Luxembourg Classical Meeting showcases Luxembourgish's solists, ensembles and young talents
Kultur|lx organizes, in collaboration with the Philharmonie Luxembourg and Radio 100,7, the Luxembourg Classical Meeting on September 16th and 17th. This meeting seeks to introduce and promote the Grand-Duchy’s soloists, ensembles and young talents to European professionals of the classical music sector.
A range of showcases will show the diversity of the artistic proposals, from ancient to today’s music. Cathy Krier (piano), Christoph Sietzen (multipercussion), Max Mausen (clarinet), Hélène Boulègue (flute), Benjamin Kruithof (cello), United Instruments of Lucilin, Artemandoline and Machine à Trois (Meyer/Warnier/Zhang) will present their 20 minutes-programmes in the Chamber Music Hall of the Philharmonie.
Networking sessions between the artists and the invited European professionals will take place to find new international opportunities and offer them new horizons.
Tuesday September 16th 2021
5 pm Showcase I / Chamber Music Hall, Philharmonie
Hélène Boulègue, flûte
Max Mausen, clarinette
Friday September 17th 2021
5 pm Showcase II / Chamber Music Hall, Philharmonie
United Instruments of Lucilin
Cathy Krier, piano
6:30 pm Showcase III
Benjamin Kruithof, violoncelle
Machine à trois (Meyer/Warnier/Zhang)
Christoph Sietzen, percussion
The showcases are free and open to audience. More information here.
The sale begins on 02.02.2021 at 10:00pm
Luxembourg Classical Meeting’s partners : Philharmonie Luxembourg, SACEM Luxembourg, Ministry of Culture, Radio 100.7, and Fédération luxembourgeoise des auteurs et compositeurs (FLAC).