Chamber Music Festival in Novi Sad Cultural Stations

The Chamber Music Festival was held during the month of September in the Egység and Svilara cultural stations.

On Friday, 17 September, the Flute and Double Bass Duo, consisting of Ljubiša Jovanović – flute (Serbia) and Stevan Jovanović – double bass (Serbia) performed in the Egység Cultural Station. The programme included compositions by Mokranjac/Ilić, Scarlatti, Bach, Rossini, etc.

In the Svilara Cultural Station, on 18 and 20 September, the audience had a chance to hear the best young chamber ensembles in the region: Trio Pianoart (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Virtuoso Quartet (Serbia), Duo Ilares (Serbia), Trio Aristo (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Duo DQM (Serbia), Trio Clarinet, Violin and Piano (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Pneuma Quartet (Serbia), Meraki String Quartet (Serbia), as well as Trio La Lune (Serbia), Duo Take Two (Serbia), Duo Speranza (Serbia), Trio Da Capo (Serbia), Trio Passion (Serbia), Trio Reformed (Serbia), Trio Fiori (Serbia), Trio Kolmas (Serbia) and Wind Quintet NNNEM (Serbia).

On 20 September, the audience also enjoyed the compositions by Beethoven and Brahms, performed by the Trio Horn, Violin and Piano composed by Igor Lazić – Horn (Serbia), Jelena Dimitrijević – Violin (Serbia) and Marko Bogdanović – Piano (Serbia).

The Chamber Music Festival was held for the first time in September 2018, in Novi Sad. Its founding was initiated by Novi Sad artists Ksenija Mijatović Korom and Veronika Antunović Marić, in cooperation with the prominent Italian conductor Gianluca Marcano. The idea of the festival is to promote joint music performing, as well as the promotion of chamber ensembles.