The Argentine conductor
Rubén Dubrovsky was born into a Polish-Italian artist family in Buenos Aires and established
himself as one of the most fascinating conductors in the field of the baroque
and classical repertoire. He is regularly guest at the Musikverein Wien,
conducted the opening concert of the Handel Festival Karlsruhe, was invited for
concerts at Handel Festival Halle, the Festival ‘Winter in Schwetzingen’, the
Pergolesi Festival Jesi, Haydn Festival Eisenstadt, Osterklang Festival Vienna
and Styriarte Graz. With the Orquesta Sinfónica y Coro de la RTVE Madrid he
conducted Bach’s Christmas Oratorio. Since his opera debuts at the Sächsische
Staatsoper Dresden (Incoronazione di
Poppea), Palau de les Arts
Valencia (Arbore di Diana) and the
Opera Bonn (Orlando Furioso) Rubén
Dubrovsky is successful in the opera field as well.
In the season 2012/13 he
conducts the opening concert of the Baroque Festival in Varazdin with Wiener
Sängerknaben and Bach Consort Vienna, presenting works by Pergolesi, Durante
and Muffat, broadcasted by the Slovenian television. At the Kiel Opera House he
has the musical direction of the new production of Handel’s Agrippina. A concert performance of
Porpora’s Polifemo is on the schedule
at Theater an der Wien. The Musikkollegium Winterthur will present him together
with countertenor Terry Wey in a Handel concert. On invitation of the Wiener
Kammeroper he will conduct a new production of Handel’s Orlando. In June he
will make his debut with Zürcher Kammerorchester and Hilliard Ensemble at
Tonhalle Zürich. He returns to Wiener Musikverein with Bach Consort Vienna
presenting the program Venezia e Dresda.
Concerts in Wroclaw and at Rheingau
Festival are scheduled for summer 2013.
Past opera engagements included
Scarlatti's Marco Attilio Regolo at
the Schlosstheater Schwetzingen, Tamerlano
at Oper Bonn, Giulio Cesare, Rinaldo and Radamisto at Oper Kiel.