The Concert Season of the Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra starts with the concert on Friday, May 4th at the atrium of the Museum of Modern Art Dubrovnik. Orchestra will be conducted by Noam Zur from Israel and soloist will be mezzo-soprano from Dubrovnik - Dubravka Separovic Musovic. The start of the concert is at 8 pm.
Dubravka Separovic Musovic performs with the Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra from their beginnings and, besides various concerts, they performed together a series of respectable cycles (Wesendonklieder, Les nuits d'ete, Oratory of the City of Freedom and others). She is the winner of a series of awards, including: Orlando (2000 and 2013), Milka Trnina Award (2006), City of Zagreb Award (2009), Tito Strozzi Award (2011), City of Zagreb Award (2012) , the award of Danica Hrvatska with the character of Marko Marulic and the Best Wagnerian Award 2013, the Marijana Radev Award (2003, 2011, 2015) and the City of Dubrovnik Award (2018).
The concert will be directed by Maestro Noam Zur, Israeli conductor and music director of the International Opera Festival Tino Pattiera, currently on the function of chief conductor in the symphonic orchestra of Salte, Argentina. Otherwise, he is equally sought as composer and conductor for the opera and symphonic repertoire. His repertoire includes more than 30 operas and more than 250 symphonic works from all styles and periods. Since 2001 Zur conducts in renowned concert halls and leading orchestras of USA, Germany, Israel, Mexico, Argentina, South Africa, Switzerland, Austria, France , Estonia, Romania, Scandinavia, Czech Republic, Serbia and Italy. In addition to his composing and conducting career, Noam Zur is actively teaching conductors, instrumentalists and singers, and is often a visiting professor in Israel, Argentina, Mexico and Romania.