di Lammermoor), Pesaro (Mose, Tancredi), Trieste, Roma, Napoli, and a tour of recitals in his native Croatia.
The same year he was singing the title role of Mose in Pesaro, he made his debut in Milano at the Piccola Scala in "Il Convitato di Pietra" as well as at the Paris Opera as Colline and Pharaon, with Samuel Ramey and Shirley Verrett.
at the Vienna State Opera
Among his many varied stage appearances in recent time is the role of the Count in "Le Nozze di Figaro" in Nantes, in 90/91 "Carmen" at the Vienna State Opera, under Maestro Claudio Abbado, and the new production of "Don Giovanni" directed by Richard Foreman and conducted by Maestro Casadesus.
In Semptember "91", BORIS MARTINOVICH obtained his long term engagement at the Opernhaus Zurich and sang his first Onegin, Mustafa, and Sharpless on stage, apart from that he sang the Verdi "Requiem" in Lisbon, Mozart's "Requiem" in Lille, "Maddalena" by Prokofiev in Paris, a tour in Japan of the Verdi "Requiem" and Sharpless in "Madama Butterfly".
After making a spectacular debut in Santiago singing "Atilla" in October '92, he was immediately re-engaged for "Carmen" in June '93, January '94 and Aprill '94.