These are the names you should remember: Mihajlo Racpeti (16), Saša Zahorjanski (15), Danijel Leš (15), Milica Vranješ (17), Tisa Lekić (18), Igor Dalagija (17), Boško Stojadinović (17), Luka Petrović (18), Milica Vujanović (17), Dunja Vranješ (18), Sara Todorić (12), Mateo Radimir (13), Lenka Škrbić (12), Nemanja Marčetić (13), Marija Šapovalova (12), Ivan Černuhin (11), Elena Jakšić (11), Laura Mađarić (9), Damjan Svijić (9), Stefan Svijić (10), and three professors, Tijana Tenji, Aleksandra Vojnak and Slobodanka Stević.
23 pupils and professors from Isidor Bajić Music School will, with the support of #OPENS2019, try to break the Guinness record. The idea originates from the piano department of the music school, as one of the manners to bring classic music closer to audience, in an attractive and extraordinary manner. The current record is held by 18 pupils of a high-school from Sarajevo.
The concept is simple, 23 people will simultaneously, on one piano, play the composition called “Dawn”. The composer is a former pupil of the same school, today’s student of Art Academy in Novi Sad, Ivan Marković. The composition unifies the elements of contemporary composition, a bit of attractive rhythms of the popular music, as well as a few reminescence to the golden age of baroque music.
The Guinness record-breaking will be broadcasted live on LED screens at the Liberty Square, and public lesson is planned with the broadcasting. “Open piano lesson” at four locations: City Library, Porta, in front of “Trčika” and in front of Serbian National Theatre. You can apply to public lesson via link HTTPS://FORMS.GLE/BNUCVVC37XXHUDTB7
6 p.m. – 7 p.m. solo players at 4 different locations (in front of City Library, Porta, space between “Novi Bazar” shopping centre and “Trčika” café, stairs in front of Serbian National Theatre)
7 p.m. – 8.30 p.m. open lesson for 4 different target groups (in front of City Library, Porta, space between “Novi Bazar” shopping centre and “Trčika” café, stairs in front of Serbian National Theatre)
9 p.m. Guinness record breaking, Liberty Square