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
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
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.
Septembre the 21st 2017.
Theater Wolfsburg, Germany
Srba Dinic will perform Don Carlo as the season’s first premiere. Verdi wrote the famous opera based on a play by equally famous German romantic poet Friedrich Schiller. The opera ensemble, enriched with new members, has been long preparing this historical story presented in five acts. With many singers, two choirs on the stage and a large orchestra, Srba Dinic will yet again justify numerous positive reviews in which he is described as an exquisite connoisseur of Verdi’s operas. The audience will hear the story of conflicting powers of love and power, state and religion, politics and privacy, and more than anything yearning for freedom in both external and internal world.
Septembre 9th 2017. Premiere
Septembre 12nd 2017.
Septembre 24th 2017
October 6th 2017.
October 13th 2017.
December 25th 2017.
January 21st 2017.
February 2nd 2017.
Opera house, Braunschweig
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