Kraljevski gudači Sv. Đorđa

 

St. George Strings have earned international acclaim by receiving First prize in an International competition of chamber orchestras which was held in Belgrade in 1996. Additionally, that same year, the orchestra took part in the 50th Anniversary celebration of the UNICEF in London and it successfully toured Germany. At the beginning of 1997, NATAN engaged maestro Sreten Krstic, concertmaster of the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra to provide further artistic guidance and enhance the development and quality of the chamber orchestra, performing as a leader and soloist. That same year St. George Strings with maestro Krstic, completed a very successful tour of Bavaria. The most important recognition came in May of 1998 when the Karadjordjevic Royal family agreed to the attribution of Royal to orchestra which then adopted its Coat of Arms. H.R.H. Prince Philip of Yugoslavia became the High Patron of the orchestra. From that moment St. George Strings have used the name of Royal Strings of St. George. During the past few years, Natan has expanded its production with Royal Strings of St. George, in order to follow and accommodate the fast growing repertoire and to increase the number of orchestra appearance in neighboring countries in the Balkans as well as in Italy, Austria and Hungary.

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