Friday
Feb162018

EFWMF going to Tallinn!

The EFWMF will hold it's Annual General Meeting and Member Meeting in Tallinn, coinciding with Tallinn Music Week. 

Held each spring in Tallinn, Estonia, Tallinn Music Week is a city festival with an extensive music and arts programme and a new business conference – a weeklong celebration of talent, curiosity, creativity, freedom and equality. The 10th edition of TMW will take place in Tallinn, Estonia from 2nd April to 8th April 2018.

Come and meet the EFWMF-members!

More information: https://tmw.ee/festival/

Friday
Dec222017

Mercat de Música Viva de Vic, artists applications 2018 are open!

Tuesday
Dec192017

Visa For Music 2017 at Euronews

Monday
Aug282017

World Music Festival Bratislava

Bratislava World Music Festival is a multi-genre festival taking place in indoor and outdoor venues in and around the old town heart of Slovakia’s capital Bratislava. In a region that has long been Europe’s crossroads, the festival forms a meeting point between East and West.
The programme consists of concerts (Kaláscima (IT), showcases (Banda (SK), Katarina Máliková& Ansámbel (SK), Ľudové Mladistvá (SK), Ľubomír Gašpar Cimbal Project (SK), KarpaTon (SK), et al.), conference, film premiére, workshops, presentations about the traditional culture of the region, children’s programme and public discussions. It features leading musicians and bands from Slovakia and beyond. Now in its second edition, and as the only world music festival in Slovakia, it provides an exceptional window on world music’s context in the country and its relationship to Slovakia’s rich and still living traditional musics.

The line-up of GALACONCERT includes: Renaud Garcia-Fons (F) & Derya Türkan (TR), Oratnitza (BG), Karolina Cicha & Bart Pałyga (PL)

When: 23th September 2017, 19:00
Where: Ateliér Babylon, Kolárska 3, Bratislava

More information: www.worldmusicfestival.sk

Tuesday
May232017

OFFEST 2017

OFFest 2017 is ready to start!

With artists like Gisela João, Den Sorte Skole, Black String and Noura Mint Seymali.

OFFest was established in 2002 as a second festival, which grew up from the long-established tradition of Skopje Jazz Festival. The main idea was to create another important music event in a different period of the year, and in terms of music genres, more wide-oriented. It was natural to start OFFest in the decades of full globalization that resulted in raising creativity, popularity and awareness of the so-called "world music". OFFest presents a variety of music from all continents, focusing on different categories, from traditional, ethno, folk, roots, to urban, contemporary and experimental music styles. A lot of renowned artist from all over the world performed throughout OFFest history.

More information: http://www.offest.com.mk/programme.html