The third Saturday morning with the Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra and the Dubrovnik Museums will take place on Saturday, June 20th.
In the workshop "Interview with prominent citizens of Dubrovnik" students from first to fifth grade of primary school will meet the legends below the portrait and with the help of workshop leaders, meet seven prominent citizens of Dubrovnik who have enriched the life of the Dubrovnik Republic.
During the workshop for children, a concert in front of the Palace will be held by wooden wind instruments. The wind chamber ensemble of the Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra will be conducted by Ivan Hut, who performed in Croatia and Europe. Among the most notable collaborations of this young conductor are the Sinfonia Rotterdam (Concertgebouw Amsterdam), the Zagreb Philharmonic (New Year's and Christmas concert), the HRT Symphony Orchestra (recording works by Croatian composers), the Zadar and Varazdin Chamber Orchestras and the Sinfonica della Universidad del Guild Orchestra. The musicians will perform Mozart’s Serenade for wind instruments, Sinfonietta for ten wind instruments by J. Raff and Persian suite for wind instruments by André Caplet. The concert begins at 11 pm.
The project of the Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra and Dubrovnik Museums is held as part of the new cultural project of the partners the City of Dubrovnik, the Dubrovnik Tourist Board, cultural institutions and city districts / local committees.