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The KAMS - EFWMF grant has been renewed for 2015!
The Tour Grant supports international touring of Korean traditional performing arts groups. The grant is presented by Korea Arts Management Service (KAMS) and co-organized by European Forum of Worldwide Music Festival (EFWMF) since 2010 under the auspices of the Korean Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.
Previous years amazing artists like Jambinai, [SU:M], Dulsori, The Gwangdae, Be-Being, Ahn Sook-Sun, Coreyah and Sooeun Kwak came to visit Europe and played at different member festivals.
This year we get the chance to explore more of this Korean traditional performing arts groups.
Here you can find more information on Kams: http://eng.gokams.or.kr/01_kams/kams_view.aspx?Idx=225&flag=notice
The 6th edition of the Choro Jazz Festival comes consolidated on the musical circuit. It will be performed in Fortaleza, before heading to the beautiful and paradisiacal Jericoacoara beach, where the festival presents its traditional musical week including renowned musicians from the worldwide musical scene in its line up. The Choro Jazz Festival, which is totally free, takes place from November 27th to 29th at Centro Cultural Dragão do Mar in Fortaleza and from December 2nd to 7th at Jericoacoara’s Main Square.
It will provide a musical overview that will transition between different Brazilian states, Portugal and Italy thus composing a rare and fruitful score to be covered by the public during intense days filled with a musical atmosphere. The approach of musical the genres that baptize the festival brings the exchange between musicians and styles providing the audacity of sound experimentation, improvisation and virtuosity; a graceful and especially tricky musical experience. The audience is presented with a musical landscape full of nuances, diversified accents and styles; a repertoire that is rarely included in the seasons of traditional shows.
Join us at Visa For Music next week!
Visa For Music aims to create a professional platform for music and enforce creativity and professionalisation of the cultural industry on the African Continent and in the Middle East.
Visa For Music (VFM) is the first professional market of Africa and Middle-East musics. The project is born from a paradox : on the one hand, the lack –or even the absence- of visibility of African and Middle Eastern artists at an international level and, on the other hand, there is a presence of a very important artistic dynamism and musical creation that these musicians need to be recognized for.
So, Visa For Music aims at highlighting African and Middle Eastern artists.
Visa For Music is an essential and major meeting place for professionals of the whole music industry, whoever they are and wherever they are from. Visa For Music aims to be a sharing platform for the defense and promotion of the musical sector of African and Middle Eastern countries.
The European Forum of Worldwide Music Festivals will hold its next membermeeting at Visa For Music, in Rabat. We will as well have a trade fair stand.
Today, the 21st edition of the Oslo World Music Festival starts!
During six days you will find more than 300 artists from all parts of the world performing at over 15 different venues in Oslo. The entertainment ranges from flamenco, soul and fado to electronica, hip hop and desert blues. The festival also includes other art forms that strengthen the festival profile, such as exhibitions, seminars, workshops, and interdisciplinary artistic expression.
Check their line-up at: http://www.osloworld.no/en/program/