The second concert of the Concert season “Convivium Musicum 16/17” was marked with the suggestive and inspired sound of the strings. It came to its full expression in the baroque compositions that were on the repertoire that night – from Vivaldi’s Concert for strings RV 151 to Bach’s Brandenburg concert no. 3 in G major. The Chamber Ensemble Camerata Academica from Novi Sad, with its interpretation and harmonious relationship within the orchestra, managed to transfer to the auditorium the unique idea and energy that was the reason for the tumultuous applause.
The ensemble is composed of the most talented musicians of the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad – assistant professors, assistants and the best students. Artistic director is our renowned cellist Marko Miletic, who initiated the regeneration of Camerata at the end of 2007. The large audience had the opportunity to enjoy the Baroque repertoire that offered a challenging combination of both technical demands and deep inner excitement. This was especially felt in Bach’s Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D minor, where the soloist was a prominent violinist Miroslav Pavlovic, born in Kragujevac. This evening, in the crowded hall of the First Kragujevac Gymnasium, through the mutual exchange of energy with the performers, the visitors became part of the unique and unmistakable mutual artistic “creation”.
Autor: K. Lazarevic, Translation: Lj. Guzvic
Photo: M. Dasic