A festival for all, with something for everybody. In 1971 the 6 leading music festivals of the French-speaking community (Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles) came together to found the Festival de Wallonie. They did so with the shared aim of promoting classical music, of every kind and for every type of audience. Every year, from June to October, the Festivals de Wallonie presents more than 150 concerts all over Wallonia and in Brussels, in churches, castles, abbeys, cathedrals and historic buildings.
Wratislavia Cantans, also referred to as the International Festival of Oratorio and Cantata Music, is held every September in Wrocław, Poland. The first festival was organized in 1966 by Andrzej Markowski: a composer and conductor, who took the post of director of the Wrocław Philharmonic in 1965 and who performed the function of artistic director of the Festival until 1976.
MittelFest is an international event, which brings together languages and populations that for centuries have been sharing the same Central European soul.
MittelFest was born from the idea of bringing together music, theater, dance and all the languages of the performing arts.
An event that could give Cividale a link to its historical roots and project it towards the future.
Since 2014, Klarafestival has been held in March. Every year, we present current, high-quality and adventurous performances and concerts with international appeal to as large and varied an audience as possible in many different venues located not only in Brussels but also in Antwerpen and Brugge.
Saxå Chamber Music Festival aims to illustrate history and tradition along with innovative creativity by linking the area’s rich tradition with premières of contemporary music. It offers a variety of cultural activities in different venues, achieving high artistic standards with ensembles of musicians from the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra. After 30 years the festival still provides Eastern Värmland with an injection of music and culture filled with enthusiasm and warmth every June.