The new artistic leadership team of Braunschweig Opera will have its premiere before the local audience on August the 26th at Burgplatz, carrying out their first joint performance. At an open air concert Maestro Srba Dinić, the new GMD (Generalmusikdirektor), will conduct ouvertures, arias and duos, but also present the next concert season’s program. This concert will provide Braunschweig audience with the chance to present the new members, as well as soloists who will have the leading roles in upcoming premieres. It is an inspiring venue that the Opera has reserved for the event and hopefully the nice weather will back this experience.
August the 26th 2017, 19:30 Burgplatz, Braunschweig
August the 30th 2017, 19:30 Burgplatz, Braunschweig
First time in his career SrbaDinic will be the guest of the Symphoniker Hamburg. To the joy of the audience, the courtyard of Hamburg City Hall will turn into a marvelous venue for a number of concerts from 13th to 26th July. The Symphoniker Hamburg is busy even during holidays wishing to provide a varied musical program – this time under the open sky. Surrounded by the impressive facades of the City Hall and Chamber of Trade the audience will have the opportunity to enjoy the music of Italian opera and Viennese Operetta performed by Tamar Iveri soprano and Eduardo Aladren tenor. The program will include duets and overture by Verdi, Puccini, Straus and Lehár.
Hamburg audience cherishes their sophisticated music taste. Therefore the concert with Srba Dinic, an outstanding connoisseur of opera literature and Symphoniker Hambrug, the orchestra active for 60 years, will be a singular midsummer experience.
July the 26th 2017, 19.00
Courtyard of the Hamburg City Hall
The friendship between Emir Kusturica and Srba Dinić is to be recharged once more in its most inspirational form – through Bolsoi Festival, on Mokra Gora. Maestro Dinić shall conduct two concerts performed by the festival’s orchestra and soloists: Roman Simović, Milijana Nikolić, Tatiana Samouil and Justus Grim.
Overture 1812 by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky is to open the Festival’s program on the first day, July the 13th, to be later on followed by Shostakovich’s Concert No.1 in A-minor for violin, performed by Roman Simović and the orchestra. Finally in the night, the audience will have the chance to hear Pictures at an Exhibition by Modest Mussorgsky.
On the festival’s closing night that takes place on Saturday, July 15, the program starts once more with Tchaikovsky, this time with his Romeo i Juliet Suite. Brahm’s Double Concerto for violin and cello in A-minorshall be performed by Tatiana Samouil and Justus Grim, supported by the Festival’s orchestra.The very last act of the Festival involves Milijana Nikolić, mezzo-soprano, performing the most beautiful arias of Tchaikovsky, Verdi, Bizet.
Mećavnik is known to be the place that gathers and bounds artists from all over the world. This time Srba Dinić will be the one to gather them during three Festival’s days and, together with the orchestra and soloists, help the Boljsoj Festival to keep its place among very special events of classical music worldvide.
July the 13th 2017 at 9pm
July the 15th 2017 at 9pm
St. Sava Platz, Mećavnik, Mokra Gora, Serbien
After the season which saw a number of successful opera and ballet premiers, the Bellas Artes will perform Missasolemnis in D major, Op. 123, a piece which has a special place in Beethoven’s opus. This is the second mass by Beethoven (the first one in C major, Op. 86) and although it is dedicated to the Archbishop of Austria Rudolf Reiner, it is believed to be the expression of Beethoven’s deepest spiritual feelings. SrbaDinic with the Bellas Artes choir and orchestra will present to the audience this highly complex piece in all its beauty in view of religious value, personal Beethoven’s feelings and high level of score interpretation. He wrote it for six years and being a serious challenge for the performers it can but rarely be seen on concert repertoires, and even rarer in churches.
Inspired by the dedication of the piece “May that what comes from a heart reach hearts” (“VomHerzen, mögeeswieder, zuHerzengehen!”) SrbaDinic and Bellas Artes ensemble will convey this message in the language of Beethoven’ssublime interpretative style.
July 6th 2017, 8pm
July 9th 2017, 5pm
Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City
The story about Manon by Antoine Francois Prevost from 1731 was inspirational to many artists. In 1884 Jules Massenet composed an opera Manon, to be outshone by Giacomo Puccini with his opera which he named Manon Lescaut in 1893. A century later Manon came to life again this time as ballet. Artistic director of Royal Ballet, Kenneth MacMillan staged choreography on the the music by Jules Massenet which lived to a great success. This year it is on the repertoire of Teatro de Bellas Artes.
Under the leadership of Srba Dinic, ballet ensemble Compañía Nacionalde Danza and Orquesta del Teatro de Bellas Artes will attune their movements and phrases to show the audience that literature, ballet and music can become one. Manon is the last ballet in this season so the whole ensemble is particularly inspired to perform the story which has lived through centuries in different artistic forms.
