29.08.2023 #classical #concert #kulturlxnews #music

Classical Music Focus – professional encounters and showcases

In the frame of its mission to promote and support the artists from Luxembourg, Kultur | lx joins forces with the Trifolion Echternach and its Echter’Classic Festival to organise a Focus dedicated to classical music.

On October 6th and 7th, Kultur | lx will welcome a delegation of international professionals coming from the European Classical music scene to (re)discover Luxembourgish Classical music artists featured at the Echter’Classic Festival. For two days, the international guests, the artists and Luxembourgish professionals will have the opportunity to exchange during formal and informal networking moments. A speedmeeting session will allow Luxembourg artists and professionals to initiate contacts and consider potential touring perspectives for the seasons to come.

About the Echter’Classic festival

At the start of every autumn, the festival Echter’Classic makes Echternach vibrate to the sounds of chamber music, baroque music and much more. Concerts take place in various venues around Echternach, including the TRIFOLION, the Church of St. Peter & Paul and the Basilica of St. Willibrord. Located in the heart of Müllerthal, also known as “Luxembourg’s Little Switzerland”, Echternach is Luxembourg’s oldest city, and has shown a vibrant cultural and musical life for decades.

Programme of the 2023 edition:

October 6th:

  • 6:00 pm: Zala & Val Kravos
  • 7:30 pm: Bohnenberger Plus – Kammerata Luxembourg
  • 9:00 pm: Maurice Clement


  • 11:30 am: Ensemble La Chapelle St. Marc
  • 3:30 pm: Hear Eyes Move – Dances with Ligeti 
  • 5:00 pm: Benjamin Kruithof
  • 6:00 pm: Sandrine Cantoreggi
  • 7:30 pm: Canto Ostinato – Victor Kraus Group

To promote the Luxembourg artists taking to the stage at the Echter’Classic, Kultur | lx has developed a new video format that will be released on 15 September on Instagram.

More information on Echter’Classic here.

Are you an international professional with an interest for the Classical Music Focus? You can contact Clémence Creff, Project manager for classical/contemporary music: