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WORLD MUSIC DAY IN DUBROVNIK: Rich program suiting every taste! Photo by Richard Clyborne of MusicStrive

WORLD MUSIC DAY IN DUBROVNIK: Rich program suiting every taste!

Written by  Jun 18, 2020

On the occasion of the World Music Day, which is celebrated on Sunday, June 21st, a number of rich musical events will be held in various locations in the city of Dubrovnik.

For the tenth year in a row on the first day of summer, June 21st, at five o'clock in the morning in the amphitheater on Srd, the traditional concert to welcome summer by Ana Rucner will be held. You'll have the chance to listen to the famous compositions of classical and popular music performed by this famous cellist, accompanied by versatile and charismatic Croatian pianist and composer Matej Mestrovic.

At 11 am in front of the Rector's Palace, the concert will be held by the mixed choir Libertas under the direction of conductor Viktor Lenert, with a diverse repertoire from evergreens to spiritual music, as well as the choir and orchestra of the Luka Sorkocevic Art School, conducted by Slobodan Begic.

The last musical treat organized by the City of Dubrovnik and the Dubrovnik Tourist Board, on the occasion of World Music Day, will be held in front of the Church of Saint Blaise, where the Lindo Folklore Ensemble and the Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra will join forces at 8.30 pm. Folklore ensemble Lindo is preparing the performance of its tamburitza orchestra under the direction of the orchestra leader Enes Omercahic as well as the performances of the mixed and male vocal groups (a capella and with instrumental accompaniment) under the direction of the choir leader Vedran Ivankovic. The Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra will perform with its string ensemble under the direction of violinist Mirabai Weismehl Rosenfeld, and will bring works by Vivaldi, Boccherini and Britten, as well as several well-known numbers from the popular repertoire. The Brass Quartet of the Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra consisting of Damir Butigan, Toni Kusar, Martin Hrcan and Dzemal Cakic and percussionist Karmen Pervitic will also perform.

Image by - Richard Clyborne of MusicStrive


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