Davorin Mori studied piano and conducting at the Landeskonservatorium Klagenfurt with Alexei Kornienko, piano at the Mozarteum Salzburg with Claudius Tanski, and is currently studying conducting at the University of Performing Arts Vienna in the class of Dr. Johannes Wildner.
As a pianist, he has won competitions in Italy, Slovenia and Serbia.
As a conductor or soloist, he has performed with the Slovenian Philharmonic, the Philharmonia Chor Wien, and the KONSE Sinfonie Orchester, among others. In March 2018 he performed as a soloist with the Tonkünstlerorchester Niederösterreich in the Great Hall of the Vienna Musikverein.
He also gives concerts regularly in various chamber music ensembles that have taken him to Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, Hungary, Serbia, Austria, Germany, Belgium, and China. He has played at various festivals such as the Opening Festival of Salzburger Festspiele, Carintischer Sommer, International Arts Festival Shanghai, Imagine Festival Antwerp, Proms on Stage: Young Artists Linz, St. Pauler Kultursommer, Klassik in Klagenfurt, Festival Ljubljana, Musica Insieme Pordenone, and the Janus Festival of Modern Music in Maribor, Slovenia.
Davorin often performs as a collaborative pianist with the Austrian Kammersängerin Bernarda Fink.
The live recording of Karen Asatrian’s “Prayer Wheel” from Opening Festival of Salzburger Festspiele for jazz quartet and choir under his direction was released by Universal Austria in summer 2017.
Davorin is a member of the Slovenian Society for Modern Music Janus Atelier.
He is founder and Artistic Director of Camerata Sinfonica Austria, a chamber orchestra that perform symphonic music in the spirit of Arnolds Schönberg’s „Verein für musikalische Privataufführungen“.
Between May and November 2019 he worked as Assistant Choir Director for the choir academy of the Vienna State Opera.