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Individual concerts
03. Oct. - 16. Dec 2017
Maestro Solti International Conducting Competition
Budapest, Pécs
Dinyés Dániel

Dániel Dinyés graduated from the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music in 2005 at the Department of composition. He started working during his studies at the Hungarian State Opera as a repetiteur and also took part in several  independent opera productions with excellent musicians, including Balázs Kovalik.

From 2002 to 2012 he contributed to a number of productions of the National Theatre as music director and conductor.

For two years after 2008, he had worked as music director at the Bárka Theatre before he joined for two seasons to the Kaposvár Csiky Gergyely Theatre.

Meanwhile he led courses at the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music and at the Budapest University of Theatre and Film Arts.

In 2015 Dinyés won The Best Musical Performance Award at the Budapest Comedy Tehatre for his performance in The Threepenny Opera by Weill-Brecht. At the Budapest Katona József Theatre he was awarded with Standing Ovation Award for his Opera Initiation” series.

Dániel Dinyés made his debut as a conductor at the Hungarian State Opera with Traviata by Giuseppe Verdi in 2013. At the Budapest Operetta-theater he performed first in 2016, conducting the Gipsy Queen.

Dinyés cooperates with a number of Hungarian symphony orchestras on a regular basis. A CD with a selection of Liszt-songs, with participation of his wife, Klára Kolonits opera singer, was released by the EMI in 2009 and it was nominated for Fonogram Award. In 2014 Dinyés and Kolonits released a new CD, Bel canto Reloaded with arias and orchestral parts which has been generally acclaimed by the Hungarian and international press.

Since 2017 Dániel Dinyés has filled the principal conductor position at the Budapest Operetta-theater.