BELGRADE, Serbia -- The RTS (National TV) Morning Program hosted the directors/conductors of the U.S. Army Europe Brass and Woodwind Quintets.

BELGRADE, Serbia (March 15, 2011) -- The RTS (National TV) Morning Program hosted the directors/conductors of the U.S. Army Europe Brass and Woodwind Quintets and the Serbian Ministry of Defense's "Stanislav Binicki" orchestra, who talked about their cooperation and a series of concerts to be held this week in Serbia, culminating in a joint concert on Friday.  They also announced another series of concerts with much larger orchestras in Belgrade, Nis and Novi Sad in May.  The concerts are marking the 130th Anniversary of U.S.-Serbia diplomatic relations.  During the RTS program, the Brass Quintet performed the New Orleans-style piece, "Just a Closer Walk with Thee" for the national TV audience. (Photo Courtesy US Embassy Serbia) Dowload higest-resolution version(1000 by 525 pixels)

BELGRADE, Serbia (March 15, 2011) -- The RTS (National TV) Morning Program hosted the directors/conductors of the U.S. Army Europe Brass and Woodwind Quintets and the Serbian Ministry of Defense's "Stanislav Binicki" orchestra, who talked about their cooperation and a series of concerts to be held this week in Serbia, culminating in a joint concert on Friday. They also announced another series of concerts with much larger orchestras in Belgrade, Nis and Novi Sad in May. The concerts are marking the 130th Anniversary of U.S.-Serbia diplomatic relations. During the RTS program, the Brass Quintet performed the New Orleans-style piece, "Just a Closer Walk with Thee" for the national TV audience. (Photo Courtesy US Embassy Serbia)

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