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Predrag Gosta's Blog
Predrag Gosta
Blog from Predrag Gosta about his concerts, activities and other where-abouts, including activities at New Trinity Baroque, National Philharmonic and Gwinnett Ballet Theatre, AS WELL AS his private explorations of music and life.
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Maestro Gosta debited a few days ago in Sofia, Bulgaria, when he appeared as a guest conductor with the Sofia Philharmonic. The concert, featuring works by Beethoven and Makris, was the final concert of the Sofia Philharmonic's 2011/12 Season!
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Predrag Gosta has become the Artistic Director of the Belgrade International Early Music Festival once again - after 16 years. The Festival is scheduled for June 9 to 17, and will feature 14 chamber groups and soloists. All concerts will be presented at the Church of St. Peter.
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The concert of the Karelian Philharmonic (in Petrozavodsk, Russia) on May 16, 2012, ended with a great success. It featured a young Russian violist, Anna Kolobova, who premiered the Viola Concerto by Andreas Makris. In addition to the Concerto by Makris, Maestro Gosta conducted Shostakovich's famous Festive Overture and Mussorgsky's "Pictures at an Exhibition" (orchestrated by Ravel).
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Predrag Gosta will conduct a concert in Belgrade on April 30th, with the Chamber Orchestra "Pro Classica." The concert will feature works by Grieg, Holst, Bozicevic and Makris. Among these, work "Cascades Classiques" by Ivan Bozicevic and Five Miniatures for Strings by Andreas Makris will be European/Balkan premieres.
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Maestro Gosta is traveling to Burgas, Bulgaria, where he will conduct Mozart's "Le Nozze di Figaro" and Verdi's "Un ballo in maschera" at the Bulgarian State Opera on April 4 and April 9. This will be followed by a concert in Belgrade, Serbia, where he will conduct Chamber Orchestra "Pro Classica" at the Great Hall of the Student Cultural Center, on April 30.
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Predrag Gosta conducts the Federal Philharmonic Orchestra of the Caucus Mineral Waters (South Russia) on January 20 and 21, in Essentuki and Kislovodsk. The program will feature Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 3 with Mikhail Lidsky as the soloist, as well as additional works by Rachmaninoff, Glinka and Makris.

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Maestro Gosta will travel next week to Russia, where he will conduct the St. Petersburg State Symphony Orchestra on January 9th (featuring Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 4 as the central piece), the Kislovodsk Philharmonic Orchestra on January 20 & 21 (featuring Rachmaninoff's Piano concerto No. 3), as well as the Russian State Ballet of St. Petersburg on February 11th (featuring Tchaikovsky's masterpiece "The Nutcracker" in original Kirov/Mariinsky Theatre's choreography).
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New Trinity Baroque's newest CD "Baroque Christmas" will be released next week. For more information, visit www.newtrinitybaroque.org
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Tomorrow New Trinity Baroque and Maestro Gosta present its annual "Baroque Candlelight Christmas" concert
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Tonight is the premier of the Gwinnett Ballet Theatre's 30th Anniversary production of "The Nutcracker", where Maestro Gosta is the Music Director and Conductor.
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