The Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra and the Dubrovnik Museums will make this Saturday morning, June 6th, in and in front of the Rector's Palace, interesting for everyone who is in the city and for those who are eager for cultural events. The program prepared by these two institutions is intended for children and adults.
Dubrovnik museums for children in the lower grades of primary school from 10:45 to 12:15 organize a guidance and a workshop where they will learn about the life of princes, nobles and commoners in the Rector's Palace during the Dubrovnik Republic. The number of participants is limited to ten, and the leader of the educational workshops is the museum pedagogue trainee Bruno Bijadija.
During this time, from 11 am, all music lovers will be able to enjoy a concert by the Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra String Chamber Ensemble under the artistic direction of violinist Mirabai Weismehl Rosenfeld in front of the Rector's Palace. The program includes works by J.S. Bach, G.F. Händel, L. Sorkocevic and E. Elgar. The concert is free.
This will be the first concert of Dubrovnik symphonists after a break of more than two months due to the coronavirus pandemic, during which they released a series of videos from home, online concerts and recordings of individual members of the orchestra, as well as the transition from virtual to real world. During June, several concerts of chamber and popular music are planned in the city.