Daniel Oren’s Recitals

The Tbilisi Opera and Ballet State Theatre begins the new 2018 year with maestro Daniel Oren’s two recitals. The theatre Orchestra and Chorus will perform symphonic and choral fragments from opera masterpieces under maestro’s batton.
The concerts will be held on January 16 and 18. To see the full programme follow this link.
Daniel Oren was 20 years old when in 1975, in Germany he won the first prize in the international conducting competition, founded by Herbert von Karajan in Berlin. From 1978 he conducted in the USA but soon he continued his career in Italy, in Teatro dell’Opera in Rome. At different times Oren held important positions in the theatres of Italy such as Teatro Verdi in Trieste, Teatro San Carlo in Naples and Teatro Carlo Felice in Genoa.
From 2007 Oren is artistic director of Verdi Opera Theatre in Salerno (Italy), in 2018 – he is musical director of the Tbilisi Opera and Ballet State Theatre.
Among Oren’s numerous recordings one of the earliest and the most successful one was the live performance of Tosca by Puccini in Rome Opera, in which the main parts were sung by Luciano Pavarotti and Raina Kabaivanska (1990).
During his career, as a guest conductor, Oren often worked with most of the world’s leading orchestras such as, New York Metropolitan Opera House, Covent Garden Theatre in London, Vienna Opera House, as well as in the most important opera houses of San-Francisco, Houston, Buenos Aires, Paris, Tel Aviv and Tokio.
Maestro’s main focus is operatic genre, in spite of the fact that time and again he performed the concerts of symphony music with such world famous orchestras as Berlin, Israel and Munich radio philharmonic orchestras. As for the main repertoire, Oren is known as the best interpretator of Verdi and Puccini, though he performs successfully the numerous works by Bellini, Donizetti, Halévy, Jordano, Bizet and others. He worked with the greatest names – Pavarotti, Domingo, Raina Kabaivanska, Ghena Dimitrova, Fiorenza Cedolins, Marcelo Álvarez, and Ruggero Raimondi.