World-renowned young Croatian musicians, cellist Luka Šulić and pianist Aljoša Jurinić, will perform the works of Schumann, Brahms, Barber and Piazzolla as part of the music programme of the 70th Dubrovnik Summer Festival on 22 August 2019 at the Rector's Palace Atrium
Future Epics Lab, held in Belgrade from 11 to 17 February 2019, was the first part of a process in which ideas of reinterpretation, deconstruction and redefining existing social traditions and conventions, collective memory and cultural heritage are explored.
Collaboration Between Orsat Franković and Ana Opalić
Opera Gala on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of inclusion of the Old City of Dubrovnik on UNESCO's World Heritage List
The gala concert on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of inclusion of the Old City of Dubrovnik on UNESCO's World Heritage List and the 10th anniversary of inclusion of the Festivity of St Blaise on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, performed by the Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra conducted by Ivan Josip Skender, with renowned soloists Marija Kuhar Šoša, Dubravka Šeparović Mušović, Domagoj Dorotić and Ljubomir Puškarić, will take place on Friday, 1 February at 20:00 at the main conference hall of Hotel Rixos Libertas. Tickets are available at the price of 70 KN and 100 KN.
Future Epics has created this platform as a part of The Future Epics program. This is a space for sharing stories about your history – the history you need. They encourage all those who wish to be a part of our Future Epics program to join them in creating new traditions.
Cultural and artistic project Port of Dreamers was presented by the Festival Artistic Director Dora Ruždjak Podolski, Assistant Artistic Director Saša Božić and project partners Milan Vračar from the Kulturanova civil society organisation from Novi Sad and Benjamin Virc from the Slovene National Theatre of Maribor on 16 December at the Festival Palace. The presentation was followed by Romana Pozniak’s lecture on migrations and asylum in the context of contemporary society and the lecture of Tvrtko Barun, the head of the Jesuit Refugee Service South-East Europe.