Summer singing courses (based on the method of  School of Uncovering the Voice), will be held in Orebić on the Pelješac peninsula in Croatia from the 17th  until the 23th of July and from the 07th until the 13th of August 2022.

During the course week, the participants will meet twice a day in the Orebić Municipality Council Building in the mornings from 10 to 12 AM, and from 2-4 PM.

The length of the course allows us to get deeper into creating musical instruments from ourselves, to understand our own voice better, as well as to understand the ways in which it can be more easily and efficiently used. Attention is also paid to listening to other participants in the group. The week’s work is mostly focused on training by the method School for Uncovering the Voice, as well as on singing monophonic and polyphonic songs. 

The price of the course is 300 € per participant. The price includes one individual lesson. An application fee of 100 € has to be paid (until June 15th, 2022.), on the account number (the account is owned by mr. Baldo Mikulić): 3225310425, Zagrebačka banka d.d., Zagreb, Paromlinska 2, Croatia (SWIFT/BIC: ZABAHR2X, IBAN: HR6423600003225310425): Accommodations are available in Orebić, Mokalo (5km outside of Orebić), in a camp or tourist apartment, as well as in other neighbouring villages (Viganj, Kučište, Postup).

Orebić

The little town Orebić, population 2500, is placed on the south coast of the Pelješac peninsula, in the foothill of the St. Elias hill (961 m), facing the isle of Korčula. It is a picturesque little town, the cradle of sea captains and sailors, whose rich tradition is preserved in the Maritime Museum. Orebić offers to its guests the untouched nature of hundred-year-old pine trees, cypresses (the famous “čempresada”, a forest of pyramid-shaped cypresses and alpine pine trees, is growing at the slope near the seaside, under the Franciscan monastery of Our Lady), olive trees, almonds, agaves and flowers.   

What you should visit: 

Maritime Museum, Franciscan monastery, St. Elias hill, the isles of Korčula and Mljet, Dubrovnik, Međugorje

Wines from Pelješac

It is simply impossible to visit the second largest Croatian peninsula without seeing Pelješac vineyards and giving your taste buds the satisfaction of tasting the top-quality wines. Scant soil and hard work of the industrious people of Pelješac have produced famous wines which have made Pelješac a well-known name in the whole world:  “Dingač”, “Postup”, “Plavac” and “Pelješac”. Wines from Pelješac were enjoyed by the Illyrians, Greeks, Romans and Slavs. Emperor Franz Joseph, a wine connoisseur, has written in golden letters on his wine chart the Dalmatian wine from the Dingač area.  The ex-president of the USA used to enjoy the black wine from this area. Join the connoisseurs from Pelješac. 

Mokalo

The picturesque village of Mokalo is an ideal place for vacation. Besides the suites and camps, in Mokalo you will find a restaurant with Dalmatian specialties, a beach bar, a diving centre and a beautiful beach, a crystal-clear sea, a hundred-year-old pine tree forest, and cricket song. If you taste the local wine, this vacation will stay in your memory forever.   

www.baldo.com

How to get to us?

By Bus

During the tourist season, Orebić is connected to Dubrovnik, Split, Zagreb and Sarajevo by bus multiple times a day. More information at: Zagreb Bus Station (Autobusni kolodvor Zagreb) www.akz.hr , The Autotrans Group Rijeka (Autotrans Rijeka) www.autotrans.hr , Libertas Dubrovnik ( www.libertasdubrovnik.hr)

By Car

If you travel on the D8 State Road (Jadranska Magistrala) from Dubrovnik, you will reach Orebić via Ston. When at Ston, turn onto the Pelješac Road (Pelješka cesta) which will bring you to Orebić in 60km. If you’re coming from the direction of Split, also take the D8 State Road via Makarska or Ploče to Ston where you can turn onto the Pelješac Road to Orebić. You can also get on a ferry with your car in Ploče and be in Trpanj in an hour, from where it will take you about 20 minutes to get to Orebić. More information on Croatia Traffic Info (Hrvatski Autoklub) www.hak.hr

By Ferry or Passenger Boat

The fast boat coastal line connecting Rijeka, Split and Dubrovnik docks in Korčula every day during the summer months. Once you’ve disembarked in Korčula, it will take you about 15 minutes to get to Orebić with a ferry or a passenger boat. The Katamaran line (Katamarska linija) Split-Korčula is the fastest connection between Split and Korčula in the summer months. Orebić can be reached by a passenger boat departing soon after the catamaran docks in Korčula. More information on: Jadrolinija (www.jadrolinija.hr), Mediteranska plovidba (www.medplov.hr)

By Plane

If you’re arriving from most of the larger European cities, Airport Dubrovnik (Zračna luka u Dubrovniku) enables you to reach Orebić quickly. When you arrive at the airport, you have the option of organized transport to Dubrovnik Bus Station (Dubrovački Autobusni kolodvor), where you can catch a bus to Orebić. Rent-a-car is also available. More information on: Croatia Airlines (www.croatiaairlines.hr)

Information:

Baldo Mikulić, Horvatovac 92, 10 000 Zagreb, tel: +38591-1714-322,

e-mail: info@orpheus.hr,  www.orpheus.hr

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