Copenhagen’s Art Festivals All Set

Denmark country is not only famous for its scientific innovations and researches. When it comes to all forms of art, it has also so much to be proud of.

If you’re into art and design, you have a lot to explore when in Copenhagen, the capital city of Denmark. Never mind if you can’t make it for the summer season because this well known Scandinavian city has various arts and cultural events lined up for travelers all throughout the year.

One festival coming up early next month is the Architecture and Design Days (CPH ADD) event which will take place from September 2 to 6. There will be lectures, exhibitions and installations to be hosted by some 100 institutions, galleries and organizations around the capital of Copenhagen. This event focuses on classical and modern architecture and gives tourists an opportunity to visit places normally closed to the public. People who are into architecture will get the chance to view up close unique designs only found in Copenhagen.

The Kopenhagen Contemporary is another art event that will run from September 18 to 20. This yearly activity is a celebration of modern art and features informative talks, debates, special displays and guided tours. Now on its second year, the Kopenhagen Contemporary encourages leading galleries, museums and exhibition spaces to offer events to people to make them aware of the art world in Denmark’s capital. Organizers Wonderful Copenhagen and Kopenhagen Publishing agree that Copenhagen is becoming an important art city in the entire Europe.

Finally for a taste of Denmark music, the Golden Days Festival should not be missed. The weeklong festival which runs from September 11 to 18 will feature musical performances including that of the Danish String Quartet at the Royal Danish Conservatory. This particular festival also focuses on Danish visual art, music, architecture and design of today and in general on the Golden Age in Copenhagen.

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