Kultur | lx – Arts Council Luxembourg, in collaboration with the CCRD opderschmelz, are delighted to invite you to its Jazz Focus taking place on May 12th and 13th in Dudelange, Luxembourg, in the framework of the festival Like a Jazz Machine. This Focus aims to encourage the identification of Luxembourg artists featured at the festival for export purposes.

During these two Focus days, you will have the opportunity to listen to Manuel Hermia and his Freetet, Stanley Clarke and his new project *N* 4Ever, and Samuel Blaser for the release of his CD ROUTES. On the Luxembourgish side, take a chance to discover Michel Reis’ new collaboration with the contemporary music ensemble United Instruments of Lucilin, Shauli Einav’s Quartet, Living Organs (artist in residence), the ignited compositions of the fearless musicians from Tele-Port, and the result of Mathieu Clément’s residency with his sextet. As the festival aims to favour encounters and exchanges, this Jazz Focus will also feature a networking moment.

About Like A Jazz Machine
Since 2012 and the creation of Like a Jazz Machine, CCRD opderschmelz has been giving its own vision on today’s jazz by putting light on the most adventurous creations and projects. During the last 10 years (almost 11!) the festival presented musicians from diverse backgrounds and musical aesthetics such as Kyle Eastwood, Thomas de Pourquery & Supersonic, Pascal Schumacher, Joachim Kühn, Naïssam Jalal, Kenny Garrett, Greg Lamy, Emile Parisien, Rabih-Abou Khalil, Géraldine Laurent, among many others. More info on the complete line-up soon. The entire festival will take place from May 10th to 14th.

Free transportation
Kultur | lx offers free transportation to Luxembourg up to a limit of 200€ for one person per institution. The reimbursement will be made after the festival upon the presentation of the receipts and a refund form request that will be sent to you or an invoice. If you are coming by car, just keep the gas and toll tickets and send it to us with your refund invoice (Parking costs will not be reimbursed). If you plan to come accompanied, the additional transportation costs will be at your expenses. Shuttles will be organised for local transportation.

Free accommodation
A free hotel room will be booked for one person per institution for the nights of May 12th and 13th 2023. If you wish to stay on May 10th, May 11th and/or May 14th, those nights will be at your own expenses. However, we could ask for an extension of your hotel booking if you plan to stay longer. Also, do not hesitate to precise if you want a single or double occupation room.

Free accreditation
CCRD opderschmelz offers you a free pass. It will be given to you at the accreditation desk. This pass grants you free access to the festival’s concerts and the VIP area.

Kultur | lx – Arts Council Luxembourg is pleased to invite you to join the first Performing arts platform in Luxembourg from 23 to 25th of March 2023 in Luxembourg City and Esch-sur-Alzette. A programme divided into three thematic days – young audiences, theatre, dance – will offer you a unique opportunity to discover the performing arts landscape of Luxembourg, its places, artists, creations and its challenges.

Thursday 23/03 – Focus on young audiences
Friday 24/03 – Focus on theatre
Saturday 25/03 – Focus on dance

Find the programme here.

On the occasion of the Luxembourg Art Week 2022 which will take place from November 10 to 13, Kultur | lx – Arts Council Luxembourg invites you to discover a part of the Luxembourg visual arts scene during days dedicated to exchanges between professionals, meetings with artists and visits to collections and institutions.

The programme will take place over two and a half days, from Wednesday 09 to Friday 11 November 2022.

We propose you to meet artists active on the Luxembourg and European scene, selected by the independent curator and critic Marianne Derrien.

It will also allow you to meet the teams of the Mudam Luxembourg – Musée d’Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean, the Casino Luxembourg – Forum d’art contemporain, the Konschthal Esch – Espace d’art contemporain, and to participate in round tables.

For this exceptional programme, Kultur | lx – Arts Council Luxembourg takes care of your travel and accommodation expenses, as well as your meals.


Wednesday 09/11

Thursday 10/11

Friday 11/11

Kultur | lx – Arts Council Luxembourg is pleased to invite you to its Contemporary Music Focus on 16 and 17 September 2022. This event aims at introducing and discovering Luxembourg’s contemporary music scene and composers on the occasion of the 33,7 Festival, organised by the Ensemble United Instruments of Lucilin and the Kulturfabrik (Esch-sur-Alzette) in the framework of Esch2022 – European Capital of Culture.
More than a moment of discoveries, and in view of Kultur | lx’ collaboration with Impuls neue Musik, this focus shall encourage encounters and initiate artistic collaborations, as well as synergies.
NB: programme to come soon. The Focus will start on Friday 16 September around 4 pm and will end on Saturday 17 September in the evening.

About 33,7
33,7, which will take place on 17 and 18 September 2022, is a gigantic musical cartography representing the eclectic population of southern Luxembourg and the neighbouring French towns. This diversity will be transcribed into 2022 minutes (33.7 hours!) of music commissioned or borrowed by United Instruments of Lucilin from composers of different nationalities represented on the territory of Esch2022.


Registration deadline: 16 August 2022

On the occasion of the Esch2022 – European Capital of culture, Kultur | lx – Arts Council Luxembourg invites you to discover a part of the VISUAL ARTS scene in Luxembourg during three days dedicated to artists’ meetings, exhibition visits and exchanges between professionals.

The programme will take place over three days, from Friday 13 to Sunday 15 May 2022.

A common thread: the post-industrial south of Luxembourg
The main theme of the programme of visits, located in the industrial and post-industrial south of Luxembourg, a cross-border area with multiple identities and questionings, will be based on the place of creativity in the possible futures of these territories undergoing reconversion.

Networking and discoveries
This focus will allow you to visit some of Esch2022’s exhibition highlights, industrial sites converted into hubs for creative companies or collaborative spaces for artists and citizens, or prominent museums and art centres. You will be able to make artists’ studio visits curated by Margot Delalande (curator, Frac Lorraine) and meet the teams of Esch2022, Mudam Luxembourg – Musée d’Art Moderne Grand- Duc Jean, Casino Luxembourg – Forum d’art contemporain, Konschthal Esch – Espace d’art contemporain.

Finally, you will be able to attend some highlights and enjoy the friendly and informal atmosphere of these Focus Luxembourg events.