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Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra to dedicate March to children and young people

By  Mar 08, 2019

Just like February, March of the Dubrovnik Symphony Orcherstra (DSO) will be marked with several programs for children and young people.

On March 13th, the young musicians of the Luka Sorkocevic Art School will perform with the DSO. That is the tradition that lasts for a long time and gives the best students the opportunity to perform with the experienced musicians of the Dubrovnik Symphony Orhestra. The orchestra will be conducted by Slobodan Begic, and the concert will take place at the Marin Drzic Theater starting at 7.30 pm. Students who will perform with the orchestra are Ines Begic, flute; Barbara Corak, flute; Roberto Galov, saxophone; Livia Glavinovic, oboa; Ana Hadinac, violin; Marta Kekez, cello; Mara Margaretic, soprano; Sara Medic, mezzo-soprano; Tana Michl, clarinet; Nevia Miloslavic, flute; Iva Nodilo, cello; Vesna Palcok, violin; Elizabeta Valentina Silje, soprano; Ana Vidojevic, violin; Nika Vidojevic, flute and Nina Zvone, cello.

Day after, on March 14th, the focus is on Dubrovnik primary schools students. The purpose of such concerts is to bring children closer to the world of music, to introduce them to the development of music, instruments and orchestra.

The fans of chamber music will surely enjoy the program on March 22nd, when the chamber composition of the DSO will be conducted by Pavle Zajcev. The concert will take place in Slanica, starting at 8 pm, and the program will include O. Respighi's works: Antiche Dance e aria and suite Birds and Petite Symphonie by C. Gounod.

To end the March in style, DSO goes to the University Campus where on March 28th for elementary and high school students, and on March 29nd for university students, arranges a concert of film, popular and Latin music. Trumpeter Dzemal Cakic will perform as a soloist and show the beauty of Latin music to studens, while the orchestra will be conducted by Slobodan Begic. The start of the concert is at noon and the entrance to the concert is free.

The Voice of Dubrovnik


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