New on Festival Bytes: What I Heard About The (Arts) World*
12 March 2015
On 21 January I had the pleasure of seeing again the piece that inspired the name of this series. What I Heard About The World was presented in Brussels, and I could share with friends, and other audience members who enjoyed a sold out performance, the work of mala voadora and Third Angel. It warms my heart every time I see a full venue, to see that audiences are still eager to see a good performance, to take the risk of the unknown, even on a dark, freezing evening when the warmth of our own home might feel quite appealing. So to start the year on an uplifting note: there are still things we hear about the (arts) world which are not dark and despairing and that’s what we have to strive to protect and spread.
Read the blog by Eva Nunes on Festival Bytes to discover a selection of world premieres, collaborations, and new productions of festivals across the globe, such as Festival Internacional Cervantino México, Usedomer Musikfestival, Sochi Festival, Concentus Moraviae, MusMA - Music Masters On Air, Wratislavia Cantans, Festiv' de Wallonie, Mittelfest Cividale del Friuli, Reykjavik Arts Festival, MBZ: Muzički biennale Zagreb / Music Biennale Zagreb, Festival Castell de Peralada, and Grec Festival de Barcelona.