17.6.2017. at 13:30
18.6.2017. at 17h
20.6.2017. at 20h
22.6.2017. at 20h
24.6.2017. at 13:30
25.6.2017. at 17h
Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City
Srba Dinic will be conducting Staatsorchester of Braunschweig opera for the fourth time. This time as an official GMD (Generalmusikdirektor). The Concert in the Park entitled “Der tolle Tag” will announce the next concert season’s programme rich in opera and symphonies. Concert guests will be Silvia dalla Benetta and Ramon Vargas who will, together with the orchestra, perform arias by Mozart, Bellini, Doniceti, Verdi and Puccini. Offering several hours of joy in the unity of nature, friends and music, open-air concerts are dear to musicians and audiences alike. This concert will allow the audience to get to know the new general music director, his wide experience and international succeses to date promising a good quality repertoire and music of a high artistic level.
June the 5th 2017, 3 pm
At the press conference today the management of Braunschweig Opera presented their new general music director – Srba Dinic. He is the first Serbian conductor in this function in Germany. He is already on familiar terms with the orchestra and the ensemble with two symphonic concerts and Andrea Chenier Opera under their belts. After months of negotiations involving 15 candidates, Dinic stood out as a leader whose experience and knowledge made him the most trustworthy with the ensemble. Some lavish opera productions are planned for the next seasons, including Don Carlos, Tosca, Elektra and symphonic music with select soloists. The first encounter with the audience, Gala Concert, is to be on the 5th June in Braunscheweig city park. Dinic will remain in the position of Generalmusikdirektor for the next five years. Plans are grand and ambitious, and everybody agrees on one point: the maestro will live up to the expectations of his faithful listeners and provide opportunities for budding artists and young audience to come closer in this most beautiful art.
Opera lovers have a new reason to visit the Palacio de Bellas Artes. Srba Dinic with the orchestra and choir will perform Mozart’s opera Cosi fan tutte, a piece about love, fidelity and fickleness of human feelings. The director Mauricio Garcia Losano will stage the story whose topic and comic plots from real life make it popular in the present time. Music is clearly the most valuable part of this opera. Mozart wrote it in his mature age and it is the third opera which he composed for libretto by Lorenzo Da Ponte. Their joint work made this opera the very pinnacle of the opera buffa genre containing merry and comic scenes, but also a satire of social relations and customs. All these elements will be musically demonstrated by Srba Dinic with his ensemble and the following singers as soloists: Silvia dalla Benetta, Isabel Stüber Malagamba, Patricia Santos, Orlando Pineda, Armando Piña and Jesus Suaste.
May the 7th 2017. premiere
May the 9th 2017.
May the 11th 2017.
May the 14th 2017.
Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City
The Saint George Chamber Orchestra celebrates the 25th anniversary this year. Together with Srba Dinic, their chief conductor, they will open the festive year with a concert in Villach, Austria. Performing soloists will be the violinist Orfej Simic and pianist Maja Kastratovic with Mendelssohn’s Concerto for Violin, Piano and Strings. The programme will include Shostakovich’s Chamber Symphony Op 110a and Barber’s Adagio. Cartoon by Zoran Eric, a modern Serbian composer, will also be performed. This is the most popular Eric’s composition and, in his words, it represents movable images for 13 strings and a harpsichord. At the concert in Villach Congress Hall the Austrian audience will hear some of the compositions from the Orchestra’s wide repertoire of classical and modern music. The continuation of the season will see more concerts with Srba Dinic, famous soloists and premiere performances.
2nd March 2017, at 19.30
Villach Congress Centre, Austria
After magnificent and very successful nights of Lucia di Lammermoor in Bellas Artes Opera, Srba Dinic continues with symphonic music. The next concert before Mexican audience will be performed in Nezahualcoyotl Hall. A Check pianist Lukaš Vondraček, the winner of the International Queen Elisabeth Piano Competition 2016 in Belgium, will perform as the OFUNAM orchestra’s guest pianist. Famous for his exquisite technical ability and expressive musicality Lukas will perform Beethoven’s Fifth Concerto and together with Srba Dinic and OFUNAM Orchestra will display all the beauty of the best known Beethoven’s piano concerto, justly named Emperor Concerto. The second part of the evening will see the performance of Schubert’s Symphony No. 4, Tragic Symphony, which, after the Unfinished, is the most frequently performed Schubert’s symphonic piece. Srba Dinic and OFUNAM Orchestra worked together in the previous concert season, they know each other well and have excellent artistic cooperation with the soloist. This programme will be performed on two consecutive days to the pleasure of both performers and audience.
February 25th 2017.
February 26th 2017.
Nezahualcoyotl Hall, Mexico City