Staatsorchester Braunschweig


Srba Dinic and Staatsorchester Braunschweig are continuing their concert tour. At the upcoming concert in Wolfsburg they will perform Strauss’s Alpine Symphony Op 64. Strauss expressed his geat love for the Alps in music and thus depicted a day in the beautiful yet harsh mountains. His work resulted in a great success so An Alpine Symphony became a popular and commonly performed piece. Through 22 continous sections of music he portrayed every stage of Alp crossing, and the extensive orchestral apparatus promises that Srba Dinic and Staatsorchester Braunschweig will take the auidence through the vivid winter landscape.
18th January at 8pm
Wolfsburg, Germany



First performances away from home in 2018 the Hamburg Philharmonic Orchestra will share with Srba Dinić. The joyful cooperation that started with the concert in front of the Hamburg City Hall in 2017 will be continued with concerts in towns of ElmshorniSchönefeld.The orchestra will share the stage with soprano IviKarnezi and tenor Michael Ha, who had noteworthy opera performances in Braunschweig Opera House.This time the program will include the pieces from Verdi, Puccini, Lehár, Kálmán, Strauss.It is nothing unusual for this time of year that the concerts are at full swing and that the concert halls all around the world are crowded. As for SrbaDinić this is one of many Gala concerts that take place from South America to Northern Europe.

5.1.2018. at 20h
Saalbau Elmshorn
12.1.2017. at19:30h
Forum Schönefeld

New Year’s Concert


A classical music concert is one of the most beautiful ways to start a new year. One such concert, full of well known pieces of classical music, will be performed by Srba Dinic and Staatsorchester Braunschweig in Gifhorn in Braunschweig. The title of the concert “South of the Alps”, inspired by Fischer’s Orchestral Suite, bespeaks the Italian composers Puccini, Bellini and Vivaldi with unmissable Four Seasons, but also the one who cherishes Italy in his heart – Tchaikovsky with Italian Capriccio. Everything will associate to this beautiful country from baroque to film music. The soloists Ekaterina Kudryavtseva i EduardoAladrén with their voices will reinforce brimming festive emotions, seeing that, after a two month break, Srba Dinic and Staadsorchester Braunschweig will be on stage together again.
1.1.2018. at 20h
Stadthalle Gifhorn
2.1.2018. at 19h
Stadthalle Braunschweig



In December, the most popular Christmas ballet- the Nutcracker,is on repertoires throughout the world. Concert halls are filled to capacity with the audience always eager to believe in the festive magic. Auditorio Nacional is no exception, with the ballet being sold out for over 20 years. The last three years the ballet has been performed at an even higher artistic level with SrbaDinić and the Palacio de Bellas Artes orchestra and Compañía Nacional de Danza ballet ensemble. Tchaikovsky’s music known to all, imaginative choreography, lavish costumes and lights make spectators feel as if they are indeed a part of a beautiful fairy tale. For this reason Audition Nacional has put 14 performances of the ballet on their repertoire to the joy of all, both performers and spectators.
15.12.2017. at 17h and 20h
16.12.2017. at 17h and 20h
17.12.2017. at 17h and 20h
19.12.2017. at 20h
20.12.2017. at 20h
21.12.2017. at 17h and 20h
22.12.2017. at 17h and 20h
23.12.2017. at 17h and 20h
Auditorio Nacional, Mexico City

New Year’s Gala Concert “Saint Petersbourg-Vienna-Paris”


The Palacio de Bellas Artes and Srba Dinic are preparing a real New Year’s treat for their audience. Gala concerts are always anoccassion to perform the most beautiful compositions and pull in the audience with the classical repertoire. For this New Year’s Gala concert Srba Dinic has opted for compositions by Tchaikovsky, Strauss, Offenbach and Massenet, while the very title of the concert “Saint Petersbourg-Vienna-Paris” promises a wonderful and festive winter journey. Soprano Anabel de la Mora and mezzo-soprano Isabel Stüber Malagamba have been the orchestra’s long-standing favorites and their mutually pleasurable cooperation can be enjoyed by audience on two evenings.

