18 August 2019 - The International Workshop for Wind Instruments continued at the Tivat Music School and will last until 23 August.
This 17th International Workshop is attended by 30 students from Serbia, Macedonia and Montenegro, as said from the NGO Ars Praesentia Boka Kotorska, which organizes workshops for wind instruments in cooperation with the Music School for 17 years.
Workshops are conducted for flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon and horn. Professors Marina Nenadovic - flute, Bojan Pesic - oboe, Veljko Klenkovski clarinet, Nenad Jankovic - bassoon and Nenad Vasic - horn work with students.
A saxophone workshop was held in the first part of the international workshop from 5 to 10 August, which ended with a concert at the Lustica Bay Complex.
The crown of this work will be the concert "Musical Conversations - Peca and the Wolf" - a symphonic fairy tale by the Russian composer Prokofiev, which will be performed as part of the Purgatorije Festival.
The story of the boy Peca, his game and imagination, the animals, wolf, duck, cat and bird, the concern and anger of Peca’s grandfather, the "courage" of the hunters, through the story of the narrator Dragan Laković will be presented by the members of the brass quintet of the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra: Marina Nenadovic - flute, Bojan Pesic - oboe, Veljko Klenkovski - clarinet, Nenad Jankovic - bassoon, Nenad Vasic - horn and student of the 3rd grade of secondary school "Luka Sorkocevic" from Dubrovnik - Aleksandar Lazinica, on percussion. In addition to the members of the Philharmonic Orchestra pupil of the 3rd grade of Secondary Music School "Luka Sorkocevic" from Dubrovnik - Aleksandar Lazinica also participates in percussion.
The animals are played by students of the Tivat Music School, who worked with teacher Angela Homen. Radomir Stamenkovic is responsible for the light effect, and the painter Zoran Kruta for scenography and masks.
The Symphony Fairy Tale "Peca and the Wolf" will premiere in Montenegro on August 21 at the scene of the Atrium Buca in Tivat, at 8 pm.
The producers are the Culture Centre Tivat, Tivat Music School and the NGO Ars praesentia Boka Kotorska.