One of the oldest and most prestigious European festivals, a member of the European Festivals Association since 1956, will present its numerous domestic and international audiences with over 80 theatre, music, ballet, film, folklore and other performances during 47 days of its big, seventieth anniversary edition in the following season.
The programme brings together best Croatian artists and top performances by international artists, it disintegrates the mythology of the European cultural heritage, the myths of Dubrovnik and the myths of the Festival, at the same time questioning the past and the future of site-specific performance practices and nurturing the relationship between tradition and modernity.
The Zagreb Soloists will perform at the Rector’s Palace Atrium on 14 July with pianist Martina Filjak, who regularly thrills international public and critics with her passionate, and yet lyrical performances and technical perfection. The Zagreb Soloists are celebrating their hundredth performance at the Festival with this concert.
Boris Papandopulo: Pintarichiana
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Piano Concerto in C Major, No. 13, K415
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: Romeo and Juliet Ouverture
Arnold Schoenberg: Verklaerte Nacht