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Live music in Maribor streets as wake-up call to reopen cultural venues

Maribor, 12 April - Live music resounded from balconies in Maribor around midday as the Narodni Dom Maribor arts centre called on decision-makers to reopen halls for in-person events. "If we do not want Slovenian art and creativity to die down, if we want the Slovenian culture sector to survive, events with audiences must return," the centre said on Monday.

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Music played on balconies as a wake-up call to decision-makers to reopen cultural venues.
Photo: Andreja Seršen Dobaj/STA

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Singing on the Town Hall balcony as a wake-up call to decision-makers to reopen cultural venues.
Photo: Andreja Seršen Dobaj/STA

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Singing on the Town Hall balcony as a wake-up call to decision-makers to reopen cultural venues.
Photo: Andreja Seršen Dobaj/STA

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An accordion musician playing on one of the balconies as a wake-up call to decision-makers to reopen cultural venues.
Photo: Andreja Seršen Dobaj/STA

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An accordion musician playing on one of the balconies as a wake-up call to decision-makers to reopen cultural venues.
Photo: Andreja Seršen Dobaj/STA

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Drummers on the tourist train playing as a wake-up call to decision-makers to reopen cultural venues.
Photo: Andreja Seršen Dobaj/STA

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Narodni Dom Maribor (National Hall).
Photo: Andreja Seršen Dobaj/STA
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