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3rd NBFP Nordic-Baltic Arts Festivals Conference (2017)


The 2017 Conference of the NordicBaltic Festival Platform titled “Festival-Tourism-Local Communities” will be the first-ever dual-city event, taking place on 21-22 November 2017 in Helsingør/Helsingborg (Denmark/Sweden). The Conference aims to bring together managers and artistic directors of festivals from all fields of art and culture to exchange ideas and best practices, make new connections and explore […]

22 June, 2017


NordicBaltic Festival Platform Call for Projects (open until 31/07/2017)


The NordicBaltic Festival Platform (NBFP) is a platform created for festivals from all fields of art & culture in the Nordic-Baltic area. It aims to foster cultural cooperation in the region by enhancing the number and strength of connections, the capacity and visibility of those festivals. The Platform is open to festivals from all fields […]



Wisby Beach Festival July 12-14th


Wisby Beach Festival is a brand new city festival in the heart of Visby. GotlandsMusiken and Wisby Strand are hoping for this to be an annual event where both Gotlandish and national bands and musicians enter the three stages. GotlandsMusiken is in charge of the content of the festival during the first day and Wisby […]


Final Conference In Visby


In May the final conference of the Baltic Music Network was held in Visby, Gotland, Sweden.

21 October, 2016


NordicBaltic Festival Platform


The 2nd full scale conference of the NordicBaltic Festival Platform (NBFP) takes place in Vilnius, Lithuania from 3-4 November 2016.

20 October, 2016


Gotlandsmusiken


Contact: Dag Franzén Info om Gotlandsmusiken här… Email Website FaceBook


GotlandsMusiken ❤️ KISS


In november GotlandsMusiken in Sweden will do a family concert with the KISS tribute band Dressed to thrill.


Countries


Countries included in the Baltic Music Network are Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Lithuania, Lativa, Poland, Germany and Denmark.

19 October, 2016


Carmina Burana


Carmina Burana was performed as a collaboration between two orchestras, three regions and six choirs.

2 October, 2016


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