7.12.2017. at 20h
14.12.2017. at 20h
Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City



In the last season Palacio de Bellas Artes had a number of premiers, but the performance which will continue its life in this season is the ballet Manon by Jules Massenet. The exquisitely performed choreography by famous Kenneth MacMillan and the orchestra led by Srba Dinic impeccably vivified Massenet’s music while faithfully following the story of Antoine Prevos’ libretto. Harmonized direction, choreography and music contributed to the popularity of the performance on the theatre’s rich repertoire. For Srba Dinic and the ensemble Compania Nacional de Danza this is just a warm up for the spectacle eagerly awaited by the audience in December – the famous New Year’s ballet The Nutcracker.
19 th November 2017 at 17h
21st November 2017 at 20h
23rd November 2017 at 20h
25th November 2017 at 13:30
26th November 2017 at 17h
Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City



After a series of successful concerts and opera performances in Germany, Srba Dinic continues the season in Mexico City. The premier of opera Othello is on the repertoire of Palacio de Bellas Artes theatre. Verdi’s great love for Shakespeare’s plays inspired him to write one of the best known operas today, while libretto writer Arrigo Boito adapted the story to opera framework. Thanks to years of careful dedication to the creation of Othello, Verdi achieved that drama and music developments continually complement each other. Soloists Kristian Benedikt, Elena Stikhina, Giuseppe Altomare and Encarnacion Vazquez together with the choir and orchestra, will present the ideas of Luis Miguel Lombana on the stage and take the audience through the story of entwined truths and lies. With the premier of Othello Srba Dinic will complete Verdi’s opus of late operas on his repertoire.

November the 5th 2017 17h, Premiere
November the 7th 2017 20h
November the 9th 2017 20h
November the 11th 201717h
Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City

Symphonic Concert


In one of the concerts promoting young talents, Braunschweig Theatre Orchestra will host a young soloist Sophie Pacini. The promising pianist will perform Liszt’s Concerto no.1 E-flat major known for its subtle and demanding playing techniqe. Srba Dinic, a former soloist, now a conductor, will frame this piece which took Listz more than 20 years to complete.
In the second part of the concert the orchestra will take the audience through the celebrated Wagner’s Ring of the Nibelungs. This orchestral piece reflects the motives from the four operas comprising the cycle. It can be a good introduction to all those wishing to go further in Wagner’s music, and Srba Dinic and the Theatre Orchestra with their virtuoso performance and nuanced sound will show the audience how the famous Ring story can be told without words.
15.10.2017 at 11h
16.10.2017 at 20h
Braunschweig, Germany



In September 2016 opera Tosca had a grand premiere. Staged under modern direction by Roland Schwab it was a noteworthy performance in the last year. In this season Tosca will be on the repertoire again, but with the new ensemble. Guided by Srba Dinic’s artistic ideas, it will present a rich orchestration and melody lines which vividly underline the development of story, characters and emotions. This work which marked the turn of centuries, belongs to the most frequently and universally performed opera. The second season of its performance in Braunschweig is yet another proof of Puccini’s musical mastery and a challenge for Mr Dinic and the opera ensemble to justify their high quality with each new performance.
1st October 2017 at 19:30
8th October 2017 at 18h
Opera Braunschweig, Germany



Soloists, choir and orchestra of Braunschweig Theatre will gather once again, this time to perform Mahler’s Symphony No. 2 – “Resurrection”. In contrastto very successful production of opera Don Carlos that is at the moment played with great success, the audience will now have the opportunity to see the ensemble from totally different perspective. In first three movements of “Resurrection”the orchestra will try to unveil its mystic and transparent colors, while in fourth and fifth movement, supported by soloists Jelena Banković and Jelena Kordić with the choir, a lot of emotional tension is needed from the musicians to illustrate death and resurrection itself. This is one of many Mahler’s symphonies at repertoire of Srba Dinić. It is known as the most popular Mahler’s piece and enriched with Dinić’s deep understanding of Mahler’s work and experience insetting the music on stage, there is no doubt that the audience will feel empoweredto experience composer’s intention to celebrate the beauty and hope in life after death.

Septembre the 17th2017.
Septembre the 18th2017.
Braunschweig, Germany

Septembre the 21st 2017.
Theater Wolfsburg, Germany