Euro Chamber Music Festival (ECMF) is the largest international festival of chamber music in northern Poland attracting renowned artists such as Leszek Mozdzer, Lars Danielsson, Apollon Musagete Quartett, Jean-Marc Fessard, Bartosz Koziak and MozART group. As well as featuring established musicians and premieres, ECMF promotes gifted up-and-coming artists through its unique Baltic String Duo Competition and Baltic Music Workshops. ECMF was founded in 2012 by Duo del Gesu - Christoph Tymendorf (violist) and Arnaud Kaminski (violinist) on the occasion of the EURO 2012.
Music Biennale Zagreb is an international festival of contemporary music founded in 1961. Dedicated to new music – including “living classics” of contemporary music and the new generation of international composers – programmes include projects by symphony orchestras and chamber ensembles, experimental musical theatre, contemporary dance, jazz, electronic and alternative music. Two principles guide the biennale: tolerance and high standards of musical production, creativity and reproduction.
Good wine accompanied by good music: nourishment for body and soul! This is all you need for a “gastro-jazz” jamboree. The 2015 installment of the oldest continuous annual jazz festival will pair up with the most popular wine festival of the Northern Alföld region to feature more than 30 jazz bands and 70 top-ranked Hungarian wineries to enchant jazz buffs as well as wine lovers.