Reduta ranks among the most significant
buildings hosting cultural and social events in Bratislava. Formerly a granary
built by Queen Maria Theresa, Reduta was rebuilt in the Neo-Baroque style in
the 20th century. The stately, representative building once played host to
balls, artistic performances and social events, which are organised in the
building to this day.
The concert hall has long been the home of the Slovak
Philharmonic, an orchestra attracting top musicians from all over the world.
Reduta has been turned temporarily into a conference centre, serving as the
central venue for informal meetings of ministers and for ministerial
conferences during Slovakia’s Presidency.
SRS Group provided Reduta Conference Hall in Slovakia with a 6-channel dimming system for small stage, including light consoles and various light sources.