acts
Music by Giuseppe Verdi
Libretto by Antonio Gislanzoni
Translated by Stanislav Binički

CAST
King of Egypt – Aleksandar Đokić
Amneris, his daughter – Elena Obraztsova
Aida, an Ethiopian slave – Seta del Grande
Radames, Egyptian general – Ruggiero Orofino
Ramphis, an Egyptian archpriest – Aleksandar Veselinović
Amonasro, Ethiopian king, father to Aida – Vladeta Dimitrijević
A messenger – Toma Jovanović
A priestess – Dubravka Zubović
Corps de Ballet (the Ballet Company of the National Theatre in Belgrade)
Concertmasters: S. Grbić and B. Varga


9 October, 11 PM, Fresco Gallery
THE „DR VOJISLAV VUČKOVIĆ“ YOUTH CHOIR
Choirmaster: Radojica Milosavljević

Johann Sebastian Bach: Dona nobis pacem

Orlando di Lasso: Jubilate deo
Orlando di Lasso: Oh, My Beloved Eyes!

Tomás Luis da Vittoria: Et incarnatus est

Claudio Monteverdi: My Suffering

Giovanni Battista Donati: Gagliarda

Giovanni Giacomo Gastoldi: Pleasure
Giovanni Giacomo Gastoldi: Balleto

Thomas Morley: Sing me and Chant it

Stevan Stojanović Mokranjac: Akathistos
Stevan Stojanović Mokranjac: I Sing to Thee
Stevan Stojanović Mokranjac: Cherubic Hymn

Marko Tajčević: Fourth Spiritual Verse (Sing to Him a New Song)

Josip Slavenski: The Autumn Nights

Radomir Petrović: The Wedding Repartees

Rajko Maksimović: When Hunger Prevailed

Marko Kuzmanović: The Troyanats Kolo


9 October, 8 PM, Kolarac Hall
THE “VILNUS” QUARTET
Audronė Vainiūnaitė, First violin
Petras Kunca, Second violin
Donatas Katkus, Viola
Augustinas Vasiliauskas, Cello

Dmitri Shostakovich: String Quartet No. 1 in C major, Op. 49
Moderato
Moderato
Allegro molto
Allegro

Vytautas Barakauskas: String Quartet No. 1

Johannes Brahms: String Quartet No. 2 in A minor, Op. 51 No. 2
Allegro non troppo
Andante moderato
Quasi Minuetto, moderato
Finale. Allegro non assai


9 October, 10.30 PM, Atrium of the National Museum
SRETEN KRSTIĆ, Violin

Johann Sebastian Bach: Violin sonata No. 1 in G Minor, BWV 1001

Eugène Ysaÿe: Sonata Op. 27, No. 3 in D minor – “Ballad”

Niccolò Paganini: Introduction and Variations on the theme of the “Nel cor più non mi sento” by G. Paisiello


10 October, 8 PM, Kolarac Hall
RAI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Conductor: GABRIELE FERRO

Luigi Cherubini: Symphony in D Major

Felix Mendelssohn: Symphony No. 5 in D Major, Op. 107 – “The Reformation Symphony”


11 October, 10.30 PM, Atrium of the National Museum
THE “PRO MUSICA” CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
Conductor: ĐURA JAKŠIĆ
FERN RAŠKOVIĆ, Violin

Johann Sebastian Bach: Overture No. 1 in C Major BWV 1066
Johann Sebastian Bach: The Brandenburg Concerto no. 3 in G Major BWV 1048

Josip Slavenski: Suite for String Orchestra
Josip Slavenski: A Yugoslav Song and Dance
Josip Slavenski: The Balkan Suite for String Orchestra


12 October, 8 PM, National Theatre
THE FELIX BLASKA BALLET COMPANY
Choreographic Work by FELIX BLASKA
Production Design: Manuel Bernard
Costume Design: Bernadette Mouza
Ballet Ensemble:
Shéri Alley
Cécile Louvel
Diana Tidswell
Lynne Wimmer
Félix Blaska
Dario R. Gianni
Julien Le Hoangan
John Malashok
Musical cooperation by Katia Labeque (piano), Marielle Labeque (piano), Elise Ross (soprano), Michel Portal (clarinet)

“Schubertiade”
Music by F. Schubert
Choreography by L. Wimmer, Sh. Alley, C. Louvel

“Quattre pieces”
Music by A. Berg
Choreography by Félix Blaska

“Fantasiestücke”
Music by R. Schumann
Choreography by Félix Blaska

“Tu es cela” (“It’s you”)
Music, Song, Text and Choreography by Félix Blaska


12 October, 8 PM, Kolarac Hall
BELGRADE TRIO
Andreja Preger, Piano
Aleksandar Pavlović, Violin
Viktor Jakovčić, Cello

Ludwig van Beethoven: Trio in D Major, Op. 70 No. 1

Slobodan Atanacković: Figurazioni innocenti su una musica appassionata

Antonín Dvořák: Trio No. 3 in F Minor, Op. 65


13 October, 8 PM, Kolarac Hall
THE RTB SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Conductor: MLADEN JAGUŠT
FERN RAŠKOVIĆ, Violin

Josip Slavenski: Balkanophony

Dmitri Shostakovich: Concerto for Violin and Orchestra No. 1 in A Minor, Op. 77 (Op. 99)

Alexander Borodin: Symphony No. 2 in B Minor


13 October, 10.30, Atrium of the National Museum

THE SLOVENIAN OCTET
Jože Kores and Danilo Čadež, First tenors
Božo Grošelj and Peter Ambrož, Second tenors
Tone Kozlovčar and Andrej Štrukelj, Baritones
Marijan Štefančič and Peter Čare, Basses

