Dance performance Anything by the awarded Spanish choreographer Daniel Abreu, was performed last night, 6 August, by the dancers from reputable Zagreb Dance Company on the Revelin Fort Terrace as part of the 67th Dubrovnik Summer Festival programme.
Programme of the 67th Dubrovnik Summer Festival has just two more performances by Linđo Folklore Ensemble left till closing. First will be held on Sunday 7 August and the last one will take place on 12 August, at 9.30 pm on the Revelin Fort Terrace.
Michele Campanella, Italian piano virtuoso performed on 5 August in the atrium of the Rector's Palace. Compositions by Robert Schumann, Prokofiev and Modest Mussorgsky have been included in the recital programme and presented to the festival audience. Although Michele Campanella is in his seventies, he evoked the incredible energy of young men.
„La bottega del caffè“ directed by Vinko Brešan was the first premiere title in the theater programme of 67th Dubrovnik Summer Festival - and it conquered the hearts of local audience. More than 4000 people watched two dressed rehearsals and altogether six performances which were held on 31 June, 1, 2, 3, 4and 5 of August. The last one was additionally added to the programme because of the exceptional interest of the audience.
Indian classical dances are going to be performed by an Indian dancer and choreographer Sneha Bharadwaj on the Revelin Fort Terrace, on Thursday, 11 August at 9:30 PM.
Rehearsals for the second theatre premiere at the 67th Dubrovnik Summer Festival - Shakespeare's Othello, directed by Ivica Boban and performed by the Festival Drama Ensemble, have started on Lovrjenac Fort on 1 August. After several months of rehearsals in Zagreb, team and the ensemble moved to Dubrovnik where they are continuing to work intensively on the preparation of the upcoming first performance.
Two photography exhibitions, 'Movement and Expression' by Mara Bratoš and 'Memoirs of One's Youth' by Dejan Stokic, were presented last night in Lazareti. The exhibitions will be opened until 25 August.
As part of the rich music program of this year's Festival, violinist David Alogna and pianist Alexander Frey will perform works of the great masters: Bach, Mozart, Brahms, Tchaikovsky and Manuel de Falla, on Friday, 29 July starting at 9.30 pm in the Rector's Palace Atrium.