MACEDONIAN CULTURAL BOMB ACROSS USA
A concert of Simon Trpceski with the Chicago Symphonic Orchestra, and a concert of Dragan Dautovski, Boris Trajanov, Aleksandar Stefanovski (piano accompaniment Darko Marinkovski) in Washington; a Macedonian film festival and an exhibition at the National Gallery of Macedonia in New York are but a part of the programme of the Days of the Macedonian Culture in the United States on 13-26 November.
Maestro Simon Trpceski is performing Concerto 1 for Piano and Orchestra by Tchaikovsky, on of the most performed concertos in the classical literature in general, with the Chicago Orchestra on 12, 13 and 14 November. The concert will be held under the baton of French Ludovic Morlot.
Marking the Days of Macedonian Culture, the Ministry of Culture will organized a cocktail in honour to Simon Trpceski at the premises of the Symphonic Orchestra Centre in Chicago on 13 November.
The agenda is continuing with a concert of Dragan Dautovski, Boris Trajanov, Aleksandar Stefanovski (piano accompaniment Darko Marinkovski) in Washington on 25 November. Besides Verdi’s arias and duets and Napolitan songs, a program with Macedonian authors will be presented.
Furthermore, the National Gallery of Macedonia in New York is opening a show, Macedonian Modern Art on 17 November. The ten-day exhibition will present paintings, sculptures and objects by Tome Adzievski, Jovan Sumkovski, Zaneta Vangeli, Antoni Maznevski, Stanko Pavleski, Blagoja Manevski and Resat Ameti. Another exhibition, a solo show of Dimce Isajlovski, will also open at the Macedonian Embassy in Washington.
The Macedonian cinematography will be promoted through a Macedonian Film Festival in New York. Opening of the festival, completely organized by the Macedonian Film Fund, is scheduled for 20 November through 23 November. "I Am from Titov Veles" by Teona Strugar Mitevska, “Before the Rain" by Milco Mancevski, “Contact” by Sergej Stanojkovski, “The Great Water” by Ivo Trajkov, “Bal-can-can” by Darko Mitrevski, “Dust” by Milco Mancevski, “Happy New Year ‘49” by Stole Popov and “Black Seed” by Kiril Cenevski will be presented.