Well-known Festival Spectaculare will be back this spring to bring you some audiovisual inspiration while celebrating its 10-year anniversary.
As usual, the festival will be dedicated to carefully selected artists from domestic as well as global alternative scenes. The festival curated by Josef Sedloň presents ten concerts and events, from ambient to modern classical music, live electronics with overlap into experiment, and epic large-format visual performances.
This year’s headliners are the British music innovator Max Cooper bringing the Mesh label showcase for the first time, the German producer Pantha Du Prince and the Mexican experimenter Murcof.
The festival’s extensive program will not only include concerts in clubs and non-traditional venues, but a number of workshops with artists, film screenings, an exhibition and an audiovisual theater premiere in collaboration with the Spitfire Company will also be included.
A big foreign name is kept as a surprise by the organizers.
“Our goal is to offer visitors a comprehensive audio-visual experience, which opens up a new multidimensional experience in connection with music. I believe that music develops a person internally, supports his mental development. I wish that people would be able to get out of their musical stereotypes and try to go to at least one event that is close to them and that might change their perception of music,” said Josef Sedlon while explaining the meaning of the festival.
“The festival will show how artists, who have appeared at the festival for ten years, e.g. Mathias Grassow, Carlos Cipa or Max Cooper, but also new names such as the legendary French producer Chloé accompanied by a great Bulgarian marimbist, which is my secret tip”.
The opening ceremony of the festival’s 10th edition will take on March 10, and promises to be one of the most significant openings in the history of Festival Spectaculare.
With this year’s extensive program, there will surely be many more spectacular moments to be part of. The list of events is still growing with a final series of workshops, film screenings at Bio Oko cinema, and the opening of an exhibition at The Chemistry Gallery still to be added.
It will definitely be a year not to miss, and tickets can already be purchased on GoOut!