From June 4, a month-long opera and theatre programme will be performed on the roof of the Promenada shopping mall in the capital of Vojvodina.
The programme will begin with the Children’s Week and the opera “The Magic Flute” with two consecutive performances at 6 pm and 8 pm.
This is followed by the so-called Rock Week, during which we will see the successful comedy “Ko je ubio Dženis Džoplin?” (“Who Killed Janis Joplin?”), as well as a memorial performance by the Rock Opera in honour of the recently deceased pianist Aleksandar Banjac, along with numerous guests.
Then there is the Film Week, which will be launched by the Cineplexx Promenada cinema, during which film classics will be screen and an exhibition of film props staged. Additionally, a large concert of film soundtracks will take place on Promenada’s roof at the end.
“Zvižduk u 8″ is a tribute to the famous Serbian composer of film music, Zoran Smijanović, who recently passed away due to the coronavirus, The concert will feature the most popular film soundtracks of Serbian cinema.
And finally, the opera week will feature two concerts – La Dolce Vita and operetta stories on a specific theme.
The entire programme is part of the regular, mainly operatic repertoire of the Serbian National Theatre, only the location is new. The open-air location will allow a larger number of spectators who will have to wear masks and keep physical distance, i.e. adhere to all the protocols and epidemiological measures that apply both in the theatre and in shopping centres.
Tickets for all SNP programmes are limited and can be purchased at the box office of the Serbian National Theatre or on the theatre’s online ticket service.
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