The Dubrovnik Summer Festival, in collaboration with the Croatian Writers Association and the project's author Mani Gotovac, will open the programme "Writers at the Festival" entitled "Sand as far as the eye can see" tonight, 29th July, with the premiere performance of "Several imaginary scenes inspired by the novel Ocean Sea by Alessandro Baricco" at 11.00 p.m. at Šulić Beach, as announced at the press conference held yesterday, 28th July, in the Festival's Palace.
A performance by the National Folk Dance and Song Ensemble Lado, a favourite of the Festival's audience, was traditionally held as part of the Festival’s programme last night, 27th July, before a numerous national and international audience on the Fort Revelin Tarace.
Wagner, Tchaikovsky and Dvořák to Be Performed by the Vojvodina Symphony Orchestra on Ruđer Bošković Square
As part of the 65th Dubrovnik Summer Festival’s musical programme, the Vojvodina Symphony Orchestra, conducted by maestro Berislav Skenderović, will perform alongside violinist Marco Graziani on Monday, 28th July with a start at 9.30 p.m. on Ruđer Bošković Square.
Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet”, the first drama premiere at this year’s 65th Dubrovnik Summer Festival, directed by Jagoš Marković and performed by the Festival’s Drama Ensemble, took place last night, 25th July under the sponsorship of Croatia osiguranje earning a standing ovation from the audience gathered in the Renaissance Skočibuha Summer Residence on Boninovo.
Leading Slovenian pianist in the domain of contemporary classical music Bojan Gorišek is set to perform the works of Eric Satie and Philip Glass as part of the 65th Dubrovnik Summer Festival’s Vip programme on Saturday, 26th July at 9 p.m. in the Rector’s Palace Atrium.
The final performance of “Obscuration”, the newest project of the Lero Student Theatre directed by Davor Mojaš, who created it according to the notes of Ruđer and Anica Bošković, will take place tonight, 24th July with a start at 9.30 p.m. in the Lazaretto.
A series of traditional projections of the Pula Film Festival’s best films presented at the Dubrovnik Summer Festival will begin tonight, 24th July with a British drama “The Invisible Woman” at 9.30 p.m. in the Jadran Open-air Cinema.
The traditional performances of the Linđo Folklore Ensemble, as part of the Dubrovnik Summer Festival’s programme, will continue to take place this year, once again, with the first out five total performances being held tonight at 9.30 p.m. on the Fort Revelin Tarace.
“Romeo and Juliet”, the first theater premiere at this year’s 65th Dubrovnik Summer Festival, directed by Jagoš Marković and performed by the Festival Drama Ensemble, is set to take place on Friday, 25th July at 9.30 p.m. in the Renaissance Skočibuha Summer Residence on Boninovo.
The Borna Šercar and Jazziana Croatica concert, which took place last night, 21st July, was held in the Marin Držić Theatre instead of the Excelsa Real Estate Amphitheatre on Mount Srđ, as originally announced, due to unfavourable weather conditions.