Piano duo Zrinka Ivančić Cikojević and Dalibor Cikojević, performed as part of the music program of the 71st Dubrovnik Summer Festival, last night, July 17, in the atrium of the Rector's Palace have performed works by Francis Poulenc, Darius Milhaud, and Boris Papandopulo.
A two-day program in the Bunić-Kaboga summer villa, realized in cooperation with the Kinookus Association, the Caboga-Stiftung Foundation, and the Dubrovnik Summer Festival, ended with a free screening of the documentary film "Push", held on July 16.
In cooperation with Caboga Stiftung, this weekend's guest performance of the City Puppet Theater Split brings the award-winning author's play by Ana Marija Veselčić "Home Dwellers" on Saturday, July 18 at 21.30h and for the youngest audience, the play "Goga the Millipede" by Adrijana Grgičević on Sunday, July 19 at 20.00h. Both performances will be performed in the atrium of the Postgraduate Center Dubrovnik (Don Frana Bulića 4).
The dance performance "Up and Up", by the choreographic idea of Ferenc Fehér, will be performed by the Zagreb Dance Ensemble through the Croatian Dance Network this Sunday, July 19 at 9.30 pm in Gradac Park.
The accompanying program of the 71st Dubrovnik Summer Festival in cooperation with the Kinookus Association, and under the auspices of the Caboga Stiftung, brings a lecture Food as a delicious "appellant" and a free screening of the documentary Push on Wednesday and Thursday, July 15 and 16, starting at 21.00 in Bunić-Kaboga Summer Villa.
Three sisters, a project by Bobo Jelčić based on Chekhov and performed by the Croatian National Theatre of Zagreb was performed last night, July 13, despite the strong wind, sponsored by Tele2, in the Gradac park. The show is on the program of the 71st Festival also tonight, July 14, starting at 21:30h, and tickets are sold out.
The ''The Horizon of Reminiscence'' exhibition by Dubrovnik artist Ivana Dražić Selmani was open last night 12 July at Sponza Palace Atrium. This exhibition is open for visitors every day from 9 am to 10 pm, until 9 of August.
Jurinić's beautiful performance for the beginning of the music program of the 71st Dubrovnik Summer Festival
The 71st Dubrovnik Summer Festival’s music programme was opened last night, on 11 July in the Rector's Pallace Atrium, by Aljoša Jurinić piano recital named A Monument to Beethoven. The dazzled audience, although limited by number due to epidemiological measures, enjoyed the beautiful performance and rewarded the young musician with long applause.
Three sisters, a project by Bobo Jelčić based on Chekhov and performed by the Croatian National Theatre of Zagreb is on the 71. Dubrovnik Summer Festival programme, on Monday and Tuesday, 13 and 14 July at 9.30pm in the Gradac park.