Picking up where the Dubrovnik Summer Festival ends, the International Late Summer Music Festival continues the classical music programme in the city. Cementing its position as a hotbed of classical talent, the Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra regularly devises an itinerary packed full of exciting performances from the Baroque period up to the modern day. Starting off with an opening concert at the Rector’s Palace, the month-long festival features a set of 16 pieces all performed with the benefit of the wonderful acoustics of this historic venue. The fifth year of the festival will feature a programme of classic pieces as well as modern works performed by some of the city’s finest young musicians.
Kicking off with the opening ceremony in front of St. Blaise’s Church, which includes Lindjo, theatre performances, brass bands and the Dubrovnik Chamber Choir, the event is the perfect start to a summer full of quality live performance. Take a look at the official festival website to view the full schedule of events for 2018 and to buy tickets for the wide variety of performances on offer. To help you get around the city during your stay, take a look at the City Journey Planner which shows you all of your public transport options.
This popular festival, coming as it does on the heels of the well-established Summer Festival proves that Dubrovnik is a world-class city in the field of classical music. Organised by the Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra under the guidance of Austrian musical director Christoph Campestrini, the festival has already produced a number of notable performances during its four-year life span, including pieces by Chopin, Bizet and Tchaikovsky and featuring the best in home-grown and international talent.
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Make sure you book plenty of time to check out the sights around this historic city including: Kolocep Island, Sponza Palace and Gornji Ugao Tower. If you’re a Games of Thrones fan, why not take a walking tour around the filming locations.
To find out more information about this cultural event, please head to the festival website where you’ll be able to find out how to buy tickets for the performances, find out how to get to the Rectors’s palace and see the final programme as it’s released.
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