Izvor Pende’s Response exhibition, realized by the Dubrovnik Summer Festival in cooperation with the Croatian National Museum of Modern Art, was opened last night, 12 July in the Sponza Palace Atrium and Lazareti, the location of the main part of the exhibition.
The award-winning staging of Shakespeare's Hamlet, directed by Paolo Magelli and performed by the Festival Drama Ensemble tonight, 13 July 13 at 9.30 p.m on the Lovrjenac Fort, will open the drama portion of the 73rd Festival programme, with three more performances are scheduled for 14, 15 and 16 July.
The award-winning Spanish soprano Nuria Rial performed last night, 11 July in the Rector’s Palace atrium alongside Fahmi Alqhai on the quinton and his Accademia del Piacere ensemble with an early music programme Muera, Cupido, or Death to Cupid, presenting to the festival audience 18th century Spanish theatre music.
Last evening’s raising of the Libertas flag to the verses of the Hymn to Liberty on 10 July in front of the St. Blaise's Church marked the 73rd Dubrovnik Summer Festival, held until 25 August on almost 20 site-specific locations in Dubrovnik, formally opened.
Prepared in cooperation with the Croatian National Museum of Modern Art, the exhibition of abstract works entitled Response by the renowned Dubrovnik artist Izvor Pende will be opened on 12 July at 9 pm in the Sponza Palace Atrium, with the evening continuing in Lazareti, the location of the main part of the exhibition. Entrance is free.
On the occasion of the opening of the 73rd Dubrovnik Summer Festival, today, a formal sitting of the Dubrovnik Summer Festival Council was held at the Festival Palace today, July 10, at 11 a.m. Under the chairmanship of the Minister of Culture and Media, dr.sc. Nina Obuljen Koržinek, in attendance were the Mayor of Dubrovnik Mato Franković, Deputy Prefect of Dubrovnik-neretva Joško Cebalo, the members of the Council Frano Matušić and Sanja Putica, the Festival POA Paulina Njirić and Artistic Director Dora Ruždjak Podolski with the Assistants for the Drama and the Music programme, respectively, Saša Božić and Tomislav Fačini.
Acclaimed Spanish soprano Nuria Rial and the Accademia del Piacere ensemble, led by the artistic director and author of the programme concept Fahmi Alqhai, will start off the music programme of the 73rd Dubrovnik Summer Festival with a concert in the atrium of the Rector’s Palace on Monday, 11 July at 9.30 p.m.
The traditional raising of the Libertas flag to the verses of Ivan Gundulić’s Hymn to Liberty in front of St. Blaise’s Church, on 10 July at 9 p.m., will mark the start of the 73rd Dubrovnik Summer Festival, open from 10 July to 25 August with performances staged on almost twenty site-specific locations in Dubrovnik.
The 73rd Dubrovnik Summer Festival will open on Sunday, 10 July at 9 p.m. in front of St. Blaise’s Church, with the traditional raising of the Libertas flag to the verses of Ivan Gundulić’s Hymn to Liberty. The rich and diverse programme, in which both local and foreign audiences of all ages will enjoy in the coming 47 festival days, was presented at the press conference held on Wednesday, 6 July in the Sponza Palace by the Festival’s POA Paulina Njirić and Artistic Director Dora Ruždjak Podolski, where the City of Dubrovnik Mayor Mato Franković and Head of the Administrative Department for County Affairs and the Dubrovnik-neretva County Assembly Leader Žaklina Marević showed their support for the Festival as well.
The box office at the Festival Palace (Od Sigurate 1) has new working hours as of tomorrow, 1 July! Tickets for more than 60 different events as well as festival souvenirs will be available for purchase every day from 9 am to 9.30 pm, until the Festival's closing.