CLASSICAL MUSIC IN THE CONTEXT OF CULTURAL STRATEGIES AND CULTURAL POLICIES Прегледни рад
Keywords:cultural policy, cultural development strategy, classical music, musicians, cultural diplomacy
The realization of cultural policy in the Law on Culture binds to two forms of activity: the establishment of the National Council for Culture, and the adoption of the Strategy for the Development of Culture. The Strategy for the Cultural Development of Serbia shall be adopted by the National Assembly upon the proposal of the Government, and the period of its adoption shall be ten years. This means that the Strategy goes beyond the partypolitical level because it is passed by the National Assembly, and not by the Government (not only the parties that are in power at that time), but also for a ten-year term, which includes at least three mandates. The strategy should include an analysis of the current situation in culture, the basic settings of cultural development, the strategic directions of cultural development, the plan for the realization of cultural development, as well as the criteria for evaluating the development of culture. The draft of the Culture Development Strategy of the Republic of Serbia from 2017 to 2027 was presented to the public in 2017, in order to adopt a strategic approach to the development of culture, important in the countries that are in the transition process. This paper analyzes the Strategy with emphasis on classical music and performers.
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