CONDUCTOR, HARPSICHORDIST, ORGANIST & BARITONE
An artist of dynamic temperament and impeccable expression...
Radio Television Belgrade
Predrag Gosta is considered among one of the most multifaceted conductors of his generation. He has appeared at concerts and festivals in the USA and Mexico, England, Germany, Russia, Sweden, Finland, Poland, Bulgaria Serbia and Croatia, among others, and has conducted renowned orchestras such as the London Symphony Orchestra, the Russian National Orchestra in Moscow, the St. Petersburg State Capella "Glinka", the National Philharmonic in Washington DC, and many more. He also appeared at opera houses in Europe and the USA.
Gosta is the founder and artistic director of the acclaimed period instrument ensemble New Trinity Baroque, the New Belgrade Opera, the Makris Symphony Orchestra, and the Orchestra of the Gwinnett Ballet Theatre in Atlanta. He has over a dozen CD recordings to his credit, including two with the London Symphony Orchestra - the premiere release of orchestral works by the Greek-American composer Andreas Makris, and the recording of Rachmaninov's Symphonic Dances and Mussorgsky's "Pictures at an Exhibition". He also leads the Belgrade Baroque Academy and the Belgrade Early Music Festival. He served on the faculty of the Oxford College of Emory University in Atlanta and is currently a doctoral researcher at the University of Oxford.