Iacobus Gallus: Ascendit Deus
Iacobus Gallus: Ecce quomodo moritur iustus
Iacobus Gallus: Currit parvus lepolus
Iacobus Gallus: Quam pulchra est amica mea
Iacobus Gallus: Magnum misterium

Franz Schubert: Love

Edward Grieg: Jag lagde mi (I Lied Down)

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: The Lord’s Prayer

Antonín Dvořák: The Feast

Harald Genzmer: The Roman Toasts

Fran Gerbič: The Rosemary

Anton Foerster: Monster

Anton Lajovic: Flax

Marijan Gabrijelčič: The Wind in the Field

Alojz Srebotnjak: The Kraško Village

Karol Pahor: Servant Yernei’s Prayer

Negro Spirituals:
Deep River
Whiteness
Nobody Knows
Go Down Moses
You Better Mind


14 October, 8 PM, Kolarac Hall

THE ACADEMY OF ST. MARTIN IN THE FIELDS CHAMBER ENSEMBLE
Iona Brown, Violin – Malcolm Latchem, Violin
Stephen Shingles, Viola – Anthony Jenkins, Viola
Kenneth Heath, Cello – Denis Vigay, Cello

Luigi Boccherini: Quintet in C Major Op. 37 No. 7

Johannes Brahms: String Sextet No. 1 in B flat Major Op. 18

Felix Mendelssohn: String Octet in E flat Major Op. 20


14 October, 10.30 PM, Atrium of the National Museum
CONSTANTINE (COSTAS) COTSIOLIS, guitar

Francis Cutting: Green Sleeves

John Dowland: The Earl of Essex Galliard

Alonso Mudarra: Fantasia X

Johann Sebastian Bach: Prelude (IV suite pour luth) BWV 1006a

Isaac Albéniz: Mallorca

Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco: Tarantella

Jorge Gómez Crespo: Nortena

Antonio Lauro: 2 Valses Venezolanos

Mikis Theodorakis: Epitafios No. 3, 4

Federico Moreno-Torroba: Burgalesa
Federico Moreno-Torroba: Nocturno
Federico Moreno-Torroba: Sonatina

Agustín Barrios: El ultimo cancion (The Last Song)

Leo Brouwer: Quatres ètudes
Leo Brouwer: Danza caracteristica
Leo Brouwer: Elogio de la danza


15 October, 8 PM, Kolarac Hall

OLD MUSIC OF INDIA
Ravi Shankar, Sitar
Ala Rakha, Tabla


15 October, 10.30 PM, Atrium of the National Museum
OLIVERA ĐURĐEVIĆ, Harpsichord

English Virginalists

William Byrd: Pavane. The Earl of Salisbury
William Byrd: A Gigg
William Byrd: Wolsey’s Wilde

John Bull: A Gigge. Doctor Bull’s my selfe

Orlando Gibbons: A Maske

Giles Farnaby: His Rest
Giles Farnaby: His Humour
Giles Farnaby: A Toy

John Mundy: Munday’s Joy

Benjamin Cosyn: Filliday floutes me

Anonymous:
Corranto
Daunce
Muscadin

Martin Peerson: The Primerose
Martin Peerson: The Fall of the Leafe

György Ligeti: Continuum

Enriko Josif: Canzonna Bergamasca

Vuk Kulenović: Bucolics

Primož Ramovš: Three Preludes


16 October, 11 AM, Fresco Gallery
TRADITIONAL FOLK MUSIC


16 October, 8 PM, Kolarac Hall
BELGRADE CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
Conductor and soloist: HENRYK SZERYNG, Violin
JOVAN KOLUNDŽIJA, Violin

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in G Major No. 3, K 216

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in A Major No. 5, K 219

Johann Sebastian Bach: Concerto for Two Violins and Orchestra in D Minor BWV, 1043


17 October, 8 PM, Kolarac Hall
THE TOKYO METROPOLITAN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Conductor: AKEO WATANABE
SHIZUKA ISHIKAWA, Violin

Hector Berlioz: Overture Op. 9 – “The Roman Carnival”

Toru Takemitsu: Requiem for Strings

Felix Mendelssohn: Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in E Minor, Op. 64

Jean Sibelius: Symphony No. 2 in D Major, Op. 43


17 October, 10.30 PM, Kolarac Hall
HENRYK SZERYNG, Violin

Evening of Sonatas


18 October, 10.30 PM, Atrium of the National Museum
THE “SAINT SOFIA” CHAMBER ENSEMBLE
Conductor: TOMA PROŠEV

Dragoslav Ortakov: Eptameron delta

Alojz Srebotnjak: Lamento

Vuk Kulenović: Voces nocturnae III (premiere)

Toma Prošev: The Year of the Lord


19 October, 8 PM, Kolarac Hall
CHOIR AND SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA OF THE YUGOSLAV NATIONAL ARMY
Conductor: ANGEL ŠUREV
Soloists:
Pavica Gvozdić, Piano
Radmila Smiljanić, Soprano
Aleksandra Ivanović, Mezzo soprano
Miroslav Čangalović, Bass

Rudolf Bruči (Brucci): Intrada

Ludwig van Beethoven: Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No. 4 in G major, Op. 58

Rudolf Bruči (Brucci): “Salut au monde – let there be happiness”, Oratorio for Soloists, Narrator, Choir and Orchestra

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