|20.10.2015.||Die Zauberflöte / Sarastro, conductor: Antonello Manacorda Teatro La Fenice, Venice||More info|
|+||21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31 Oct 2015|
|29.11.2015.||Ognenny Angel / Inquisitor, conductor: Vladimir Jurowski Bayerische Staatsoper, Munich||More info|
|+||3, 6, 9, 12 Dec 2015 16 Jul 2016|
|30.12.2015.||La Bohème / Colline, conductor: Asher Fisch Bayerische Staatsoper, Munich||More info|
|+||3, 5 Jan 2016 3, 6 Jul 2016|
|14.01.2016.||Don Giovanni / Commendatore, conductor: James Gaffigan Bayerische Staatsoper, Munich||More info|
|+||17, 20 Jan 2016|
|15.02.2016.||Gurrelieder / Bauer, conductor: Zubin Mehta Bayerische Staatsoper, Munich||More info|
|+||17, 19 Feb 2016|
|27.02.2016.||Norma / Oroveso, conductor: Paolo Carignani Bayerische Staatsoper, Munich||More info|
|+||1, 4 Mar 2016|
|10.03.2016.||Il trovatore / Ferrando, conductor: Antonello Allemandi Bayerische Staatsoper, Munich||More info|
|+||13, 17 Mar 2016|
|26.03.2016.||Turandot / Timur, conductor: Dan Ettinger Bayerische Staatsoper, Munich||More info|
|+||30 Mar 2016 2 Apr 2016 7, 10 Jul 2016|
|20.04.2016.||Lucrezia Borgia / Gubetta, conductor: Paolo Arrivabeni Bayerische Staatsoper, Munich||More info|
|+||24, 28 Apr 2016 13 Jul 2016|
|08.05.2016.||Tosca / Angelotti, conductor: Karel Mark Chichon Bayerische Staatsoper, Munich||More info|
|+||11, 14 May 2016 25, 28 Jun 2016 1 Jul 2016|
|25.05.2016.||Lucia di Lammermoor / Raimondo Bidebent, conductor: Oksana Lyniv Bayerische Staatsoper, Munich||More info|
|+||28, 31 May 2016|
|24.07.2016.||Les Indes Galantes / Bellone, conductor: Ivor Bolton Bayerische Staatsoper, Munich||More info|
|+||26, 27, 29, 30 Jul 2016|
|10.05.||La Bohème / Colline, conductor: Marco ArmiliatoBayerische Staatsoper, Munich, Germany||More info|
|11.06.||I Capuleti e i Montecchi / Capellio, conductor: Riccardo FrizzaBayerische Staatsoper, Munich, Germany||More info|
|12.06.||Madama Butterfly / Zio Bonzo, conductor: Daniele RustioniBayerische Staatsoper, Munich, Germany||More info|
|13.06.||I Capuleti e i Montecchi / Capellio, conductor: Riccardo FrizzaBayerische Staatsoper, Munich, Germany||More info|
|14.06.||Madama Butterfly / Zio Bonzo, conductor: Daniele RustioniBayerische Staatsoper, Munich, Germany||More info|
|15.06.||I Capuleti e i Montecchi / Capellio, conductor: Riccardo FrizzaBayerische Staatsoper, Munich, Germany||More info|
|19.06.||Madama Butterfly / Zio Bonzo, conductor: Daniele RustioniBayerische Staatsoper, Munich, Germany||More info|
|28.06.||Guillaume Tell / Walter Furst, conductor: Dan EttingerBayerische Staatsoper, Munich, Germany||More info|
Young bass Goran Jurić was born on 6 May 1983, in the city of Karlovac in Croatia. An active opera, oratorio and concert singer, he has lived in Munich since the beginning of the 2011/12 season, where he belongs to the ensemble of the Bayerische Staatsoper.
Goran completed a Master's degree in Opera Studies at the Academy of Music, University of Zagreb under the tuition of Vlatka Oršanić. He is also completing his second Master's degree in Phonetics and Italian Language and Literature at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb. His current voice teacher is Romualdo Savastano.
He started his music education at the School of Music in Karlovac, studying flute and solo singing (under the tutelage of Radmila Bocek). He continued with secondary music education at the School of Music Vatroslav Lisinski in Zagreb, studying with Bojan Pogrmilović.
In addition to his regular education, he has completed a number of professional courses, seminars and master classes with renowned musicians and voice coaches including Gerhard Zeller, Philip Pickett and Roberto Scandiuzzi. In the summer of 2011 he participated in the Young Singers’ Project of the Salzburg Festival.
A regular performer at the Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb since 2008, Goran Jurić has performed roles including Plutone and Caronte in Monteverdi’s L'Orfeo, Sarastro in Die Zauberflöte and Suleiman the Magnificent in Zajc's Nikola Šubić Zrinjski. In 2011 he debuted in the role of Gran Sacerdote di Belo in a new production of Verdi's Nabucco at the Teatro dell'opera in Rome conducted by Riccardo Muti, and at the Teatro La Fenice in Venice as the Commendatore in Mozart's Don Giovanni. He returned to La Fenice in spring 2012 as Colline in Puccini's La Bohème.
Since 2011 as a soloist at the Bayerische Staatsoper in Munich, Goran’s roles have included Colline, Don Fernando in Beethoven's Fidelio conducted by Zubin Mehta, Biterolf in Wagner's Tannhäuser conducted by Kent Nagano, Il Re in Verdi's Aida, Capellio in Bellini's I Capuleti e i Montecchi, Banco in Verdi's Macbeth conducted by Massimo Zanetti, Il Frate in Verdi's Don Carlos conducted by Zubin Mehta, Commendatore, Ferrando in Verdi's Il trovatore conducted by Paolo Carignani and Timur in Puccini's Turandot.
As a concert singer, his performances have included Stravinsky’s Les noces conducted by David Zinman in Zurich, Frère Dominique in Honegger's Jeanne d'Arc au Bûcher, Händel's Dettingen Te Deum and Messiah, Charpentier's Te Deum, Mozart's Requiem, Haydn's Nelson Mass, Buxtehude's Membra Iesu Nostri, Schütz's Musikalische Exequien, Fedor Basmanov in Prokofiev's Ivan the Terrible and Bach's Weihnachts-Oratorium. In January 2012 he sang in operatic concerts in Hamburg and in the Alte Oper in Frankfurt to great acclaim.
Winner, 1st Prize, National Competition of Students of Music and Dance, Dubrovnik, Croatia
Winner, 2nd Prize and Special Prizes of the Director of the Opera of the Slovak National Theater Bratislava and the Director of the Opera of the National Theater Prague, International Vocal Competition Mikuláš Schneider – Trnavský, Trnava, Slovakia
Winner, 1st Prize, International Vocal Competition Iris Adami Corradetti, Padua, Italy
Winner of "Ivo Vuljević" award for the most successful young Croatian musician
“...Seinen besten Auftritt hatte er als Fiesco aus Verdis 'Simon Boccanegra'. Mit in allen Registern tragendem Bass und grandioser, voller Tiefe brachte er die 'gequälte Seele eines trauernden Vaters' und dessen finstere Männlichkeit zum Ausdruck.”Eva Schumann, Die Offenbach-Post