Premiere of the opera "In Hoc Signo"
On the main stage of the National Theatre last night there was a premiere of the opera "In hoc signo" , on the occasion of the 17 centuries of the Edict of Milan.
The closing manifestation of the state programe of the celebration of the 17 centuries of the Edict of Milan was the performance of the Opera premiere of Don Marco Frisina's "In hoc signo" on the main stage of the National Theatre in Belgrade. The premiere was attended by His All-Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew, His Holiness Serbian Patriarch Irinej, His Beatitude Archbishop Chrysostomos of Cyprus, His Eminence Metropolitan Sava of Warsaw And All Poland, His Beatitude Archbishop Symeon, the Locum tenens of the Metropolitan's throne of the Orthodox Church of Czech lands and Slovakia, President of Serbia Mr. Tomislav Nikolic, Ministers Nebojsa Rodic, Zorana Mihajlovic, Sulejman Ugljanin and Sasa Radulovic, as well as representatives of other Local Orthodox Churches, representatives of religious communities and diplomatic corps.
The opera was written by composer Mons.Don Marco Frisina and libretto was written by director Dejan Miladinovic, conducted by Dejan Savic and it was performed by the ensamble of the Opera of the National Theatre in Belgrade. говог рођења до смрти.
The opera has 25 soloists, and 200 artists participate in it, including an orchestra, choir and balet.
The opera will be also performed on Wednesday 9th and Thursday 10th October.
Source: RTS, photo: deacon Dragan Tanasijevic