The young pianist virtuoso, Aljosa Jurinić, will perform a concert with the Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra tomorrow night in the Revelin Fortress.
The concert will be conducted by the Austrian conductor Christoph Campestrini, who is musical director of the Dubrovnik International Music Festival in late summer.
Aljosa Jurinić, from Zagreb, was the first Croatian pianist to reach the finals of the prestigious Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw, where he finished in the top ten. This competition is one of the most important events in the musical world; the competition is held every five years and brings together hundreds of the most talented pianists from around the world in the age of 17-30 years.
In addition to reaching the finals in this prestigious competition, Aljosa Jurinić has received several awards at national and international competitions, including the success achieved in 2012 at the renowned Robert Schumann Piano Competition in the composer's home town of Zwickau.
At the Dubrovnik concert on the 1st of April in the Revelin the audience will have the opportunity to hear Mozart's Piano Concerto No.26 in D Major 'Coronation' and in the second part Mendelssohn's Symphony no. 5 in D minor 'Reformation'. The concert will begin at 8.30pm.