Founded in 2008, Napoli Teatro Festival Italia has distinguished itself by its artistic programme, which focuses on the production of artistic performances with a strong international content. The festival has created a series of collaborations with numerous European and international theatres, bringing artists to work together; it actively promotes and supports the creation of contemporary dance works and has staged performances in unconventional venues in Naples, such as Castel Sant’Elmo.
Approximately 25,000 people visit the event organised by Nordland Musikkfestuke (Nordland Music Festival) during the Festival's 10 days in week 32 every year. This makes our festival one of the most important vehicles of classical music in the region, and one of the country's biggest festivals. The name itself indicates that the Musikkfestuke is meant to be a celebration of music, and preferably a Music Festival for everyone. The programme mainly consists of classical music, but the festival also finds room for jazz, folk music, music theatre, dance, pop, rock and other genres.
The bustling walled city of Dubrovnik hosts its spectacular and one of the oldest European festivals – Dubrovnik Summer Festival – presenting rich and vibrant theatre, dance, classical music, jazz, folklore and film programme. The ambience and the City as a unique meeting place of the world's and Croatia's finest artists remains the basic feature of the 69th Festival. Review of top solo artists, orchestras and ensembles from all over the world will be performing on historical squares, palaces, fortresses and streets of the Old City of Dubrovnik.