Dubrovnik Summer Festival traditionally opened on 10 July, in front of the St. Blaise’s Church before a large audience. With Hymn to Freedom, Festival’s Libertas flag has been raised for the 67th time.
The 67th Dubrovnik Summer Festival’s music programme will open by the world famous tenor, José Cura, whom music critics often call “the fourth tenor”, alluding to The Three Tenors. At the Opening Ceremony directed by Ivan Miladinov, he will appear as both conductor and singer, while the following day – on 11 July – he will perform some of the finest operatic arias with the soprano Linda Ballova and the Croatian Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra conducted by maestro Mladen Tarbuk in the gala concert taking place in front of St Blaise's Church.
The 67th Dubrovnik Summer Festival, taking place from 10 July to 25 August, will open on 10 July at 9.00 pm, in front of St Blaise’s Church, with the raising of the Libertas flag on Orlando's Column to the verses of Hymn to Liberty.
Premiered in June 2015 at the Perforations Festival, The Stranger project produced by BADco. will be performed at the 67th Festival, on 15 August at Revelin Fort Terrace. That will be the first time that this Croatian performance group, which is considered to be an internationally significant artistic phenomenon, appears at the Dubrovnik Summer Festival.
This summer, on 16 August, Aljoša Jurinić will have his debut at the Dubrovnik Summer Festival where he will perform Debussy's 'Rêverie', Schumann's 'Sonata No. 1 in F sharp minor, Op. 11' and Chopin's 'Sonata No. 3 in B minor, Op. 58' and 'Ballade No. 4 in F minor, Op. 52'.
European Youth Card provides 30 % discount on maximum number of two tickets per one performance.
Tickets for nearly twenty music, theatre and folklore programs that will take place this July and August at the 67th Dubrovnik Summer Festival are now available online. To buy tickets please click Tickets online or on each programme individually listed in the Program section.