Sinfonietta Vidin

Vidin Sinfonietta has for decades been a leading cultural institution in the town of Vidin and the Vidin region. Vidin, located in the northernmost part of North-Western Bulgaria right on the bank of the Danube River, is a town with a rich historical-cultural heritage and musical traditions.  The orchestra was officially registered as a state organization since 1949 though the first steps towards its creation date back in the early 1910. Besides the full-time season of yearly concerts at home, the orchestra has performed in the Netherlands, Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Greece, Hungary, Romania, Serbia and Macedonia, has been the resident orchestra at such festivals and competitions as Spoleto, Como and Crotone (Italy), Danube festival in Ulm (Germany), Sofia Music Festival, Austrian Musik Festival and others.   Vidin Sinfonietta had performed in many famous European concert halls such as “Concertgebouw” Amsterdam, “Victoria Hall” in Geneva,” Music House” in Vienna, “Beethoven Hall” Stuttgart, “The Hall of Congresses” in Saragosa, and many others.

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G. Mahler: Adagietto, Symphony Nr. 5 (1904)