In the beautiful hall Teatra Coccia in Novara, built in 1886, the Sarajevo Philharmonic held a concert last night and once again showed that it is the best cultural ambassador of B&H. This was another successful guest performance in its 90 years of existence.
The concert was held as part of the festival devoted to young conductor Guido Contellii, who died in a plane crash when he was 36 years old. His contemporaries labeled him as a conductor who would mark the 20th century. In addition to the festival organizers, the guest performance of the Sarajevo Philharmonic was made possible by the Canton Sarajevo Ministry of Sport and Culture.
Upon the return to Sarajevo until the end of the year, the Sarajevo Philharmonic announced concerts on 29 and 30 November with the well-known French celloist Anne Gastinel, and the traditional New Year concert on 31 December.