Dragan Dautovski’s Concert Opens Days of Macedonian Music Festival
The 40th Days of Macedonian Music festival will open Monday evening with a concert of instrumental music of Dragan Dautovski in the Macedonian Opera and Ballet.
The event, which is organised traditionally by the Macedonian Composers' Association – SOKOM, will offer ten concerts, workshops, presentations, and lectures until April 13.
At the concert titled “Apocalypticum” Dragan Dautovski will play tambura, the glass ocarina (globular flute) and a glass pipe – traditional instruments. His son Ratko Dautovski will accompany him on the percussion.
The jubilee Days of Macedonian Music festival is held when SOKOM celebrates its 70th anniversary. Therefore festival’s program was conceptualized to contain many Macedonian authors from different generations, including older generation composers and founders of SOKOM as Gajdov, Prokopiev, Skalovski and second generation including Zografski, Prosev, Vlastimir Nikolovski as well as young authors, festival’s program selector Jana Andreevska said.
Days of Macedonian Music festival is organised by the Macedonian Philharmonic Orchestra, Macedonian Opera and Ballet, Faculty of Music Arts in cooperation with foreign foundations.