Rubén Dubrovsky, conductor

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), Opera Bonn (Orlando Furioso) and Theater an der Wien (Polifemo) Rubén Dubrovsky is successful in the opera field as well. In January 2015 he will make his debut at Nationaltheater Mannheim conducting the new production of Gluck’s Alceste. Further opera engagements include the new productions of Lully’s Atys at Oper Kiel, Handel’s Rinaldo at Wiener Kammeroper and Semiramide at Handel Festival Halle. Concert engagements will bring him to Winterthur, Karlsruhe, Stuttgart, Frankfurt and Darmstadt.

Engagements of preceding seasons included Mozart’s La Clemenza di Tito (Stage director: Alberto Triola) and Handel’s Orlando at Wiener Kammeroper. The Austrian television ORF broadcasted the Easter concert 2014 from Wiener Stephansdom. The Slovenian Television presented him in the opening concert of the Baroque Festival in Varazdin with Wiener Sängerknaben and Bach Consort Vienna. He made his debut with Zürcher Kammerorchester and Hilliard Ensemble at Tonhalle Zürich. 

Previous opera engagements included Scarlatti's Marco Attilio Regolo at the Schlosstheater Schwetzingen, Tamerlano at Oper Bonn, Agrippina, Giulio Cesare, Rinaldo and Radamisto at Oper Kiel.