The project “Belgrade Musical Arches” had been initiated in 2015, in cooperation with the “Musical Elements” organization. The basic idea was to enrich and affirm already existing exhibitions or theme exhibitions done by Belgrade City Museum. This was done by organizing various musical programs, which had quality, versatility, and attractiveness.
By molding together music and other arts, music programs and musical-stage performances are created and performed in museums within Belgrade City Museum (The Residence of Princess Ljubica, Resavska 40b, Museum of Banjica Concetration Camp, Museum of Paja Jovanović , Museum of Ivo Andrić).
Artist of various profiles took part in the program, while production and realization included members and associates of the “Musical Element” organization.
Serbian piano music was based on the model of the music from the West, and it blossomed in the parts of the Kingdom of Serbia that had been under the European influence in the 19th century. During the period, the drawing-room music had its special place. It included a type of music, but also the musical practice that have disappeared from the historical scene by the mid 19th century. The ones who were the pioneers in the development of this artistic movement, and how did the movement develop at the Obrenović’s court, will be revealed through concerts/lectures held by the pianist Dina Čubrilović, and lecturer Srđan Teparić, who is an expert in musical theory, assisten professor at the Faculty of Musical Arts, and Radio Belgrade’s critic
The number of visitors is limited.