New album "BAÏKA" release Nov. 9 2018




...It’s music that requires great virtuosity and that’s precisely what it gets from the French-Serbian violinist Nemanja Radulović on this new disc from DG. Magic is there from Radulović’s first phrase, floating on wings of fantasy as Sascha Goetzel pulls back the Borusan Istanbul Philharmonic after their orchestral introduction, followed by a beguiling statement of the main theme. Radulović has a big, muscular tone, with a warm, grainy lower register, but it’s a clean sound without overcooking the vibrato. He indulges in teasing rubatos, almost straying beyond the musical line (track 1, 4'29"), hits the accelerator pedal hard (6'10") and scales dynamics dramatically (15'44") but it’s playing that’s got bags of personality. The cadenza is imaginatively executed, with tasteful use of portamento... Gramophone magazine, UK, Feb. 2018

...Virtuoso, inspired and penetrating, Radulović rushes for a non overloaded romantic pathos conception, beautiful and perfect introspection... Jean-Luc Caron, Resmusica, France, Sep. 2017

... After a breathtaking Bach recording, Nemanja Radulović approaches Tchaikovsky, and in a few steps we find the same spirit of freedom... Cristophe Huss, Le devoir, Canada, Oct. 2017 

... Superior vocality, a full phrasing where fluidity is combined with intesity... Michel le Naour, Classica, France, Nov. 2017

...The Serbian violinist puts down all the assets to give life in this new Tchaikosvky recording: the virtuosity, tenderness and sense of celebration typical of the Eastern countries ... Full of vitality... Sévèrine Garnier, Parisian, Classiquemaispashasbeen, France, Nov. 2017


...Backed by the Borusan Istanbul Philharmonic Orchestra, Radulović gives a thrilling performance of Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto, full of imaginative touches and risk-taking, and offering numerous edge-of-seat moments. The graceful Rococo Variations is stolen from cellists and played on viola with terrific panache and grat understanding alongside the Double sens chamber orchestra, and the instrument's rich, darker voice works remarkably well. Australia, Dec. 2017

... [Radulović] approaches the Tchaikovsky solos with originality, defending a vision that leaves a dream. Slavic, oriental, western, his fuel mixture works perfectly in Tchaikovsky, from the demented acceleration of the first movement to the stifled extinction of the theme in the second movement. The most European of Russian romantic composers is well served. The listener too. Guillaume Tion, Libération, France, Dec. 2017


24 February 2019

Munich, Prinzregententheater

Nemanja Radulovic


Munich chamber orchestra

25 & 26 April 2019
Tampere - Tampere hall 

Nemanja Radulovic


Tampere Filharmonia
Conductor: Santtu-Matias Rouvali

14 & 15 June 2018
Sydney - Opera

Nemanja Radulovic

Chausson, Ravel

Sydney Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Jaime Martin

Double sens French tour 2019