During almost thirty years of work experience in the field of finance, education and organization of cultural events, Marin Kaporelo (Split, 1976) profiled himself as a prominent organizer in culture and promoter of musical life in Croatia.

He has a number of successful initiatives and projects behind him and in 2019 he was awarded the Order of The Croatian Morning Star with the figure of Marko Marulić. He graduated from the Faculty of Law, University of Split, earning the title of Master of Public Administration. He began his professional career in the banking sector, increasingly engaging in the field of musical art. He acted as president and organizational leader of the Cantores Maruli Association (2007–2016), external associate and lecturer of the course Governance in Culture and Art at the Academy of Arts of the University of Split (2018/2019), coordinator of the Platform of Musical Initiatives Split (2019–2020), director of music youth Split (2016–2020), and acting director of the Croatian House of Split (2020–2023), who during his mandate became a dynamic and modern concert venue in which they perform leading names of the Croatian and European music scene. In March 2023, he was elected secretary general of the newly established Croatian Association of Music Organizers.

At the same time active as a musician, member and soloist of the Brodosplit City Choir, the cantores Maruli band, whose founder, and several klapas, he is a guest at numerous festivals, festivals and competitions, winning awards (Festival of Dalmatian Klapas Omiš, Guido d'Arezzo competition, World Choir Olympiad, etc.). His efforts in the field of promotion and preservation of cultural intangible heritage resulted in three authorand and co-authormultimedia projects: The Story of Marko Marulić, Adriatic Glagolitic and Meštrović's Passion. The story of Marko Marulić was awarded the Artist of the Peoples of Mine Award, awarded by the Museums of Ivan Meštrović for his special contribution to the preservation and promotion of Croatian cultural heritage (2012). By the decision of the Ministry of Culture and Media, in January 2023 he was appointed artistic director of the Osor Musical Evenings, and in September he took over the position of assistant for the production of the newly elected general manager of the Dubrovnik Summer Festival.

Previous art directors:
Branko Mihanović 2016 - 2022
Ivana Kocelj 2013. - 2016.
Berislav Šipuš 2009 - 2012