The concert is titled "His Arias", under the baton of Sasa Nikolovski-Gjumar, including the performances by opera soloists from Macedonia, Serbia, Slovenia, Croatia and Bulgaria, accompanied by choir "Pro Ars", the MOB Orchestra and Tose's band.
"This is something different, but against suiting Tose, since opera was his great love. Tose had many fans, some of them opera lovers, so this event is an excellent opportunity for them", said Andrej Nikolovski, president of Tose Proeski Foundation, at Friday's press conference.
Culture Minister Elizabeta Kanceska-Milevska stressed the concert would unveil another segment of Tose's artistic work, his first love - classical music."The concert includes his songs in new arrangements, adaptations, as well as his interpretations of famous arias, through which we will again be reminded on the power of his vocals and charisma. I believe the concert will be a true enjoyment for all fans and lovers of Tose's music, but also an emotional event", added Kanceska-Milevska.
The first memorial concert was held at Skopje's City Stadium on 5 October 2008, the day when Tose held his final concert a year earlier. The next two were held on his birthday in sports center "Boris Trajkovski".
Tose Proeski was killed in a car crash near Nova Gradiska, Croatia, on 16 October 2007.