Key to the Future - Young Laureates of International Music Competitions festival programme continues with guitarist Srđan Bulat on Sunday, 13 August at 9:30 PM in the Rector's Palace Atrium. The repertoire consists of Giulio Regondi's Étude No. 8 u G major, Antón García Abril's Dos Cantares, Francisco Tárrega's Capricho arabe, Joaquín Rodrigo's En los trigales, Marko Ruždjak's Double, Stjepan Šulek's The Troubadours Three, Isaac Albéniz's Mallorca and Željko Brkanović's Suita Mediterranea.
As part of the music programme of the 68th Dubrovnik Summer Festival, the audience will have the opportunity to hear the recital named Soirée Franz Liszt by pianist Goran Filipec on Tuesday, 8 August, in the Rector's Palace Atrium starting at 9:30 pm.
The Glembays by Miroslav Krleža, directed by Zlatko Sviben and performed by the Festival Drama Ensemble will premiere at the 68th Dubrovnik Summer Festival on 6 August at the Museum of Modern Art Dubrovnik.
Cellist Monika Leskovar and guitarist Petrit Çeku will perform in a joined recital at the 68th Dubrovnik Summer Festival on Saturday, 29 July in the Rector's Palace Atrium starting at 9.30 pm.
The music and stage programme of the 68th Dubrovnik Summer Festival features the premiere of Georg Friedrich Handel opera Orlando subtitled Metamorphosesanddirected by János Szikora, on Friday, 28 July, beginning at 9.30 pm. The opera, which will take place in the magical ambience of the Benedictine Monastery Cloister on the Island of Lokrum, has been announced today, at the press conference held in the performance venue. Under artistic directorship of the conductor David Bates, the ensemble consists of a superb team of soloists: the British countertenor Owen Willetts in the role of the knight Orlando, Ivana Lazar in the role of Angelica, Renata Pokupić in the role of Medoro, Marija Kuhar Šoša in the role of Dorinda, and David Oštrek in the role of Zoroastro. The music will be performed by the Orlando Award winning Croatian Baroque Ensemble led by its Concertmaster Laura Vadjon.
The awarded performance of Three Winters by Tena Štivičić directed by Ivica Buljan and produced by Croatian National Theatre of Zagreb will be performed on Saturday 22 July and Sunday 23 July at 9.30 pm in Gradac Park. The play premiered in London to a great success and won the prestigious Susan Smith Blackburn Prize in New York. Its production in Zagreb has been received with universal enthusiasm, becoming a genuine hit.
As part of the music programe at the 68th Dubrovnik Summer Festival, Trio 1887 and clarinetist Domagoj Pavlović will perform on Wednesday, 19 July at 9.30 pm in the Rector's Palace Atrium.