Reykjavik (2000) -
The programme of Reykjavík 2000 also celebrated the pan- European and international aspect of the EEC project. This was achieved by introducing and heading some of the main co-operation projects of ECC2000; the choir, Voices of Europe, that joined together young people and music form all nine cities and the choreographed the music drama of Baldur, which was the largest joint project of the three Nordic cities. Reykjavik also welcomed numerous other projects and artists from the other eight cities, enriching the Cultural Year in Reykjavik even further.
Source: European Cities of Culture for the Year 2000 - A wealth of urban cultures for celebrating the turn of the century - Final Report - GiannaLia Cogliandro
The cooperation between the nine Cities resulted in a series of joint programmes that were staged in the year 2000, a total of 12 large and small common AECC projects. The most important of them are described in the attachment below.
Source: Krakow 2000 European City of Culture Programme - Final Report - Krakow 2000 Bureau