Rahela Duric was born in Maribor, Slovenia. She studied choral (Prof. Johannes Prinz) and orchestral (Prof. Wolfgang Dörner) conducting at the University of music and performing Arts Graz (Austria) and graduated in 2013 with honors. Currently she teaches as an assistant Professor for choir conducting under Prof. Johannes Prinz at the same University. She received various prizes: Noel Minet prize for ‘A promising young conductor’ at the International competition for young choral conductors in Turin, Italy (2015), 1st prize, the audience prize and the prize for the best conductor according to the choir at the international conducting competition 2019 in Koper (Slovenia). She leads various choirs, seminars, singing and conducting weeks and co-founds social projects connected with music (such as Superar, Meet4music) in different countries. Since October 2021 she is also the new artistic director of the renowned choir Akademski Pevski Zbor Tone Tomši?, Ljubljana.
For more information visit her homepage at: https://www.raheladuric.com/