Walk&Talk – Arts Festival

Walk&Talk is an annual arts festival that encourages creation in the specific cultural and geographic context of the Azores archipelago. From visual arts to performing arts, it integrates artistic residencies, a Public Art Circuit and promotes a broad program of exhibitions, concerts, performances, knowledge activities and other proposals developed in partnership with cultural spaces of […]

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Baroque in the Zips (Barok na Spiszu)

The Baroque Ancient Music Festival in the Spiš is a cultural initiative initiated in 2012 and aimed at promoting the magnificent Baroque monuments located in the Polish Spiš region. The decor of the churches in Niedzica, Łapsze Niżne, Łapsze Wyżne, Kacwin, Frydman, Krempach, Trybsz, Nowa Biala and Jurgów are baroque pearls, but still little known. […]

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Mother Tongues Festival

The Mother Tongues Festival is a festival like no other. With a consummate arts programme that offers the best in contemporary theatre, performance, dance, music, literature and visual arts, there is a wealth of entertaining wonder for all ages to get stuck into! Our mission is to showcase Ireland’s rich artistic and cultural tapestry through […]

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Operosa Montenegro Opera Festival

Operosa is a classical music and opera festival founded by Finnish mezzo soprano Katherine Haataja in 2006. Operosa promotes young opera talent and contemporary interpretation to a modern audience. The aim of Operosa is to focus on repertoire ideally suited for young opera singers while working with leading international guest artistic directors and showcasing opera […]

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international literature festival odessa

The Festival aims to underscore the cultural charisma and international character of the city and to contribute to strengthening its connections with other cultural metropolises in Europe and on other continents. The Festival’s program will express this with its international character, which will in no way be restricted to (but will include) accents on Eastern […]

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Tallinn Architecture Biennale

Tallinn Architecture Biennale is an international architecture festival organised by the Estonian Centre of Architecture. It has a diverse programme that encourages synergy between architects and the general public by way of creating contacts and exchanging ideas. bioTallinn is the theme for TAB 2017 curated by architect, urban designer and ecologist Claudia Pasquero. bioTallinn challenges […]

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Festival Pablo Casals de Prades

The Pablo Casals Festival, founded in 1950 in Prades by the cellist Pablo Casals, is one of the oldest music festivals in Europe. Its programmes blend classical, modern and contemporary music which is performed by about 40 international soloists during three weeks in residence in Prades. Every summer, more than 40 events: 26 concerts mostly […]

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Routes in Marpissa

Routes in Marpissa is a three-day, experiential, cultural festival organized by a group of volunteers and takes place every August in Marpissa, Paros island, Greece since 2010. The festival has as its central idea the creation of routes and points of interest in the traditional settlement, around themes of architecture, folklore, music, art and environment. […]

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AWAKE

AWAKE is the first boutique festival in Romania. It was born in the heart of Transylvania, on Teleki Grounds in Tirgu Mures. Since the very beginning, in 2017, its main purpose is to create unforgettable stories with its Awakers, on an eclectic background of music, arts and activities. AWAKE is not only about music, but […]

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