On November 4th, the 53rd BEMUS Will Host Thomas Hampson, the Most Famous Figaro!

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RTS Symphony Orchestra, Conductor Bojan Suđić The world's most famous baritone, who is said to be the best Figaro in existence, Thomas Hampson, will hold a concert at Kolarac's Endowment on Thursday, November 4, together with the Serbian Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra conducted by Bojan Suđić. The guests of the programme will be Serbian sopranos with an international career Dragana Radaković and Aleksandra Jovanović.
The programme – W. A. Mozart: arias from the operas ‘That Is What All Women Do’, ‘Don Giovanni’, ‘The Marriage of Figaro’, ‘The Magic Flute’; G. Verdi: arias from the operas ‘Don Carlos’ and ‘Macbeth’.
Thomas Hampson is the most prominent baritone in America, the winner of international awards for his artistic work. He has long been recognized as one of the most innovative artists of our time, with an opera repertoire of over 80 roles and a discography that includes more than 170 albums, multiple nominee and winner of the Grammy Award, Edison Award and Grand Prix du Disque. In the 2021/22 season, Thomas Hempson made his debut as Don Alfonso in Mozart's opera ‘That Is What All Women Do’ at the Teatro del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, under the baton of conductor Zubin Mehta.
Bojan Suđić, the most prominent conductor in today's Serbian music, has been Artistic Director of the RTS Music Production for more than a decade, since 2006, and Chief Conductor of renowned ensembles – the RTS Symphony Orchestra and the RTS Choir. In addition to the Helsinki and Novosibirsk Philharmonic Orchestras, the Odense Symphony Orchestra, Turku, Klagenfurt, the Helsinki Opera and many other eminent ensembles, Suđić has been a regular guest conductor of the Montenegrin Symphony Orchestra and OFUNAM from Mexico for ten years. For five years he acted as a resident conductor of the Royal Opera in Stockholm, where he conducted more than 150 plays. He also acted as a chief conductor and general music director of the Opera of the National Theatre in Belgrade, as well as a regular guest conductor of the Belgrade Philharmonic. In the 2018/19 season, maestro Bojan Suđić becomes the main guest conductor of the UNIMI orchestra from Milan.
The Symphony Orchestra of the Radio Television of Serbia is one of the most representative orchestral ensembles in Serbia. Founded in 1937, within Radio Belgrade, from the very beginning it had profiled artistic directions of activity, aimed at affirming and nurturing the national musical heritage, but also capital works of world literature.
Tickets can be purchased at the box office of the Kolarac Endowment.

 

 

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