The first City Concert Hall was opened in Novi Sad

The First City Concert Hall in the history of the city was opened within the new Music and Ballet School, and its artistic director will be violin virtuoso Stefan Milenković.

Online Welcome on January 13, whose crown was the concert of the famous violinist Stefan Milenković and the Novi Sad orchestra Camerata Academica, with the big name jazz Vasila Hadžimanova, the first City Concert Hall was opened, which is located within the new Music and Ballet School.

Object on 15,000 square meters, is a new place for the education of future artists who will continue the artistic tradition of Novi Sad and the music school “Isidor Bajić”, from which many names went to the world. After almost 100 years in the new permanent residence, the school will further increase its education and art capacities in the future.

City Concert Hall, located within the new Music and Ballet School; Photo:

The city concert hall has 480 seats, and there are two smaller halls with 250 and 180 seats, respectively.

City Concert Hall with 480 seats and two smaller halls with 250 and 180 seats, respectively, will be a new platform for creative expression of young artists, as stated by Stefan Milenković, its artistic director and curator of classical music of the project “Novi Sad – European Capital of Culture”.

Great Concert Hall at the Music and Ballet School in Novi Sad; Photo:

Great Liman

The first City Concert Hall in the history of the city, spaces on the territory of Veliki Liman – Office, Warehouse, Factory, Steelworks, a network of eight cultural stations, but also the new look of the Novi Sad Theater were presented through the first Novi Sad online welcome on January 13 on the platform

Great Liman area It is currently in the process of transformation into a center of contemporary creativity that will preserve its industrial heritage, and for the first time it has virtually opened the doors of some revitalized buildings within the online Welcome. As part of the preparations for the title of European Capital of Culture, the name of Veliki Liman was rediscovered, where a new, modern Novi Sad was created during the 20th century. Former factories that have witnessed a hundred-year history, from the monarchy to the present day, are beginning a new history as cultural spaces.

Great Liman area; Photo:

The area of ​​Veliki Liman is in the process of transformation into a center of contemporary creativity that will preserve its industrial heritage.

Cult place of Novi Sad for concerts, Factory, built in the 1950s, was presented in a new guise. The new facade of the Factory is adorned with the first art installation of the Karkatag collective, since the Kaleidoscope of Culture in 2020, when the space of Veliki Liman was presented to the public for the first time through a combination of industrial heritage and modern creativity, hinting at the future creative spirit of that part of the city.

As old as the Factory, it will soon be completely renovated Steelworks. In addition to the Factory and the Steelworks, they were presented at the reception Office and Warehouse, built in the 1920s, OPENS Cultural Station, also newly built space on the outskirts of the city, Barka Cultural Station.

OPENS Cultural Station; Photo:

Edsheg and Svilar

The unique model of culture in Europe, developed with the idea that culture reaches everywhere and to everyone, began more than two years ago with the opening of the first cultural stations: Еđшега, a building built in 1890 and Svilare, a former silk dyeing factory.

Eđšeg Cultural Station; Photo:

Development of Bukovac and Rumenka

Cultural station Mlin, a former pasta factory in the former working class area, today it has been turned into a place of creativity for children and young people. Cultural stations near the city, Bukovac i Rumenka they started functioning in the middle of last year, including such surrounding places in the cultural life of the capital of Vojvodina.

The new interior and exterior also has Novi Sad Theater, which in the framework of the Kaleidoscope of Culture in 2020 received and mural Quam, the work of the Novi Sad artist Jovan Ćurčić.

See what the reception looked like:

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