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Ivan Repušić

Born in 1978, the Croatian conductor Ivan Repušić studied with Vjekoslav Šutej at Zagreb Academy of Music and furthered his training with Jorma Panula and Gianluigi Gelmetti. He also served as assistant to Kazushi Ōno at the State Theatre in Karlsruhe and with Donald Runnicles at the Deutsche Oper in Berlin. His actual career was launched in 2002 at the Croatian National Theatre in Split, where he functioned as chief conductor and opera director (2006–08). There he mastered an especially large repertoire of Italian opera that distinguishes him to the present day. He also gathered formative experiences as music programme director of the Split and Dubrovnik summer festivals. A longstanding friendship connects him with the Zadar Chamber Orchestra, whose director he has been since 2005. He also held a teaching appointment at the Academy of Fine Arts at Split University until 2017.

From 2010 to 2013 Ivan Repušić was first Kapellmeister at the Hannover State Opera; since 2016 he has been general music director and will continue there until the end of the 2018/2019 season. Most recently he has directed, among other productions, Manon Lescaut, the Flying Dutchman, Salome, Aida and La damnation de Faust at the Hannover Staatsoper. In 2011 he gave his début at the Deutsche Oper, Berlin, with Puccini’s La bohème. Since then he has served as its first permanent guest conductor, presenting such central repertory works as The Magic Flute, La traviataUn ballo in mascheraLa bohèmeToscaTurandotCavalleria rusticana / PagliacciEugene OneginCarmen and Tannhäuser. He could also be heard at the Hamburg State Opera, the Semper Opera in Dresden, the Komische Oper in Berlin, the Orchestra sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe Verdi, the Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Brussels Philharmonic, the Prague Symphony and the Slovenian Philharmonic. He has given gala concerts in Budapest and Zagreb with the soprano Anja Harteros and stood at the rostrum of the Deutsche Oper, Berlin, for the festive AIDS gala in 2016.

From the 2017/2018 season Ivan Repušić took over the position of chief conductor of the Munich Radio Orchestra, with whom he presented Verdi’s Luisa Miller for his debut concert. A live recording was released on CD as were, for example, the Requiem by Maurice Duruflé and the overtures of Franz von Suppe. Additional successful collaborations include the concertante performances of Verdi’s I due Foscari with baritone legend Leo Nucci in Munich and Budapest, a guest performance with the Bavarian Radio Choir and the Munich Radio Orchestra in Zagreb, and a concert tour with Diana Damrau.

Concerts of the 2019-20 season with Ivan Repušić

Gues concert “VERDIssimo” on 29. September 2019 in Bad Wörishofen

Guest concert “Wagner Gala” on 03. Ocotber 2019 in Bad Wörishofen

Sunday concert “Attila” on 13. October 2019

Wednesdays at half past seven “Bienvenue, Emmanuel!” on 23. October 2019

Extra concert “Sabine Meyer – Clarinet” on 26. October 2019

Extra concert “Sabine Meyer – Clarinet” on 27. October 2019

Extra concert “New Year’s Eve Gala” on 31. December 2019

Paradisi gloria “Glagolitic Requiem” on 14. February 2020

Guest concert “Glagolitic Requiem” on 22. February 2020 in Zagreb

Extra concert “Klasse Klassik” on 08. March 2020

Sunday concert “Le comte Ory” on 26. April 2020

Guest concert “Classical Music in Bavaria” with Emmanuel Pahud on 02. May 2020 in Bayreuth

Guest concert “Classical Music in Bavaria” with Emmanuel Pahud on 03. May 2020 in Ansbach

Guest concert “Classical Music in Bavaria” with Veronika Eberle on 05. May 2020 in Dachau

Guest concert “Classical Music in Bavaria” with Veronika Eberle on 08. May 2020 in Schleißheim

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