First, he studied economics, successfully passing his exams, and afterward tried his skill as an actor. And then one day, he sang in a theater performance and has never stopped.
There are many reasons to talk with Belgrade tenor Goran Dime. At the end of November, at the home of the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra, he held a humanitarian concert for UNICEF. He presented the program that he performed last year at the Festival in Carcassonne, in southwestern France. He performed with pianist Ivan Jovanovic and mezzo-soprano Violeta Poleksic, a member of the opera company in Strasbourg. And while more than praiseworthy critiques of the vocal achievements of Goran Dime continue, he is ready for new undertakings. In 2009, he plans to tour with a classical music repertoire in Serbia and introduce his first CD with pop songs that his friends Zika and Jelena from the group “Zana” have produced for him.
The artistic and life path of Goran Dime are set, along with his voice and singing commitments. Unlike the majority of our singers, he does not hide the fact that opera productions, at least those in Belgrade, have never attracted him. Concert performances are more appropriate for his sensitivity. Alone, eye-to-eye with the audience, in symbiosis with pianist Ivan Jovanovic, he feels the best. Although he finished lower music school in four years, he was unable to recognize his true vocation for a long time. First, he studied economics, successfully passing his exams, and afterward he tried his skill as an actor. And then one day, he sang in a theater performance and has never stopped.
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