The project is financed with the support of EEA Grants 2014-2021 within the RO-CULTURA Programme.

Music Gallery is a one month exhibition about music.

It is created by the Jazz in the Park festival team alongside art experts. It focuses on presenting music in a different way other than concerts. It focuses on social aspects and understanding music as a practice, industry and hobby, and just as an artform.

You will be able to take a tour of the gallery.

We will function as a museum, we will have organized tours, but you will also be able to visit the gallery as you want. We will have special exhibitions for the kids.

You will be able to attend special events.

We will also use the spaces as a venue for events, such as concerts, equipment presentations and many other cool ideas.

We are not a Museum.

We just express some things we enjoy about music and find it interesting. The exhibition is subjective in a way that we choose what to present about music, but in terms of content, we pledge to be accurate.


You will listen to various types of jazz and other music inspired by it. We will focus also on how you listen, not just what you listen. You will attend concerts and discover new artists.


We will present the history of jazz, as well as the most influential musicians of all time. We will put emphasis on key aspects of history, from social, artistic and political points of view.


You will dive into the art of crafting music equipment ranging from vinyl to analogue and digital instruments, as well as the best speakers produced in Romania.


You will attend concerts, you will play music games, you will discover music instruments and equipment. At the end of the day, it will be super fun.

The project is financed with the support of EEA Grants 2014-2021 within the RO-CULTURA Programme.
The EEA Grants represent the contribution of Iceland, the Principality of Liechtenstein, and the Kingdom of Norway to reducing economic and social disparities in the European Economic Area and strengthening bilateral relations with the 15 beneficiary states in Eastern and Southern Europe and the Baltic States. These funding mechanisms are established based on the Agreement on the European Economic Area, which brings together EU member states and Iceland, Liechtenstein, and Norway as equal partners in the internal market. In total, the three states contributed €3.3 billion between 1994 and 2014 and €1.55 billion for the funding period of 2014 – 2021. More details are available at: and
The RO-CULTURA program is implemented by the Ministry of Culture through the Project Management Unit and aims to consolidate economic and social development through cultural cooperation, cultural entrepreneurship, and cultural heritage management. The budget of the program is approximately 34 million euros. More details are available at