Posted: 20.10.2018

Symposium – Future Epics project - A public event with lectures and discussions at the Vitlycke Performing Arts Center

In September 2018, the Future Epics project was launched with the aim of linking various historical narratives and contemporary art through an online platform, with the active involvement of the target audience by gathering stories from different historical periods coming from partner countries and all across Europe, focusing on those which are ignored and less popular for various reasons – from politics to discrimination. This project is supported by Creative Europe, and implemented by Heartefact Fund (Serbia), together with its partners: Vitlycke Center for Performing Arts (Sweden), TASCA (Spain) and Dubrovnik Summer Festival (Croatia).

Posted: 22.09.2018

Two-year heritage project Future Epics presented by the Festival

Future Epics, a project co-financed by EU funds which will be carried out by the Dubrovnik Summer Festival with partners during the next two years, was presented on 22 September, at the Festival Palace as part of Cultural Heritage Days in Dubrovnik 2018.

Posted: 19.09.2018

Interview with Cameron Carpenter, by Karolina Rugle

In an interview with musicologist and our Assistant Artistic Director for innovative cultural practices Karolina Rugle, Cameron Carpenter reveals his impressions of the Dubrovnik Summer Festival, of music, and classical music especially, organ as an instrument, an experience of being an artist... Read the interview and find out more about the intellectual, individualistic, one might even say eccentric, persona behind one of the world greatest and most interesting organists.

Posted: 04.09.2018

Another Festival project wins EU funding


Posted: 03.09.2018

69th Dubrovnik Summer Festival in numbers

69th Dubrovnik Summer Festival in numbers

Posted: 23.08.2018

Famous organist Cameron Carpenter to perform with the Croatian Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra at the closing of the Festival

Top American organist Cameron Carpenter will perform with the Croatian Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Italian conductor Daniele Rustioni in the grand concert finale of the 69th Dubrovnik Summer Festival in front of St Blaise's Church on Saturday, 25 August at 22:00. The concert will be broadcast live by Croatian Television Channel 1and Croatian Radio Channel 3.

Posted: 16.08.2018

PSSSST! Hidden projections are coming to the city

The Motovun Film Festival arrives at the Dubrovnik Summer Festival for the first time ever with one of its specialties - movie projections on unexpected locations, under the open sky, in places where movies never run, on August 23rd and 24th. And where? That will be our little secret until the last minute!

Posted: 14.08.2018

Eight excellent guitarists to play together in the Rector’s Palace atrium

The music program of the Dubrovnik Summer Festival will continue with a unique concert that will be held under the title Guitarrismo on Thursday, August 16th, at 9.30 pm in the atrium of the Rector’s Palace. Eight excellent guitarists will share the stage: Zoran Dukić, Petrit Çeku, Morana Pešutić, Tomislav Vukšić, Tvrtko Sarić, Krešimir Bedek, Pedro Ribeiro Rodrigues and Maroje Brčić. With the selection of the best compositions and arrangements for different guitar compositions, the concert also features the premiere of Goran Tudor’s piece for eight guitars - Bašamar.