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The Chief Conductor of the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra, Gabriel Feltz, performed as a pianist, alongside Belgrade Philharmonic concert maestro Tijana Milošević and cellist Nemanja Stanković, for a special concert organised at the ambassadorial residence of Germany’s H.E. Axel Dittmann.

“Since he came to Belgrade as the chief conductor, I have attended many exceptional concerts of the Belgrade Philharmonic. I see many of my colleagues in the audience and I want to tell them that, apart from economic cooperation with Serbia, the exchange of cultural content is also a very important part of our mission in Belgrade,” said Ambassador Dittmann.

The Philharmonic’s trio of Feltz, Milošević and Stanković performed Ludwig van Beethoven’s Piano Trio “Ghost”.

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