For classical orchestral music, the Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra currently performs at the national theatre's historical building on Hviezdoslavovo Square while its normal home, the nearby Reduta concert hall, undergoes reconstruction. For opera and ballet, the Slovak National Theatre is the place to go.
Jazz has a strong tradition in Slovakia. The two top venues are the Jazz Cafe, with an underground cellar bar in the heart of the old town (at Ventúrska 5), and, a little further from the centre, Hlava XXII (Catch-22, in Slovak), at Bazová 9. Cuban-themed restaurant Malecon, next to the National Gallery, occasionally has live Latin-American music.
If it is a nightlife you are looking for , Bratislava have numbers of options you can choose from . When it comes to clubing in the more fancy way your choice should be " Trafo " , "Le Club " , or "Primi".These clubs offer the combination of good dance music and best cocktails . If you are more intersted in undeground culture of Bratislava you can visit places like "Subclub" or "Loft". Rock music also has its place in Bratislava night life. Clubs like "Harley" and "Barrock" offer a unigue style in combination wtih classic rock&roll sounds . If it is the hot sounds of Caribic you are looking for you should visit "Havana Club" which hosts Cuba bands from time to time so you can enjoy your Cuba Libre while listening to some passionate rhytmic sounds of salsa and merenge . Either way you chose , you will experience the unique style of Bratislava night life and we hope you are going to enjoy it and enjoy yourself . Cheers .
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