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

National Singing Competition Carlo Morelli


The Carlo Morelli National Singing Competition was established in 1980. Young singers will have a chance to showcase their talent and those who pass to the final round will perform on the main opera stage of the Palacio de Bellas Artes. The final night’s performance will be supported by the Bellas Artes Orchestra and conducted by Mr. Srba Dinic, under whose able baton ten selected singers will perform twenty arias. There are many Mexican artists who started their careers on the stage of the Palacio de Belles Artes. Some of them, like Javier Camarena, Ramon Vargas, and Maria Luisa Tamez, still maintain an excellent collaboration with Mr. Srba Dinic.

Septembre 11th 2016, 5pm
Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City

Ballet Giselle


After several opera performances Maestro Srba Dinić is back to Palacio de BellasArtes, and working on the set up for the new production of the famous ballet “Giselle”. The choreography for this ballet dates from 1841 and was created by Jean Corally and Jules Perrot. The ensemble will perform original choreography to music composed by Adolphe Adam. This story written by librettist Theophile Gautier introduces an old German legend about a peasant girl named Giselle, who refuses to take revenge and chooses forgiveness after discovering her lover is betrothed to another. Giselle is a timeless character and this ballet is repeatedly performed in theaters all around the world. This time supported by Srba Dinić and the Orchestra de Bellas Artes, Compania Nacional de Danza will introduce real artistic enjoyment.


August 27th 2016. 7pm, premiere

August 28th 2016. 5pm

August 30th 2016. 8pm

September 1st 2016. 8pm

September 3th 2016. 7pm

September 4th 2016. 5pm

Palacio de BellasArtes, Mexico City


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Lucia de Lammermoor


One of the best known opera houses in Mexico,Teatro del Bicentenario from Leon, will host conductor SrbaDinić for the new setting of the opera Lucia di Lammermoor. This tragic opera of Gaetano Donizetti takes place on the slopes of the Lammermoor mountain in seventeenth century Scotland and for this special occasion will be directed by Enrique Singer. The choir and the orchestra have been enthusiastic in preparing for this big event with maestro Dinić, and look forward to share the stage with eminent soloists Maria Jose Moreno and Ramon Vargas.

August 14th 2016, 6pm

August 17th 2016, 8pm

August 20th 2016, 7pm

Teatro del Bicentenario, Leon, Mexico



Maestro Dinić will be conducting again in his homeland. For the second time he will be the guest of the Bolshoi Festival, a manifestation founded by Emir Kusturica. In a beautiful and unique natural ambient of Mokra Gora and especially Mećavnik town, he will be conducting the symphonic orchestra on an open stage at the town’s main square. Soloists for these concerts will be Navek Ahnazarajan, Armenian cello player and Zoran Todorović, famous Serbian tenor.

Bolshoi festival is dedicated to Russian music, so the program will include the Variations on a Rococo Theme  of Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Pictures from an exhibition by Modest Mussorgsky and various arias from the most famous Russian opera masterpieces.

Among many distinguished summer festivals that Maestro Dinić is taking part in, the Bolshoi festival is definitely a unique one, and Maestro sincerely hopes that his presence will help the manifestation to deservedly position itself among the most renowned musical festivals in this part of the world.

July 15th 2016, 8pm

July 16th 2016, 8pm

St. Sava Square, Mećavnik town, Mokra Gora


German Requiem


One of the greatest Brahms’ works will be performed by the choir and the Orchestra de Bellas Artes. Under the button of Srba Dinic, the stage will once again come alive with another monumental piece of art. After the spectacular success of the Puritans, this time the audience will be introduced to the one of the most famous requiems in the history of music, German Requiem. The soloists will be Gabriela Herrera, soprano and Paul Armin Edelmann, baritone.

Jun 23rd 2016, 8pm
Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City

Gala concert of three tenors


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

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The Puritans premiere in Theatro de Bellas Artes


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


The second week with the Mexican Philharmonic Orchestra


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