Tickets for around thirty musical, theatrical, ballet and other programmes - which will be shown at the 68th Dubrovnik Summer Festival from 10 July to 25 August - are available online on the Dubrovnik Summer Festival site dubrovnik-festival.hr and via ulaznice.hr service.
In addition to tickets for two critically acclaimed repeat plays – La Bottega del caffè, directed by Vinko Brešan, and Othello, directed by Ivica Boban – tickets for the Zagreb Youth Theatre's guest performance Hinkemann, directed by Igor Vuk Torbica, and the Croatian National Theatre of Zagreb's ballet Swan Lake, choreographed and directed by Vladimir Malakhov, are available online. The Festival visitors can also buy tickets for Carmina Burana, which will be performed in the 68th Dubrovnik Summer Festival's Opening Concert in front of St Blaise's Church on 11 July; the Closing Gala Concert featuring the Croatian Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra and Aleksey Semenenko, last year's Orlando Award winner; and for most of the concerts, including piano recitals of Lukáš Vondráček, the Queen Elisabeth Competition last year's absolute winner, and Dmitry Shishkin; the Ludwig's Songs project featuring compositions of Ludwig van Beethoven performed by the Umberto Giordano Ensemble; the violin recital of Stefan Milenkovich who will be accompanied by the pianist Rohan De Silva; the chamber concert at the Rector's Palace featuring the violinist and violist Nemanja Radulović; the cello/guitar duo recital of Monika Leskovar and Petrit Çeku; two concerts of the Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra and guests at the Rector's Palace Atrium; the Old Loves programme featuring Tereza Kesovija, who will perform verses of Jakša Fiamengo, Ivo Vojnović, Arsen Dedić and other poets set to music; and the Croatian debut of Zara McFarlane and her Quartet at the Revelin Fort Terrace; to name but a few.
Tickets are available online on the Dubrovnik Summer Festival site dubrovnik-festival.hr and via ulaznice.hr service. The online purchase with your Mastercard and Maestro cards will get you 10% off tickets, while spending over 500 KN will provide you a 30% discount voucher for the Festival souvenirs. The programmes for which tickets will be available online by the beginning of June include two premiere plays: Messrs. Glembay, directed by Zlatko Sviben, and #Držić – The Enemy's Victory, directed by Ivica Boban; the premiere of Handel's Orlando; and the remaining events at the 68th Dubrovnik Summer Festival. For all information regarding tickets purchase online, please contact our Box Office: firstname.lastname@example.org and Tel. 020/ 326 107.