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This splendid dalmatian folk singing event is founded by Cavtat's own klapa ensemble Ragusavecchia, and has been growing ever more popular with the locals and tourists alike.
The event is humanitarian in character, and the entrance is free.
Why not join us at Villa Banac for two delightful musical evenings?
Coming Saturday and Sunday - 5th and 6th of September - we are to be delighted anew this year at the Annual Klapa Meet 'Na me pogled tvoj obrati' (Take a look at me).
With the villages of Stravča, Duba, Brotnice, Jesenice i Šilješci, the Konavle region is now fully included within the municipality water system. The tap water supply was a promise decades ago made to the inhabitants of Gornja banda (Konavle hills). The head of the municipality Mr. Luka Korda, in his sixth mandate now, said it was a project of a lifetime for him.
Cavtat's Dalmatian folk ensemble 'Ragusavecchia' celebrated its 15th birthday on the terrace of Villa Banac (short YouTube video) in style. Joined by their with friends and collegues they sang the night away to the admiration from all in the fully filled sitting area.
St. Ana's Church celebrating its first centennial with a string quartet concert and mass lead by His Eminence Cardinal Vinko Puljić
Concert in Celebration of St. Ana's Feast - Thursday, July 25th, 2013. @ 9pm
The Rucner String Quartet was founded by Snježana and Dragan Rucner (longtime members of the Klima String Quartet) in 1998. The quartet continues to nurture the Zagreb chamber music tradition through their performances of both classical and contemporary repertoire written by the renowned international and Croatian composers. They have recently reached out towards the music of non-conventional genres . . . Official Website
Mass Lead by His Eminence Cardinal Vinko Puljić on Friday, July 26th @ 10am
This year's edition of the Epidaurus Festival finished its beautiful run with theatrical performance of one of the world's best know literature works, Hemingway's The Old Man and the Sea. The story was first published in book form on September 1, 1952 (the first edition print run was 50,000 copies).
Here told by Ivan Horvat, the story unfolds from the perspective of Manolin, underlying throughout the importance of our ilfe long learning process with all its challenges.
A truly wonderful performance delivered by Ivan Horvat, directed by Ana Merlin, quickly won over the audience. The backdrop scene of the port of Cavtat with its little wooden boats and a few guest sails only heightened the effects of Horvat's excellent performance.
Thumbs up for Epidaurus Festival team headed by the pianist and EF Art Director Ivana Marija Vidović!
/ Photos by: Miho Skvrce, Hrvoje Đurković and Ivana M. Vidović /
Epidaurus Festival: An excellent hommage to Bukovac and entertaining Spyri's Heidi followed by tonight's Hemingway curtain drop