Last year ballet premiere Dangerous Liaisons that impressed both the audience and critics, will be performed on 12th and 13th of July on Bošković square, starting at 9.30 p.m.
As the Festival's Libertas flag rose to the verses of the „Ode to Liberty“ before a numerous audience, the 66th Dubrovnik Summer Festival was opened last night, 10th of July, in front of St Blaise's Church.
Music programme for the 66th Dubrovnik Summer Festival will be opened by The Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra lead by a legendary conductor, maestro Uroš Lajovic, along with a currently leading croatian tenor of the younger generation, Domagoj Dorotić and a young baritone, Leon Košavić. Event will begin on Saturday, 11th July, at 9:30 pm in front of St. Blaise's Church as a part of the Vip programme.
Golden Apple Award for 2015. has been awarded to the city of Dubrovnik and Dubrovnik Summer Festival for their contribution in promoting the historical and cultural heritage of the highest world standards.
Dubrovnik, 9th July 2015 – Opening Ceremony Dress Rehearsal for the 66th Dubrovnik Summer Festival will be held tonight, July 9th at midnight, in front of St. Blaise's Church - the night before the official opening.
The 66th Dubrovnik Summer Festival, taking place from 10 July to 25 August, will open on 10 July with raising the Libertas flag on Orlando's Column. During 47 festival days, more than 2000 artists from all over the world will take part in more than 70 theatrical, musical, operatic, ballet and folklore events in around twenty Dubrovnik site-specific venues, before an audience of 60.000 local and foreign visitors, according to the announcement from the Press Conference held at the Argentina Hotel. The participants included Andro Vlahušić, Mayor of Dubrovnik, Mladen Tarbuk, Artistic Director; Mani Gotovac, Theatre Programme Director; and Martina Rizman Matić, Corporative Communications Manager of the Vipnet, General Sponsor of the Festival.
This year's visual identity of Dubrovnik Summer Festival represents continuation of the parallelism between the architecture and anatomy, which is strongly dramatized by "walls of stone, heart of art” slogan but this year with water as a dominant theme. Authors of the concept and design are Maro Pitarević and Gabrijela Farčić.
The Croatian exhibition entitled Intangible, featuring as many as two projects from the Theatre Programme of the Dubrovnik Summer Festival has been awarded Gold Medal PQ 2015 for Use of Space for Performance at this year's Prague Quadrennial, the prestigious European event in the field of set design and related disciplines.