SoNoRo Festival began in 2006 and has developed into one of the most creative and appreciated classical music festivals in Eastern Europe. SoNoRo regularly goes on tour, performing in some of the most prestigious international venues, such as Carnegie Hall, Wigmore Hall and Musikverein, and has initiated collaborations with various European festivals from Italy, Germany, Slovenia, Latvia and the UK. The festival has developed an extended educational project dedicated to gifted young musicians.
ŻiguŻajg is an annual international arts festival that puts the creative arts for children and young people at the heart of Malta’s cultural landscape. The festival showcases high-quality professional performances in various disciplines to create a programme that is an enticing mix of new devised work and renowned international productions. This inclusive and accessible festival often provides children’s first experience of live performance with cross-collaborations between public as well as private arts and cultural entities.
Routes in Marpissa is a 3-day, experiential, cultural festival organized by a group of volunteers and takes place every August in Marpissa on the island of Paros, Cyclades. The festival has as its central idea the creation of routes and points of interest in the traditional settlement around themes of architecture, folklore, music, art and environment. It is designed on the characteristics and scale of the village and takes an experiential approach so that everyone can have an active role in the events.