Concert List

  • Recital with flutists B.Bushevska and M.Jakimovska in Skopje (8.11.'16)

    Concert Date Tuesday, November 8, 2016 - 20:00

    Pianist Dino Imeri is going to perform a recital with flute players Bogdana Bushevska and Marija Jakimovska at the Faculty of Music Arts concert hall in Skopje, on 8th of November (Tuesday) in 7 pm. The program contains works from the classical literature for flute and piano, as well as a work by Macedonian composer Goce Simonovski.The young musicians are going to perform a second recital in Tetovo on 11th of November (Friday) in 7 pm at the concert hall of DMU "Todor Skalovski-Tetoec".

  • Liszt-Totentanz & Hungarian Fantasy-Macedonian Philharmonic (2.02.2017)

    Concert Date Thursday, February 2, 2017 - 20:00

    "Poetry and Drama" an evening with pianist Dino Imeri, the Macedonian Philharmonic Orchestra and Maestro Emil Tabakov in honor of Maestro Sasha Nikolovski-Gjumar who left all of us without words to describe his unexpected passing.Program:R. Wagner - "Tannhauser Overture"F. Liszt - "Fantasy on Hungarian Themes" S123F. Liszt - Totentanz for piano and orchestra S126Date: 2.02.2017 at 8 pmVenue: Macedonian Philharmonic / Army HallFor more info and tickets: http://filharmonija.mk/Concert.aspx?ConcertID=02.02.2017

  • "Monologue of Pain" Niko Gjorgievski-tenor Dino Imeri-piano (27.04.2016)

    Concert Date Wednesday, April 27, 2016 - 20:00

    A unique recital with an interesting concept - works by Rachmaninoff & Tchaikovsky supported by a narrative and visual scenography that will transport you to the times the works were written. Hall of the Faculty of Music Arts - 8 pm; Niko Gjorgjievski- tenor & Dino Imeri- piano. 

  • DMM Festival Opening - "Sounds of Macedonia" Martin & Per-Ex Ens. (30.03.2016)

    Concert Date Wednesday, March 30, 2016 - 20:00

    Dino Imeri is going to perform at the opening concert of the "Days of Macedonian Music" Festival with Martin & Per-Ex Ensemble on 30th of March, 2016 at the Macedonian Opera & Ballet. The project named "Sounds of Macedonia" contains works inspired by Macedonian folklore arranged by composer Zivojin Glishikj. For more info on the concert and the rest of the festival's program follow this link.

  • DMM Festival - A. Dzambazov "Seven Dance Variations" 1977 (14.04.2016)

    Concert Date Thursday, April 14, 2016 - 20:00

    Dino Imeri is going to perform Aleksandar Dzambazov's "Seven Dance Variations" written in 1977 for piano and orchestra, on 14th of April, 2016 with the Macedonian Philharmonic Orchestra and conductor Sasha Nikolovski-Gjumar at the Days of Macedonian Music festival.More info coming soon.. 

  • De Falla - "Gardens of Fire" Ballet at MOB (Reprise 02.02.2016)

    Concert Date Tuesday, February 2, 2016 - 20:00

    - Pianist Dino Imeri to participate in the reprise performances of the highly successful "Gardens of Fire" ballet with music by Manuel de Falla -Dino Imeri is going to perform "Nights in the Gardens of Spain" - a piano concerto part of the ballet "Gardens of Fire" by de Falla hailed as "..a ballet for all generations.." as well as "..a real feast for the ears and the eyes!" in production by the Macedonian Opera & Ballet. The ballet (coreographed by Mr. James Amar) has received its premiere in December, last year and an immediate reprise performance the very next day to a full venue. This time, Imeri is planned to perform in his second collaboration with conductor Bisera Chadlovska, the wonderful Ballet Ensemble and Orchestra at the Macedonian Opera & Ballet. For those of you who have missed the first two performances, don't miss the reprises on 30th of January as well as 2nd of Feburary at MOB in 8 pm. For more info, please visit www.mob.com.mk. Listen to Manuel de Falla's "Nocturno" performed by Imeri at the first reprise!

