When Saint George Strings get together with their chief conductor Srba Dinic, eight seasons can fit into one single concert. The concert due to be held in the banquet hall of the City Assembly with Four Seasons by Vivaldi and Piazzolla on the programme will symbolically usher the audience into the orthodox New Year celebrated in Serbia on the 13th January. Vivaldi’s Four Seasons reperesents a cycle of four concerts for violin and orchestra, while The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires by Astor Piazzolla represents a suite of four pieces in tango style. Soloist will be Josef Ziga, concert master in Braunschweig Opera. This concert is exceptional also by the outstanding quality of the violin the soloist will play. The violin in question is the property of Belgrade Faculty of Music Art; it was made by Giovanni Battista Guadagnini towards the end of 18th century. For this occasion, the Faculty will loan the violin from the last great Cremona craftsman’s workshop. For Srba Dinic and Saint George Strings there is no better way to start 2019 but with the violin of noble sound and the programme beloved by the audience.
13th January 2019 at 7pm
Banquet Hall of the Belgrade City Assembly