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Posted: 19.07.2022

Presenting composer Nina Perović at the Rector's Palace

The young Montenegrin composer Nina Perović is the second participant of the two-week residency on the project #synergy: Sharpening the capacities of the classical music industry in the Western Balkans, on which the Dubrovnik Summer Festival is partner, who will present herself and her work to the festival audience tomorrow, 20 July, in the Sponza Palace Atrium at 8.30 p.m. Entrance is free.

Posted: 19.07.2022

Pogorelić’s ‘fierce’ programme and masterful performance wow audience at Rector’s Palace

Renowned Croatian pianist Lovro Pogorelić held a superb piano recital last night, 18 July in the Rector’s Palace Atrium, wowing the audience with his masterful performance of a challenging repertoire.

Posted: 18.07.2022

Cory Henry’s Unforgettable Concert in Gradac Park!

The world renowned multi-instrumentalist Cory Henry performed last night, 17 July in Gradac Park and delighted a large audience with a spectacular concert, powered by Mastercard.

Posted: 18.07.2022

Lovro Pogorelić tonight at the Rector’s Palace

One of the best Croatian pianists Lovro Pogorelić will perform in the Rector’s Palace Atrium tonight, 18 July at 9.30 p.m. and, along with Busoni's arrangement of Bach's Chaconne, the concert will include a rare integral performance of Liszt's Transcendental Études.

Posted: 16.07.2022

Lovers on a new festival location starting Tuesday

First drama premiere of the 73rd Festival season is the comedy Lovers, directed by Aleksandar Švabić and performed by the Festival Drama Ensemble, on the programme starting Tuesday, 19 July at 9.30 pm in front of St. Jacob's Church. On this occasion, a press conference was held at the Festival Palace, with speakers director Aleksandar Švabić, Assistant Artistic Director for the drama programme Saša Božić, and Josipa Vodenac, Director of the OTP Bank Business Centre Dubrovnik and Southern Dalmatia who are the sponsor of the play.

Posted: 16.07.2022

As part of the #synergy EU project, Kosovar composer Ardian Halimi presented his work in Sponza Palace

The young composer from Kosovo, Ardian Halimi presented himself and his work to the festival audience last night, 15 July, in the Sponza Palace Atrium as part of a two-week residency on the #synergy: Sharpening the capacities of the classical music industry in the Western Balkans project, with which the Dubrovnik Summer Festival is partnered. The interview was conducted by the Festival’s Assistant Artistic Director for the music programme, Tomislav Fačini.

Posted: 15.07.2022

Cory Henry in Gradac Park on Sunday

Keyboard virtuoso, producer, multi-instrumentalist and one of the leading jazz musicians today, Cory Henry will present his impressive skills on various instruments as well as his vocals for the festival audience on Sunday, 17 July at 9.30 p.m. in the Gradac Park. The concert is sponsored by Mastercard.

Posted: 15.07.2022

An evening of Croatian music with excellent soloists and strings

The Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra String Chamber Ensemble with the young soloists Franjo Bilić on harpsichord and Lovro Merčep on saxophone under the baton of maestro Ivan Hut held a concert dedicated to Croatian composers last night, 14 July in the Rector’s Palace Atrium.

Posted: 14.07.2022

Presenting Kosovar composer Ardian Halimi as part of the #synergy project

The young composer from Kosovo Ardian Halimi, who is currently staying in Dubrovnik as part of a two-week residency on the project #synergy: Sharpening the capacities of the classical music industry in the Western Balkans, on which Dubrovnik Summer Festival is a partner, will present himself and his work to the festival audience tomorrow, 15 July in the Sponza Palace Atrium at 8.30 p.m. Entrance is free.

Posted: 13.07.2022

Franjo Bilić and Lovro Merčep with DSO’s String Chamber Ensemble tomorrow at Rector's Palace

The Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra String Chamber Ensemble, accompanied by young soloists Franjo Bilić on the harpsichord and Lovro Merčep on the saxophone, under the baton of maestro Ivan Hut will perform tomorrow, 14 July at 9:30 p.m. in the Rector’s Palace atrium, performing works by Croatian composers Ruždjak, Bjelinski, Bersa and Papandopulo.

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