“Tchaikovsky: laughter and sorrow” is the title of the symphonic concert of the Macedonian Philharmonic with one of the best cellists in the world, István Várdai from Hungary as soloist, on March 16th in the Army Hall at 8 pm. The awarded artist, who plays a legendary instrument Stradivarius "Di Pre-Harel" (1673), a cello previously owned by the famous Jacqueline du Pre, for the Macedonian audience will perform Variations on Rococotheme op. 33 by P. I. Tchaikovsky.
Under the baton of maestro Case Scaglione (USA), the Macedonian Philharmonic Orchestra after a while will perform the Symphony no. 6 B-minorop. 74, entitled "Pathetique" by Russian genius Tchaikovsky, which is considered the most beautiful symphonies of all time.
Don’t miss this rare event!
The award winning and charismatic Amy Dixon will perform as a soloist at the concert “Alchemy” with the Macedonian Philharmonic Orchestra on March 9th in the Army Hall at 8 pm.
The first saxophone player and first Australian to win a Classic Brit award will perform in Skopje for the first time the concerto for amplified oboe and orchestra by contemporary Australian composer G. Koehne - In flight entertainment concerto.
The ultra popular Amy Dixon focuses on contemporary and film music, and in her repertoire are works by top contemporary composers such as Philip Glass, Michael Nyman, Michael Caiman, John Williams...
The concert “Alchemy” will bring music with film magic, and is held on the occation of March 8th - Women's Day.
Conductor is Maestro Case Scaglione, under whose baton the orchestra of the Macedonian Philharmonic will premiere the work “Four paraphrases for symphonic orchestra” by young Macedonian composer Tea Bogatinova, and Symphony no. 6 called “Pastoral” from the musical genius Ludwig van Beethoven.
Macedonian Philharmonic invites to another exciting concert of beautiful music and excellent soloists! Symphony concert “Violin bravura” will be held on February 23rd in the Army Hall at 8 pm, and as soloist will perform one of the finest violinist in the country, Sihana Badivuku.
The program includes virtuoso “Tzigane” and Introduction and Rondocapricioso by French music masters Maurice Ravel and Camille Saint-Saens.
First time guest in Macedonia is extraordinary conductor So Avatzugi from Japan, the winner of the Macedonian Philharmonic award at the conductors contest “Lovro von Matacic.”
Under his baton, the Macedonian Philharmonic Orchestra will perform the premiere of the work “Endless Now” by Macedonian influential composer Ilija Pejovski, which marks the 70th anniversary of his birth, and the lyrical “Symphony in C” by Georges Bizet.
Another exciting concert for children on Saturday, February 18th at Army Hall at noon!
Do not miss "The Dream of the Witch" with the Macedonian Philharmonic Orchestra under the batton of maestro Borjan Canev!
Animator again will be children’s favorite actor, Martin Jordanovski.
The story of a witch who dreams of becoming good and loved by everyone, will be accompanied by the beautiful music of Strauss, Saint-Saens, Dvorak, Grieg, Mussorgsky, Prokofiev.
“Paris I love you” is the title of the Valentine concert of the Macedonian Philharmonic Orchestra. It is scheduled for Tuesday, February 14th at 8 pm in the Macedonian opera and ballet.
The program includes popular French chansons which sang Edith Piaf, Yves Montand, Joe Dassin, Michel Legrand...
As a vocalist will perform popular Hungarian jazz vocalist Myrtill Micheller, under the batton of Borjan Canev, orchestrations of Emin Dzijan, directed by Dejan Proshev and poetry of the French poet Jacques Prevert will be read by actor Vasil Zafircev.