Korzo, the concert of classical music under the clear skies that puts Novi Sad in line with European metropolises, will gather leading names in classical music. This time, we will listen to the world-famous classical music star, violinist and violist, Julian Rachlin, with the Vojvodina Symphony Orchestra, under the baton of Aleksandar Marković.
The entrance is free of charge. However, the number of seats is limited. Therefore, we kindly ask music fans to come early and take their seats. The unique performance will be live-streamed via the first channel of the Radio-Television Vojvodina as well.
Within the fifth Kaleidoscope of Culture, the most significant edition of the programme arch of the European Capital of Culture so far, Korzo, will hold the position of the greatest art and production endeavour again. It takes place during the Performing Arts Week of the Kaleidoscope of Culture on one of the central boulevards in Novi Sad, Mihajla Pupina Boulevard, with a symbolic beginning at 8.22 p.m. (20.22).
Extraordinary world-famous musicians will perform works of the two greatest German composers, Ludwig van Beethoven and Johannes Brahms.
For the fifth year in a row, from the very beginning of the project, Korzo is part of the Kaleidoscope of Culture – the European Trend Brand in the field of culture, while it has been implemented with the idea to take this art form out of the concert halls and bring it closer to all residents.
From 8 September at 5 p.m. to 12 September at noon, traffic will be temporarily closed in the part of Mihajla Pupina Boulevard, from the intersection with Žarka Zrenjanina Street to the intersection with Pionirska and Jovana Đorđevića streets. Parking and traffic will also be prohibited on the Mihajla Pupina Boulevard, from Pionirska Street towards Ignjata Pavlasa Street. Furthermore, there will be a temporary change in the routes of bus lines 3, 3a, 6, 9, 9a, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 69, in both directions.
Performing Arts Week – From Theatre to Documentary
After the great overture in the city centre that will, in addition to Korzo taking place on 10 September, comprise the ‘Miss Julie’ play by the famous ‘Burgtheater’ in the Serbian National Theatre, the performing arts week will present 30 events, including 180 artists from 8 countries.
From contemporary Serbian composers, chamber music, art projects by young artists from Serbia selected within the ‘Artists. Now!’ public call, to a documentary film, the second week of the Kaleidoscope of Culture brings into focus different forms of performing arts across the city, especially in cultural stations.
Photo: Evgeny Evtukhov, Jelena Ivanović, Vladimir Veličković