Cosi fan tutte


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

St George Strings Concert


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

Symphonic concert with OFUNAM orchestra


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

Lucia di Lammermoor


Lucia di Lammermoor is yet another opera by Donizetti that Srba Dinic is well familiar with. Together with the Bella Artes Choir and Orchestra he will present it to the audience in bel canto style, while the staging of the tragic love story is entrusted to the director Enrique Singer. Irina Dubrovskaya will be performing in the role of Lucia for the first time, alongside a famous Mexican tenor Ramon Vargas well versed in the role of Edgar. Srba Dinic and the Bellas Artes Opera will open a new concert season with this opera.
February the 19th 2017. at 5pm, premiere
February the 21st 2017. at 8pm
February the 23rd 2017. at 8pm
February the 26th 2017. at 5pm
February the 28th 2017. at 8pm
Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City

Erika Miklosa, Ramon Vargas and Orchestra Philharmonic Győr


Srba Dinic will perform his first concert in 2017 in Hungary. The most famous Hungarian soprano Erika Miklósa and the world well-known tenor Ramon Vargas will prepare Gala concert with the Philharmonic Orchestra of Győr. After successful roles in The Metropolitan Opera, the Vienna State Opera, the Milan La Scala and many big stages all around the world, they will be led by the baton of Srba Dinić and introduce the most beautiful arias and duets from Mozart, Donizetti, Verdi, Puccini. After successful China tour at the beginning of the year, Philharmonic Orchestra of Győr is ready for the new music trip in Richter Hall.

January the 29th 2017.
Richter Hall, Győr, Hungary

The Nutcracker, Ballet


In the run-up to Christmas and New Year’s holidays The Auditorio Nacional is traditionally preparing a programme for the youngest audience. The Bellas Artes Ballet Ensemble and Orchestra led by Srba Dinic will perform The Nutcracker by P. I. Tchaikovsky. The Christmas story with fairy-tale choreography will be performed in beautiful costumes, while Srba Dinic and the orchestra will take the audience through the beloved ballet themes, starting from everyone’s favourite Overture to the famous Waltz of the Flowers. Since these concerts are very popular, the organizers have lined up ten performances.

December 16th 2016, 20h
December 17th 2016, 20h
December 18th 2016, 17h
December 18th 2016, 20h
December 20th 2016, 20h
December 21th 2016, 20h
December 22th 2016, 17h
December 22th 2016, 20h
December 23th 2016, 17h
December 23th 2016, 20h
Auditorio Nacional, Mexico City




Led by Srba Dinic, the Teatro de Bellas Artes orchestra and ballet will join forces again to stage one of the most beautiful Shakespeare’s plays – A Midsummer Night’s Dream. This story has been an inspiration to many composers throughout history. Benjamin Britten composed music for opera, Frederick Ashton wrote an one-act ballet, but it was not before 1962 that George Balanchine did choreography for the homonymous music piece composed by Felix Mendelssohn.  Moreover, he added parts from some other Mendelssohn’s works and thus with music and choreography rounded off  this beautiful story of love and magic. The choreography on the Teatro de Bellas Artes stage is signed by James Kelly, while ballet dancers and musicians are aware that only with the help of Srba Dinic will they succeed in conveying jointly and equally the artistic beauty of this ballet to their audience.

November 20th  2016. 17h

November 24th  2016. 20h

November 27th  2016. 17h

Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City


German Requiem, Centro Nacional de las Artes


For the second time this season Srba Dinić will hold the sheets of German Requiem. It was four months ago that this famous piece of Johannes Brahms was presented to the audience in Palacio de Bellas Artes by Maestro Dinić and his orchestra and choir. This time they will have the privilege to perform in the beautiful Blas Galindo Hall within the Centro Nacional de las Artes. The choir and the orchestra are familiar with the Requiem already through work with Maestro Dinić, but the new inspiration is expected to be brought by soloists Lucia Salas, soprano, and Josue Ceron, baritone.

Octobre 23rd 2016. 6pm
Blas Galindo Hall, Mexico City


In this concert season Srba Dinic will be conducting Mexican Philharmonic Orchestra for the third time. In the Silvestre Revueltas Hall he will perform the Overture from Atzimba opera, by a well known Mexican composer Ricardo Castro. In addition to this, the program will include the Church Windows (Vetrate di chiesea) by Ottorino Respighi and Mendelssohn’s Symphony no. 4 commonly known as the Italian Symphony. Since Mendelssohn is believed to have been overjoyed composing this symphony, the musicians will be inspired to convey its jolliness to the audience; led by Srba Dinic they will certainly present the artistic beauty of the piece in the most beautiful manner.

15th and 16th October 2016
The Silvestre Revueltas Hall, Mexico City



For the fourth time in his career SrbaDinić will set up the famous piece of Georges Bizet – the Carmen opera. Maestro Dinić already had the pleasure to arrange this opera in Bern, Belgrade and Mexico City and those have always been fulfilling artistic experiences. Those experiences will now be revived on the floors of Palacio de BellasArtes.
For this special occasion the orchestra and the choir will be accompanied by the junior choir Coral Agape, which was also the case few months ago for the performing of Humperdinck’s opera Hansel and Gretel. Mezzo-soprano Ginger Costa-Jackson will be in the role of Carmen, while José Louis Ordóñez will play Don José.
For little singers it will be an unforgettable experience to vivify and embellish the scene, for experienced musicians in the orchestra and the choir it will be an opportunity to learn about French opera style, and finally for Maestro Dinić it will be another opportunity to mold one of the timeless masterpieces in his unique manner.

September 22nd 2016, 8pm, premiere
September 25th 2016. 5pm
September 27th 2016. 8pm
Palacio de BellasArtes, Mexico City