Music Theatre:

Bartók / A kékszakállú herceg vára,
Bellini / I Capuleti e I Montecchi, I Puritani
Bizet / Carmen, Bock / Fiddler on the roof
Brown / Singing in the rain Csapó / Phaedra
Donizetti:  Lucia di Lammermoor, Lucrezia Borgia,
L’elisir d’amore, Il campanello, Rita, Don Pasquale
Erkel / Bánk Bán, Hunyadi László, Gounod / Faust
Haendel / Acis e Galatea, Giulio Cesare
Johnson / 4 notes opera, Una opera italiana
Kálmán / Csárdásfürstin Kodály / Háry János
Kander / Chicago Lehár / Die Lustige Witwe
Leoncavallo / I Pagliacci Loewe / My Fair Lady
Mascagni / Cavalleria rusticana
Monteverdi / L’incoronazione di Poppea, Orfeo
Mozart / Mitridate, La finta giardiniera,
Die Entführung aus dem Serail, Le nozze di Figaro,
Don Giovanni, Cosi fan tutte, Die Zauberflöte
Offenbach / Les contes d’Hoffmann, La belle Helene
Pfitzner / Palestrina, Puccini / La Boheme, Tosca,
La Fanciulla del West, Turandot
Rossini / Il signor Bruschino, Il barbiere di Siviglia
Strauss / Die Fledermaus Sullivan / Mikado
Sherman / Mary Poppins
Verdi / Giovanna d’Arco, Attila, I masnadieri,
Luisa Miller, Rigoletto, Il trovatore, La Traviata,
Aida, Otello, La forza del destino
Wagner / Das Rheingold, Die Walküre, Tristan und Isolde
Weber / Der Freischütz, Weill / Die Dreigroschenoper


Strauss: Vier Letzte Lieder 2016 | La Forza del Destino 2017
Nabucco 2017Kodály: Marosszéki táncok 2015

Dániel Dinyés graduated from the Composition class of László Vidovszky at Ferenc Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest. Currently he works as the first conductor at the Budapest Operetta Theatre. He is frequent guest conductor of Budafok Ernő Dohnányi Symphony Orchestra, MÁV Orchestra, Danubia Orchestra, Concerto Budapest Orchestra, Liszt Ferenc Chamber Orchestra, Hungarian Studio Orchestra and Modern Art Orchestra.

He collaborates with numerous theatres such as Hungarian State Opera (La TraviataLuisa Miller, I MasnadieriBel Canto Gala), The Palace of Arts in Budapest (L’incoronazione di Poppea), Katona József Theatre (Cosi fan tutte), National Theatre in Miskolc (Fanciulla del West), Comedy Theatre in Budapest (The Fiddler on the roofThe beggars’ opera) or Radnóti József Theatre, as well as festivals such as Ördögkatlan (Mozart: Requiem, Beethoven: Symphony no.9 and Piano Concerto no.5, Tchaikovsky: Symphony no. 5, Bartók: Concerto, Strauss: Four Last Songs), Valley of Arts in Kapolcs, Gödöllő Summer Opera Festival (The Magic FluteL’elisir d’amore) , Ferencváros Festival (Lucia di Lammermoor), Budapesti Spring Festival (Don GiovanniCosi fan tutteLe nozze di Figaro, Haydn: Philemon et Baucis) or Levoca Indian Summer in Slovakia.

His vast repertoire includes works from Haydn and Mozart, through romantic operaand symphonies up to Bartók and 21st century pieces. Important part of Dinyés’ activity is chamber music, and as Lieder accompanyist he performed in numerous European countries.

Among his most important recognitions as a composer are 2nd Award in the chamber music category and two Special Awards at the Forum of New Hungarian Music Composing Competition, 1st Award for Zwei Stück in the category of church music for double choir on the Gorizia International Chorus Competition as well as performances of his works during international festivals such as Focus! 2007 in New York (Vita), Budapest Autumn Festival 2004 (Septett, world premiere took playe in New York at Juilliard Music School).

Dániel Dinyés is particularly praised by critics and audience for his direct, clear vision and tremendous musicality combined with a profound knowledge and vivid passion for numerous arts and science disciplines.

Dinyés: Frida
September 29., 30.(15.00), 30.(19.30)
Kálmán: Grafin Mariza
September 29., 30.(15.00), 30.(19.00),
October 1.(15.00), 1.(19.00)
Kálmán: Die Csardasfürstin
October 6., 7.(15.00), 7.(19.00), 8.(15.00), 8.(19.00)
Lehár: Die lustige Witwe
October 12., 14.(15.00), 14.(19.00), 15.(15.00), 15.(19.00)
Kocsák: Lady Budapest
October 17., 18., 19., 20.(15.00), 20.(19.00)