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Dubrovnik musical spring starts with pianist Aljosa Jurinic

By  Apr 18, 2017

Dubrovnik musical spring, a series of concerts of the Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra, which will be held April 18th to 28th, will begin with performances of one of the best young Croatian pianists, Aljosa Jurinic

The first concert will be held tonight, April 18th, in the Franciscan church. Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra will be conducted by Austrian conductor Christoph Campestrini.  Talented young pianist will be presented with Prokofiev Concert for Piano and Orchestra no. 2 in G minor. In the second part of the concert the orchestra will perform Schumann's Symphony no. 4 in D minor. The concert starts at 8:30 pm.

The biggest success of Aljosa Jurinic was in 2012 when he won prestigious piano competition Robert Schumann, in the composer’s home town Zwickau. In 2015 he was a finalist in the 17th International piano competition Fryderyk Chopin in Warsaw. He won numerous competitions, such as three piano competitions in Italy: Third international piano competition Encore! Shura Cherkassy in Milan, fourth international piano competition Luciano Luciani in Cosenza and fifth international piano competition in Massarosa in 2014. Aljosa is also the winner of all the major prizes for young musicians in Croatia.

Dubrovnik audience will also have the opportunity to listen to Aljosa Jurinic in the recital, which will take place tomorrow, on Wendesday April 19th, in the Franciscan church. The pianist will perform works of Beethoven, Chopin, A. Dorman and F. Liszt.