This autumn, the Belgrade music scene will be richer for the new Chamber Orchestra, Muzikon, which announces an exciting concert season called Hypercube.

From November 30th 2017 until May 2018 we will have 6 concerts in Ilija M. Kolarac Endowment. The first concert season Hypercube is conceived as a development experience through six thematic concerts. The title suggests a different perception, thinking outside the box meaning the development of creative ideas in the field of music. The first concert was announced for November 30th, where visitors will be able to hear the works of Antonin Dvorak and Edvard Grieg.

In addition to the concerts, the activities of the orchestra will include numerous actions and campaigns, which will concern the promotion of the quality of classical music and the orchestra as well as wider cultural and music education that will last throughout the entire season. If it is not a regular series of concerts, it is also the name of the concert season that suggests new digital and technological elements that will be applied.

Within the concert season, which will bring significant pieces of classical music to the program, an important part of the Muzikon Orchestra will be the domain of education where, through the promotion of each concert, the context and the meaning of specific compositions will be emphasized, with the aim of developing the audience and future classical musicians.

Within this cycle, Muzikon will bring great concert masters and artistic concert directors from Germany, the Netherlands, Austria. Some of the names to be included in the program are Miloš Petrović  (Bamberger Symphoniker), Jelena Ristić (Royal Concertgebouw, Amsterdam), conductor Siniša Marković (conductor and founder of the Youth Orchestra of Southeast Europe, Sarajevo), Jorg Winkler (Orchestra of the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino), as well as many surprise guests that will be announced later. At the last concert in the season we expect the soloist Natasa Penezić, as well as the trumpeter Aleksandar Solunac (the first trumpet of the Belgrade Philharmonic).

Promotional sets of tickets with a 20% discount for a series Hypercube music experiences can be bought at the Ilija M. Kolarac Endowment Box office at a price of 3,850 and 4,800 dinars, while the price of individual tickets will be 800 and 1,000 dinars.

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