Concerts That Marked the Weekend: Bomsori Kim, Manuel López-Gómez, RTS Orchestra, Novi Sad Chamber Ensemble

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The weekend in Belgrade was marked by concerts within the 54th BEMUS.

 

On Saturday 5 November, the RTS Symphony Orchestra, conductor Manuel and violinist Bomsori Kim performed in the Kolarac Endowment Concert Hall. To the delight of the audience, they performed compositions by Tchaikovsky, Bruch and Dvořák.

 

Highly successful performances in North and Latin America, Europe, Asia and Australia with numerous symphony orchestras and philharmonics cemented Venezuelan conductor Manuel López-Gómez’ reputation as a visionary, who inspires others with his work. In addition to concerts, Manuel López-Gómez is active in operas as well.

 

Bomsori Kim has performed at numerous concert venues worldwide, including Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center in New York. She is the winner of the 62nd ARD International Music Competition (ARD – the German state television from Munich) as well as a multitude of other international awards. Bomsori Kim was born in South Korea. She graduated from Seoul National University and earned her Master of Music Degree and Artist Diploma at the Juilliard School, where she studied with Sylvia Rosenberg and Ronald Copes. She plays on a Guarnerius violin from 1725, on extended loan through the generous efforts of The Samsung Foundation of Culture of Korea and The Stradivari Society of Chicago, Illinois.   

 

On Sunday 6 November, a concert was held in the Belgrade Philharmonic Hall by the renowned Novi Sad Chamber Ensemble, whose lineup includes distinguished Serbian artists: Rita Kinka (piano), Laura Levai-Aksi (flute), Sanja Romić (oboe), Nikola Ćirić (horn), Nemanja Mihailović (bassoon), Aleksandar Tasić (clarinet). The programme consisted of the following works: Richard Strauss – ‘Till Eulenspiegel’, for Wind Quintet and Piano, Op. 28, Andrey Rubtsov – Matisse Sextet, Francis Poulenc – Sextet for Piano and Winds, FP 100.

 

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