This small patch of town, contained in the roughly 300 x 350 metre area between ul. Staszica, ul. Gdańska, al. Mickiewicza, and ul. Kołłątaja, is packed with the city's top musical institutions: the Pomeranian Philharmonic, the Polish Theatre, the Music Academy, the Music School Group, and a headquarters of the Pomeranian-Kuyavian Polish Radio (a notable omission is of course Opera Nova, which resides near the river). It's also one of the most pleasant places for a walk, with Kochanowski Park stretching north from the Philharmonic, peppered with statues of musical greats from Ignacy Jan Paderewski to Wojciech Kilar. In front of the Philharmonic you'll also find a multimedia fountain, which puts on water-and-light shows with classical music in the warm season, though sadly it's not functioning until further notice.