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Posted: 20.06.2022

Letter from the Artistic Director ahead of 73rd Festival

The excitement surrounding the final preparations for the Festival always includes paying close attention to each and every detail.

Posted: 03.06.2022

New Visual Identity of the 73rd Dubrovnik Summer Festival

The 73rd Dubrovnik Summer Festival will be held under the banner of a new visual identity entitled Between the Stone, designed by visual communications expert Zoran Đukić.

Posted: 01.06.2022

73rd Dubrovnik Summer Festival Ticket Sale Starts Today

Tickets for over 60 theatre, music, dance and other events featured at the 73rd Dubrovnik Summer Festival are now available online via the Festival website www.dubrovnik-festival.hr and www.ulaznice.hr ticketing service, while the Box Office at the Festival Palace (Od Sigurate 1) will open on 20 June.

Posted: 13.05.2022

#synergy Project Workshop 'Professional Education and Classical Music' Held in Prishtina

As part of the #synergy: Sharpening the capacities of the classical music industry in the Western Balkans project, Kosovo’s Chopin Piano Fest have organized a workshop entitled “Professional Education and Classical Music“ in Prishtina, held from 9 May to 10 May, in which the Dubrovnik Summer Festival participated as a project partner.

Posted: 13.04.2022

'Developing Audiences for Classical Music' Workshop Held in Tirana as Part of the #synergy Project

The two day “Developing Audiences for Classical Music“ workshop organised by the Vox Baroque international festival from Albania was held from 28 March to 29 March in Tirana as part of the #synergy: Sharpening the capacities of the classical music industry in the Western Balkans on which the Dubrovnik Summer Festival are a project partner.

Posted: 07.02.2022

#synergy Project develops and encourages partnerships in West Balkans through music

The expert jury on the #synergy project, formed by respected classical music experts, have selected 12 composers who will take part in two-week residency programmes where they will be given an opportunity to promote their work, exchange experiences, and start creating newly commissioned works.

Posted: 04.02.2022

The 73rd Dubrovnik Summer Festival brings a rich and diverse programme

The Dubrovnik Summer Festival, one of the longest-running European festivals, will be held this year from 10 July to 25 August for the 73rd time. During 47 days of summer, the audiences will have the opportunity to enjoy a carefully selected programme comprising the Festival’s own productions and top guest performances featuring some of the best Croatian and international artists.

Posted: 29.11.2021

#synergy Workshop ‘Programing Classical Music’ Workshop Held in Kotor

The two day workshop “Programing Classical Music “, hosted by the International Festival KotorArt, was held on 23 and 24 November in Kotor, Montenegro as part of the #synergy: Sharpening the capacities of the classical music industry in the Western Balkans project on which the Dubrovnik Summer Festival are a project partner.

Posted: 11.10.2021

'Financing Classical Music' Workshop as a part of the #synergy project held in Ljubljana

Workshop entitled 'Financing Classical Music: different funding opportunities and ways to achieve financial sustainability' was held at the Križanke Knights’ Hall in Ljubljana, Slovenia from 4 until 6 October 2021 as part of the EU project #synergy: Sharpening the capacities of the classical music industry in the Western Balkans. It was hosted by the Festival Ljubljana while Dubrovnik Summer Festival participated as one of the six project partners.

Posted: 26.08.2021

72nd Festival closed: Opera stars and symphonists with maestro Repušić in the magnificent Festival finale

The 72nd Dubrovnik Summer Festival closed last night, 25 August, in front of the Cathedral with a magnificent opera gala featuring opera stars, coloratura soprano Diana Damrau and bass Nicolas Testé, with young tenor Roko Radovan and the Croatian Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra conducted by maestro Ivan Repušić. The gala was followed by a brief closing ceremony in which Gloria Dubelj recited verses by Milan Milišić while Dubrovnik actors and musicians brought out and folded up the Libertas flag until next summer, accompanied by the beloved song La musica di note which the audience sang along with the opera soloists.

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