Tereza Kesovija accompanied by Ante Gelo on the guitar, Mladen Kosovec on the accordion and Filip Gjuda on the piano, will perform French chansons as a part of the programme "Evening Serenades" on Wednesday, 19th August, in Skočibuha Summer Residence on Boninovo, starting at 10 pm instead of 11 pm as announced earlier.
The new festivals off programme „Evening Serenades“ continued on August 10th on the Revelin Fort terrace with Amira Medunjanin trio and Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra conducted by Mladen Tarbuk.
Last year's premiere title , "Romeo and Juliet" by William Shakespeare, directed by Jagoš Marković and performed by the Festival Drama Ensemble, is on the program of the 66th Dubrovnik Summer Festival on 15th, 16th, 17th and 18th of August at 9:30 pm in the Renaissance Skočibuha Summer Residence on Boninovo.
The legendary Goldoni’s „La Bottega del Caffè“ which was last performed on the Dubrovnik Summer Festival in 1987, is to be premiered next year on the 29th of July 2016 on the 67th Dubrovnik Festival, in Vinko Brešan’s direction.
Pianist legend Dubravka Tomšić will perform with the Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra conducted by maestro Ramon Tebar with the program composed exclusively of compositions by Ludwig van Beethoven on Friday, 14th August at 9 pm in Rector's Palace Atrium.
Hungarian violin virtuoso Roby Lakatos performed with his ensemble as part of the off program "Evening Serenades" at the 66th Dubrovnik Summer Festival last night, August 12th, at the Fort Revelin Terrace and delighted the Festival audiences with their spectacular performance.
As a part of the music program of the 66th Dubrovnik Summer Festival, a young Russian pianist Alexander Kutuzov will perform works of composers L. van Beethoven, R. Schumann, S. Rachmaninov and Tchaikovsky on Thursday, 6th of August starting at 9:30 pm in the Rector's palace atrium.
Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra under the baton of the Italian conductor, maestro Stefan Mazzoleni, together with saxophonist Lovro Merčep will perform on Friday, 31th July at 9:30 pm in the Rector's palace atrium, with music pieces by Alberto Ginastera, Ivan Končić and Igor Stravinsky.