Continue without accepting

We respect your privacy

With your consent, we use cookies or similar technologies to store and access personal information such as your visit to this website. You can withdraw your consent or object to processin based on legitimate interest at any time by cliking on "Find out more" or in your privacy policy on this website.

Welcome to the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées website

The Théâtre des Champs-Elysées and its partners set cookies and use non-sensitive information from your device to improve our products and display personalized advertising and content. You can accept or refuse these different operations. To find out more about cookies, the data we use, the processing operations we carry out and the partners with whom we work, you can consult our cookies dedicated page.


    Nemanja Radulovic  violin and direction
    Double Sens 


    Nemanja Radulovic
    Nemanja Radulovic © Lukas Rotter

    Vivaldi  Four Seasons
    Aleksandar Sedlar  Spring in Japan                                  
    Rimsky-Korsakov   Symphonic Suite from Scheherazade, Op. 35  (arr. Aleksandar Sedlar)

    Approximate running time
    1st part: 40mn - Intermission: 20mn - 2nd part: 40mn

    The life of the young Franco-Serbian violinist Nemanja Radulovic is already a journey in itself. This child prodigy grew up in Serbia, took up the violin at the age of seven and then left the country of his birth when the storm clouds of civil war gathered in the 1990s, in order to compete in competitions all over Europe. His family settled in Paris when he was a teenager so that he could continue his musical education. A fervent admirer of Paganini and Isaac Stern, he is equally at home with classical repertoire and folk tunes, which are a reminder that his heart is still in the Balkans. With his long jet-black hair, and bohemian air, he is not your typical performer on the major international solo concert circuit, yet his playing is characterised first and foremost by a virtuosity which makes him a most appealing performer. This will be showcased once again in this concert with a Slavic flavour featuring the Baïka, a tale or fairy tale in Serbian.

    Production Les Grands Solistes