The Belgrade Philharmonic String Quartet has put another destination on the map of their international guest performances, the city of Izmir in Turkey and port on the Aegean Sea. Their two concerts are scheduled for 11th and 12th April, 2016.
The audience will have the opportunity to hear this ensemble at the Cultural Foundation Concert Hall on 11thApril, and the next day at the Conservatorium of music in Izmir, as announced by Wind Communication.
The Quartet will perform the “Homage to Stevan Mokranjac”, by Dejan Despić, String Quartet K 421, by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and String Quartet in F major, by Maurice Ravel.
The musicians of the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra Jelena Dragnić (violin), Vladan Lončar (violin), Aleksandar Latković (cello) and Boris Brezovac (viola) founded the String Quartet within this orchestra in 2011.
Among their most recent successful performances, the String Quartet like to highlight their concerts in the United Arab Emirates, on the stage of Manarat Al Saadiyat, where they performed at the Abu Dhabi Classics Festival; their opening of concert season “Chamber Music in the Desert” at the Liwa Desert at Qasr Al Sarab; their first visit to China, where they performed at the Tianjin Concert Hall; and also their concert at the Serbian Cultural Centre in Paris.