Posted: 05.08.2018

[ SOLD OUT ] Tickets for Daniil Trifonov's recital are sold out! Standing tickets available at the entrance.

Tickets for Daniil Trifonov's recital that will take place on Monday, 6 August at 9.30 pm in the Rector's Palace Atrium, are sold out! Standing tickets will be available at the entrance, in front of the Rector's Palace, starting from 7 pm tomorrow, at the price of 150 kuna (approximately 20 Euro)

Posted: 05.08.2018

Russian pianist Daniil Trifonov to perform on Monday in the Rector's Palace

This year's winner of the Grammy Award for the Best Classical Instrumental Solo Album and Laureate of the world's most honored piano prizes Daniil Trifonov will perform at the Dubrovnik Summer Festival with a program dedicated to Chopin on Monday, August 6, at 9.30 pm in the atrium of the Rector’s Palace.

Posted: 02.08.2018

Due to great interest of audience "The Carnival of Animals" moved to the Rector's Palace

The concert for children "The Carnival of Animals" due to great interest of the festival audience will be held in the atrium of the Rector's Palace, not in the Sponza Palace, as it was announced earlier.

Posted: 31.07.2018

''Inside Out'' with I.N.K. Experiment Duo, robot orchestra and Chui

The unique music project Inside Out at the 69th Dubrovnik Summer Festival will be held on Saturday, August 4th, at two locations - first from 9.30 pm inside the City Walls, near the Great Onofrio Fountain and then from 11 pm in the Orsula park.

Posted: 27.07.2018

Sale at the Festival souvenir shop

On the occasion of the first drama premiere at the 69th Dubrovnik Summer Festival, there is a 30% discount on this year's Festival bags and t-shirts in the souvenir shop of the Festival Palace – adress: Od Sigurate 1. The discount will be available on the days when the play Michelangelo will be performed – from July 27th to July 31st.

Posted: 25.07.2018

Production of Michelangelo on Lokrum explores the relation between artist and money

The first drama premiere at the 69th Dubrovnik Summer Festival, Michelangelo by Sebastijan Horvat and Milan Matthis Marković, based on Miroslav Krleža's play Michelangelo Buonarroti, directed by Sebastijan Horvat and co-produced by the Festival and the Croatian National Theatre Ivan von Zajc of Rijeka, will be premiered under the sponsorship of HEP on 27 July in the Benedictine monastery ruins on the Island of Lokrum. A press conference was held at the Festival Palace on the occasion of the upcoming premiere of the play, which was already proclaimed a theatrical event of the summer by some critics.

Posted: 24.07.2018

Dance performance Macbeth on Thursday on the Revelin Fort Terrace

Dance performance Macbeth will be presented as a part of Dubrovnik Summer Festival on Thursday, July 26th, at 9.30 pm on the Revelin Fort Terrace. It's made after William Shakespeare's play, produced by Bitef Theatre and Tivat Culture Center. This production of Dance performance Macbeth follows the already established Bitef Dance Company policy which adheres to the intention of presenting new streams of dance theatre development to its audience, through choreographed staging of great literary works. The works staged so far are Shakespeare’s Othello, Dante’s Divine Comedy, Moliere’s Don Juan, Aristophanes’ Birds…

Posted: 23.07.2018

All the glory of Croatian folklore to be presented by LADO

Much respected guest of the Dubrovnik Summer Festival, National Folk Dance Ensemble of Croatia LADO will perform on Tuesday, July 24th, at 9.30 pm on the terrace of Fort Revelin. On this year's performance, all the glory of the Croatian folklore will be shown with dance and song through the new Ideju regruti program.

Posted: 22.07.2018

Yuya Okamoto in conversation with Karolina Rugle

What was your musical path, what led you to where you are today? I started to play cello because my father, who was conductor, also played the cello. My mother was a singer, so I was in a musical family and it was a natural way, to become a musician. My parents did a lot for me, for my musical life. I started with cello at the age of 7 in Regensburg, Germany. The biggest reason for my continuation was the teacher, so I just followed that way until we moved to Japan, when I was 12. There I met my new cello professor, who was the best cellist in Japan. She was the one who determined my musical way and I am really, really thankful for that.