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Conductor

Dawid Runtz

Chief conductor of Zagreb Philharmonic, Principal Conductor of Polish Royal Opera

The way Dawid Runtz led through the utterly complex Rite of Spring was admirable. Conducting by heart [...] he led each movement with precision, convincing dynamics and impressive silences where necessary, reliably mastering the whole great orchestral apparatus.
- Zdenka Weber , KLASIKA.hr

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Recent & Upcoming

Concert engagements with Zagreb Philharmonic, Prague Philharmonia, Malaga Philharmonic, Liechtenstein Sinfonieorchester, Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra, RTV Slovenia Symphony Orchestra, Montenegro Symphony Orchestra, and Rubinstein Philharmonic Orchestra. The Magic Flute, La Finta Giardiniera and Don Giovanni at the Polish Royal Opera, Così fan tutte at Opera Nova.
 

 
 

Past

Collaboration with Chile National Symphony Orchestra, Hong Kong Sinfonietta, Warsaw Philharmonic, Sinfonia Varsovia, Polish Radio Orchestra,  Polish Radio National Symphony Orchestra,  NFM Wroclaw Philharmonic, Cracow Philharmonic,  Sinfonietta Cracovia, Baltic Philharmonic, as well as with youth orchestras; Pacific Festival Orchestra, Luigi Cherubini Youth Orchestra and Beethoven Academy Orchestra. Così fan tutte and The Marriage of Figaro at the Polish Royal Opera, La Traviata at the Ricardo Muti Italian Opera Academy in Ravenna.

 
 

Portraits

Dawid Runtz - Picture nr #11
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Reviews & Press

 
 

Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra - In memoriam Milan Horvat

Cooperation between the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra and Dawid Runtz in the performance of Bersa's Dramatic Overture, Op. 25a  and one of the most glamorous orchestral scores of the beginning of the 20th century, Stravisky's Right of Spring, as well as the conductor's attention in the performance of one of the most beloved solo concertos, Schumann's Cello in A minor (...) confirmed the highest level of mutual respect and understanding between the conductor and the orchestra and inevitably caused enthusiasm in the audience.
 

- Zdenka Weber , KLASIKA.hr

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Polish wunderkind the chief of the Philharmonic

To me, the repertoire should not only succumb to the audiences, but also be in the service of the orchestra's progress, enabling new challenges, encouraging musicians to exercise, thus keeping them fresh and awake
 

- Tena Šarčević , Jutarnji.hr

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