Renaissance Garden 2021 in the Villa Bunić-Kaboga: Amaryllis



intermedia performance 


Monday Getaways:

July 19 / July 26 / August 02 / August 09   

9 PM

Info: The Renaissance Garden project is based on a contemporary interpretation of cultural heritage. It is traditionally performed in the authentic ambience of the renovated Villa Bunić Kaboga from the 16th-century.


This year’s new edition is symbolically entitled Amaryllis. It brings an unconventionally conceived program through intermedia performance; using live musical performances of the repertoire that covers a wide range from the Renaissance to the 21 st- century contemporary authors as well as archival materials that outline the protagonists of Dubrovnik salons of the past. Starting from the mythical, each performance of this project is an artistic intervention of reviving the spaces in which the rich cultural and social life once took place. The magical sceneries and legends of Dubrovnik summer villas and their gardens; the favourite gathering places of the former Dubrovnik aristocracy become a common gathering place for locals and foreign guests.

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The project is realized and performed by The Rest is Music NGO with the support of the Caboga Stiftung Foundation and the City of Dubrovnik.


Marija Lešaja, soprano

Ines Ivanjek, flute

Ivana Jelača, piano/ harpsichord and artistic leadership

Marojica Bijelić, host


Concept Author: Ivana Jelača

Documentary-visual materials: Ivana Jelača and Iva Dedo

Photography: Katarina Karakaš Spiroski



Organizer: Dubrovnik Heritage Ltd.

Production: Event Lab

or via email:     mob +38598 873 122 

Transport for the audience to the Villa and back is included in the ticket price. For organized transport please contact

Personal transport by car is also possible, with free parking in the immediate vicinity of the Villa Bunić-Kaboga.



The capacity of the audience is limited to 24 seats. Performances are organized according to the Croatian Institute for Public health recommendations with epidemiological measures.  Therefore it is not necessary to present Covid certificates.