Mexico is one of the rare countries with three generations of well-known tenors widely acknowledged. Francisco Araiza, Ramon Vargas and Javier Camarena gathered around Srba Dinić and the outstanding musicians of Orchestra de Mineria. Their gala concert will be a wonderful opportunity for the rising young stars to exchange energy with their older colleagues and gain valuable experience for them. The program will include 19 ouvertutres, arias and songs from the most beautiful opera repertoire.
June 7th 2016, 8 pm
Hall Nezahualcoyotl, Mexico City
The last opera premiere that Srba Dinić had with the Orchestra Bellas Artes was Tosca in November 2015. Very happy to be performing together again, they are very dedicated while working very hard on the new premiere of Bellini’s opera The Puritans.
The period of separated reading rehearsals is over and everybody’s together on the stage now: the soloists, the choir, the symphonic, as well as the orchestra on and behind the stage. This is the third production of The Puritans for Srba Dinić. The first one was in Concert Theatre in Bern, the second one in Finland in Savonlinna Music festival with the Theatro Massimo from Palermo.
The third production brings new excitements, a new venue and artists whose enthusiasm and dedication let us rediscover the beauty of Bellini’s work. The director is Ragnar Conde.The main roles are reserved for Javier Camarena, Leticia Altamirano, Armando Piña, Rosendo Flores, Isabel Stueber…
May 22nd 2016, 5pm
Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City
Srba Dinic and the Mexican Philharmonic Orchestra continue to work together. During the second week of their rehearsals a new symphony concert is being prepared. The opening act of the program shall be Ludwig van Beethoven’s Egmont Overture Op.84. The program is also to include symphonic piece Cumbres composed in 1940 by José Pablo Moncayo(1912-1958), a prominent Mexican composer and conductor, who convincingly demonstrated the essence of national aspirations and contradictions of the Mexican Society of XX century. The concert will continue with the well-known Symphony No. 3, F major, Op.90 by Johannes Brahms. Brahms’s Symphony No. 3 is often considered as “more close to perfection artistically” than any other. This led to its wide use by artists all over the world, including movie scenes, TV shows and popular music. The audience will have the opportunity to hear this concert program in two separate terms.
May 14th 2016, 6pm
May 15th 2016, 12:30 pm
Hall Silvestre Revueltas, Mexico City
During the month of May conductor Srba Dinić and the Mexico City Philharmonic Orchestra will hold a series of concerts. First of them are dedicated to most famous composers of classical period. They will perform Symphony No.103 in E flat major of Josef Haydn and Symphony No. 2 in D major of Ludwig van Beethoven. For these concerts their guest will be well-known Mexican pianist Mauricio Nader who will play W. A. Mozart’s Concert for Piano and Orchestra No.21 in C mayor KV 467.
May 7th 2016, 6 pm
May 8th 2016, 12:30 pm
Hall Silvestre Revueltas, Meksiko Siti
Mexico city audience will have the opportunity to experience Hansel and Gretel, one of the Brothers Grimm best known fairy tales, in the most beautiful manner possible. The Bellas Artes Orchestra is preparing this sweeping and demanding opera by Engelbert Humperdinck with special enthusiasm, since it will be performed for the youngest audience. Humperdinck himself called this piece an opera fairytale, while libretto was written by his sister Adelheid Wette.
Maestro Srba Dinic will revisit his favourite childhood heroes now to be performed by Anabel de la Mora as Gretel, and Isabel Stuber Malagamba as Hansel. Bearing in mind that the Bellas Artes orchestra and their chief-conductor Srba Dinic have not performed together for several months, this concert will also be a nice announcement of joint continuation of the season brimming with beautiful concerts.
24th April at 5pm
The Bellas Artes Opera, Mexico City
It is an honour to work with an orchestra which is unique and willing to progress, said maestro Dinic. According to him the willingness is reflected precisely in their repertoire, for playing Mozart is very demanding. The composer’s works require perfect delivery. Even a tiny flaw can be heard and observed by the audience, and every audience deserves to hear the best, said Mr Dinic.
POLITIKA, A. Kurtes, Saint George Strings Concert at Kolarac hall
photo Miki Velicković
On Thursday, March 31, at 8pm maestro Srba Dinić will be conducting St. George Strings Orchestra in Belgrade, at the Grand Hall of the Kolarac Foundation.
The repertoire features the works of W.A.Mozart: The Marriage of Figaro-Overture, Symphony No.40 in G minor, Sinfonia concertante for violin, viola and orchestra. Soloists: Miljana Popović Materni, violin and Ljubomir Milanović viola.
Tickets are available at the Kolarac tickets office.
Enjoy the concert!