DUBROVNIK MUSICAL SPRING Classical Notes for the Soul
During these ten days, 90-years-old Orchestra will be conducted by Austrian conductor Christoph Campestrini, honorary conductor Pavle Despalj and Zagreb's conductor Tomislav Facini.
Performance of a young Croatian musician Aljosa Jurinic, fifth best pianist of the world and a finalist of Chopin Piano Competition, the winner of the fifth prize of Queen Elizabeth Competition and the first prize in the competition ‘Robert Schumann’ in Germany opens Dubrovnik Musical Spring.
Winner of the Grand Prix prize at the International competition of young musicians in Moscow and the first prize at the International Competition Citta di Barletta in Italy, violist Hiwote Tadesse will follow as a soloist.
Furthermore, Đana Kahriman, concertmaster of the DSO and the winner of five first prizes in national competitions; Matija Novakovic, principal DSO basoon whose interpretation is adorned with an exemplary technique and stylistic culture, and as a soloist and artistic director will perform Dmitry Sinkovsky, excellent Russian violinist with successful international career.
Tickets will be available at Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra office Monday-Friday from 9 am to 2 pm, at cultural info center Luža, at gift shop Dubravka on Pile Gate, and one hour prior the beginning of the concert.