This week, Alessandro Crudele returns to Belgrade to conduct the RTS Symphony Orchestra on 13th February, at Kolarac Concert Hall. Crudele, who is the Orchestra’s Principal Guest Conductor, will deliver a programme including Schubert’s masterpiece and last majestic work, Symphony No. 9.
The programme also features Anastasis, a contemporary piece by the young Serbian composer Lazar Đorđević, along with the Harp Concerto in C. minor Op. 35 by Albert Zabel – with soloist, the talented Katarina Stanković, one of the winners of the “Young and Successful” RTS Music Production Contest.
A champion of young artists, Alessandro Crudele has consistently devoted his time to working with new musicians and composers throughout his career. He is also a passionate supporter of contemporary music: notably, in his work both with the Orchestra UniMi and the RTS Symphony Orchestra, he has regularly commissioned new music and has conducted several world premieres.