  • De Falla - "Gardens of Fire" Ballet at MOB (Reprise 30.01.2016)

    Concert Date Saturday, January 30, 2016 - 20:00

    - Pianist Dino Imeri to participate in the reprise performances of the highly successful "Gardens of Fire" ballet with music by Manuel de Falla -Dino Imeri is going to perform "Nights in the Gardens of Spain" - a piano concerto part of the ballet "Gardens of Fire" by de Falla hailed as "..a ballet for all generations.." as well as "..a real feast for the ears and the eyes!" in production by the Macedonian Opera & Ballet. The ballet (coreographed by Mr. James Amar) has received its premiere in December, last year and an immediate reprise performance the very next day to a full venue. This time, Imeri is planned to perform in his second collaboration with conductor Bisera Chadlovska, the wonderful Ballet Ensemble and Orchestra at the Macedonian Opera & Ballet. For those of you who have missed the first two performances, don't miss the reprises on 30th of January as well as 2nd of Feburary at MOB in 8 pm. For more info, please visit www.mob.com.mk. Listen to Manuel de Falla's "Nocturno" performed by Imeri at the first reprise!

  • De Falla - "Gardens of Fire" Ballet at the Macedonian Opera and Ballet (Reprise 17.12.2015)

    Concert Date Thursday, December 17, 2015 - 20:00

    -Pianist Dino Imeri is planned to perform music written by Manuel De Falla at the Macedonian Opera and Ballet in Skopje-The name of the ballet - "Gardens of Fire" - coreographed by Mr. James Amar (France), conducted by Mr. Josep Vicent (Spain) will receive its premiere on the 16th of December (8 pm) and its reprise on the 17th of December (8 pm) conducted by Bisera Chadlovska. Among other performers is vocalist Madam Ginesa Ortega Cortez (France) as well as the MOB Ballet and Orchestra Ensemble. For more info please visit: http://mob.com.mk/ogneni (also available in English)

  • De Falla - "Gardens of Fire" Ballet at the Macedonian Opera and Ballet (Premiere 16.12.2015)

    Concert Date Wednesday, December 16, 2015 - 20:00

    -Pianist Dino Imeri is planned to perform music written by Manuel De Falla at the Macedonian Opera and Ballet in Skopje-The name of the ballet - "Gardens of Fire" - coreographed by Mr. James Amar (France), conducted by Mr. Josep Vicent (Spain) will receive its premiere on the 16th of December (8 pm) and its reprise on the 17th of December (8 pm) conducted by Bisera Chadlovska. Among other performers is vocalist Madam Ginesa Ortega Cortez (France) as well as the MOB Ballet and Orchestra Ensemble. For more info please visit: http://mob.com.mk/ogneni (also available in English)

  • Recital in Skopje (10.12.2015)

    Concert Date Thursday, December 10, 2015 - 20:00

    Pianist Dino Imeri is announcing his annual solo recital in Skopje to be held at the Faculty of Music Arts concert hall (ul. Pitu Guli no.1, 4th floor) on 10th of December, 2015 (Thursday) at 8 pm. Following recent successes, among which Imeri's performance of Rachmaninoff's Third piano concerto (one of the most difficult works written for the piano, according to pianists and musicologists alike) with the Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra and Maestro Nayden Todorov, as well as a recent performance with the world-renowned Macedonian singers Ana and Igor Durlovski, the pianist has chosen a program consisting of some of his favorite works written for the instrument, among which a premiere of a composition by Damir Imeri and a performance of a work written by Zhivojin Glishic. Mr. Imeri would also like to use this opportunity to introduce to the audience a phenomenal young talent - pianist Arda Mustafaoglu (a student of prof. Samira Mustafaoglu), who is already well-known internationally by winning several prizes at prestigious piano competitions as well as by performing recitals in Macedonia and abroad. The entrance is free and the concert is organized with the generous support from the Ministry of Culture of Republic of Macedonia, Faculty of Music Arts-Skopje and Musical Journeys. Entire program:- D. Scarlatti - Sonata in d-minor;- F. Chopin - Fantasie-impromptu;(to be performed by Arda Mustafaoglu)- L. van Beethoven - Sonata op.90 in e-minor;- A. Scriabin - Deux Poemes op.32;- F. Liszt - Mephisto Valse no.1;- Damir Imeri - a solo work for the piano; (world premiere)- Z. Glisic - Prelude and Pajdushka;(to be performed by Dino Imeri)