General manager of the Croatian Radio and Television Mr. Goran Radman delivered the Orlando Award for the greatest artistic achievements at the 63th Dubrovnik Summer Festival to the wind quintet Les vents français
Dubrovnik Summer Festival was recently presented in China at the international cultural fair in Shanghai and at the forum of East-European festivals in Beijing
The end of the 63rd Dubrovnik Summer Festival was marked by the Opera gala programme with opera stars – soprano Inva Mula and baritone Leo Nucci, and the Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of maestro Ivan Repušić, on 25th Aug in front of St Blaise's Church.
On the day of the closing ceremony a press conference was held at the Pucić Palace Hotel. The media was addressed by the Festival's General Manager Ivica Prlender, Theatre Programme Director Dora Ruždjak and Music Programme Director Ivan Repušić. Opera stars Inva Mula and Leo Nucci addressed the media as well.
Famous accordionist and bandoneonist Richard Galliano with his Piazzola Forever Septet performed Tango Project repertoire on 22nd Aug on Fort Revelin Terrace
Croatian RTV Symphony Orchestra, Choir of King's College in Cambridge, young Croatian soloists Evelin Novak, Diana Haller, Ivan Turšić and Goran Jurić performed under the baton of Stephen Cleobury on 20th Aug at the Dominican Church.
The famous Choir of King's College, Cambridge performed English Church music to the accompaniment of the organ under the baton of Stephen Cleobury on 19th August in the Rector's Palace Atrium.
Recital of the most famous conductor and pianist of our time, Daniel Barenboim featuring pieces by Franz Schubert was held at the 63rd Dubrovnik Summer Festival on 18th August in the Rector's Palace Atrium.
Summer edition of the Noir Festival from Zagreb presents 'Nights of noir in Dubrovnik' which includes film noir screenings and photography exhibition 'Double Identity' by Saša Šekoranja that was opened on 17th Aug at the Sponza Palace.
Renowned French pianist Pierre-Laurent Aimard performed at the 63rd Dubrovnik Summer Festival on 13th August in the intimate ambiance of the Rector's Palace Atrium.
World-renowned Chinese violinist Ning Feng and pianist Thomas Hoppe performed at the 63rd Dubrovnik Summer Festival, 9th August at the Rector's Palace Atrium.
Cherishing national folk customs and heritage at the Dubrovnik Summer Festival traditionally continues with Linđo Folklore Ensemble's performance on Thursday, 16th August at 9.30 pm at the Revelin Fort Terrace.
The music programme of the 63rd Dubrovnik Summer Festival was continued with performance of the Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra and guitarist Srđan Bulat under the baton of Tomislav Fačini on 6th August in the Rector's Palace Atrium.
Venice Baroque Ensemble and violinist Giuliano Carmignola performed Venice Baroque masters on 2nd August in the Rector's Palace Atrium.
The 63rd Dubrovnik Summer Festival in collaboration with the State Archives in Dubrovnik opened an exhibition of works by Josip Pino Trostmann entitled An Intimate and Intuitive ‘Biography’ of a Dubrovnik Painter on 2nd August in the Sponza Palace Atrium. The exhibition will be opened untill 17th August.
Four foreign films and three awarded Croatian films were shown in the period from 26th July until 1st August in front of more than thousand visitors in Open-air Cinemas 'Jadran' and 'Slavica' and Cinema Visia.
Contemporary dance by the renowned choreographer Edward Clug called The Divine Comedy - based on Dante's masterpiece and realised as a coproduction of the Bitef Theatre and Theatre City Budva Festival - was performed at the 63rd Dubrovnik Summer Festival on Thursday 26th July on the Revelin Fort Terrace.
In collaboration with the Pula Film Festival, French love drama Hell, directed by Claude Chabrol will be screened tonight, 29th July, at 9.30 pm at the Open-air cinema Jadran.
This year as well, the Dubrovnik Summer Festival will feature chosen titles from the Pula Film Festival in the period from July 26 to August 1.
One of the leading virtuosi in the world, British violinist Nigel Kennedy, performed an outstanding repertoire together with his jazz quintet last night, on July 22nd on the Revelin Fort Terrace. This performance was a part of the special Vip programme of the 63rd Dubrovnik Summer Festival.
The presentation of the monograph dedicated to the theatre career of one of the greatest Croatian theatre actors Pero Kvrgić will take place on Friday, 27th July at 9.30 pm in the Rector's Palace Atrium. The book Pero Kvrgić's Theatre Era was published by the Dubrovnik Summer Festival, as part of a series of similar editions dedicated to artists having marked the history of the Festival.
Exhibition of paintings and tapestries celebrating 50 years Of Romana Milutin Fabris's career was opened on July 19 in the Sponza Palace atrium and will stay opened to visitors till Aug 1.
Jeremy Irons, accompanied by the director of the Sarajevo Film Festival Mirsad Purivatra and the General Manager of the Dubrovnik Summer Festival Ivica Prlender, met the Croatian actors from the play Oedipus the King which is featured on this year's Festival's programme.
The Zagreb Philharmonic and cellist Monika Leskovar under the baton of Dmitrij Kitajenko performed in the Vip program of the Dubrovnik Summer Festival on Wednesday July 12th in the Dominican Church
The Opening Ceremony took place on July 10 at 9:00 pm in front of St. Blaise’s Church in the Old City of Dubrovnik.
The special conference of the Festival's council was held under the chairmanship of the Minister of Culture of the Republic of Croatia, Andea Zlatar Violić, on Tuesday 10th of July at the Festival palace.
The dress rehearsal of the Opening Ceremony of the 63rd Dubrovnik Summer Festival at midnight on July 9th in front of St. Blaise's Church.
Tickets for this season's rich theatre, music, dance and folklore program of the Dubrovnik Summer Festival are available at nearly 200 locations all over Croatia
Croatian Radio and Television, in the presence of Croatian President Ivo Josipović, awarded the best performances at the 62nd Dubrovnik Summer Festival program with the Orlando Award - Mislav Čavajda for the main role in the play Oedipus the King and clarinet player Marija Pavlović, on August 26 at the Rector's Palace.
As part of the off-program of the 62nd Dubrovnik Summer Festival, academic sculptor, fashion designer and visual artist Ivana Popović presented a sequence of artistic installations in the unique project titled “The Observers”, in the period from August 20 to 25 at the venues of Festival’s program performances.
The famed Croatian mezzo-soprano Renata Pokupić performed together with the notable pianist Roger Vignoles as part of the musical programme of the 62nd Dubrovnik Summer Festival, in cooperation with Hotel More, on Tuesday the 23d of August in the Rector's Palace, starting at 21:30.
The great Russian pianist Boris Berezovsky performed as part of the music program of the 62nd Dubrovnik Summer Festival, two days after his piano duo with Alexander Ghindin, on Saturday the 20th of August in the Rector's Palace Atrium.
As part of the off- program of the 62nd Dubrovnik Summer Festival, the monograph dedicated to the work of producer, pedagogue and long-time Festiva’ director of the drama program - Joško Juvančić, was presented on August 17, in the Rector's Palace Atrium.
The great Russian pianists Boris Berezovsky and Alexander Ghindin performed as part of the Vip program of the 62nd Dubrovnik Summer Festival, on Thursday the 18th of August in the Rector's Palace Atrium.