31 December 2018 7:30 PM


United Through Music we are celebrating friendship in-between BiH and USA 

National Theatre Sarajevo


6:45 pm - Welcome drink accompanied with the music of Sarajevo Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra
7:30 pm - CONCERT
              - Coctail & Sarajevo Philharmonic Brass Quintet during concert intermission

Strauss, Brahms, Tchaikovsky, Khachaturian, Grieg, Lecuona, Suppé, Mascagni, Zonić

Bosnian Rhapsody / premier performance
Waltzes, Overtures, Dances, Arias, Duets

Ticket prices: Balcony 70 KM, Parterre 80 KM, Box 90 KM

Information and Booking

Box office National Theatre Sarajevo
Monday - Saturday
9am - 11:30am / 3:30pm - 7:30pm

033 22 16 82
033 66 65 19
033 55 00 71


EDIN DINO ZONIĆ - conductor 

The World-acclaimed and Award winning, artistic creator, conductor, director, Maestro Dino Zonic, known as the “People’s Maestro”, was born in the Olympic city of Sarajevo. After his education as a young professor, composer, conductor, and music conservatory professor, the terrible ravages of the war profoundly affected the course of his life and his career.

Named as Cultural Ambassador of Sarajevo and Bosnia and Herzegovina, he creates music and productions to foster unity between people and nations through his Concerts and Music Spectaculars which he has produced all over the world. His work and success is a testament to his continual search for new ways to communicate with audiences worldwide.

During the siege in Sarajevo 1993, he composed and directed Sarajevo Circle, his highly acclaimed majestic musical, which played for four years in sold out concert halls in Europe. The Sarajevo Circle has left a long-lasting impression on numerous audiences across Europe and America.

His extraordinary career and mission of unity have been recognized and praised by His Holiness Pope John Paul II, the Dalai Lama, President Clinton, and other world luminaries. His work was promoted and broadcasted in the United States on television networks such as PBS, NBC, FOX, Extra, and internationally at RTL, ORF and BBC, etc. Dino Zonic was a producer and orchestrator of the Led Zeppelin’s classic - “Kashmir” (symphonic orchestra, electric violin and exotic percussions), for opening ceremonies of the “Winter Goodwill Games 2000” in Lake Placid with the Crane Symphony Orchestra, Time Warner Production.

He is the Winner of the International Golden Karma Award for Music and Philanthropic works in which he joined the ranks of honorees including Muhammed Ali, Paul Newman, Robert Redford, Angelina Jolie, among others. Maestro Zonic is the first to be recognized for his efforts in uniting the world through music.
For the American Symphony Orchestra League and ASCAP  Awards he was recognized for outstanding winning repertoire. He was the Winner of “40 Under 40” – Business Journal Awards – The Dayton Business Journal and Antioch University McGregor sponsored by Wright State University.

Dino Zonic was invited to continue his mission in the Dayton Peace Accords and Dayton Peace Prize Project as producer, conductor, and cultural ambassador of Sarajevo and Bosnia and Herzegovina. For the Dayton Peace Accords and Dayton Peace Prize he directed numerous Gala events. Dino Zonic composed and performed Symphony “Entrata” in honor of the first recipient of the Dayton Peace Prize, President Bill Clinton.


  • “His tale is not only one of personal triumph over adversity, but is also one of inspiration, determination, and artistry.”  Golden Karma Awards
  • “I am using this opportunity with all due respect, to greet you from my heart.”  Pope John Paul II
  • “His story is about courage and power, where from the deepest struggle grows something higher than us.”
 Diner’s Club – International Catalogue
  • “With Unity Through Music, Maestro Zonic is reclaiming the lost harmony of the world.” Rabbi Steven Carr Reuben
  • “My warm congratulations to you for the perseverance, fortitude, and creative genius that have inspired this important work, and allowed you to bring your message of unity around the world.”  US Ambassador to the U.N., Richard Holbrooke
  • His music is vast and ranges from grandiose to indescribable; However, the attempt to conquer this vastness musically has been mastered! “Oberoesterreichischen Nachrichten“, National Austrian News, Vienna
  • “His story is about all of us, about eternal human questions, about the right to choose between good and evil.” Vecernje Novine - National Daily News, Zagreb, Croatia
  • “A young Sarajevo artist, a man who lost in order to win, from whose inner struggle with the heavy weight of memories of war grew a “Bosnian tale”, composer/director Dino Zonic”. OBSERVER - National Daily News, Vienna-Austria
  • “Out of the shattered city of Sarajevo comes a peace of music that demands to be heard and seen!” London Festival Catalogue, London, England



Sarajevska filharmonija 2016

Sarajevska filharmonija 2016


In the School

In the School



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