Let’s break the ice! Artists, bands and music professionals are welcome to attend this networking event where they can meet bookers from a selection of venues, festivals or agencies from Luxembourg in order to establish a first contact, present their project and develop their professional network.
SESSION IS FULLY BOOKED.
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- ASSIDETun Biever is guitarist and manager of Luxembourgish independant pop band Tuys and co-founder of TWO STEPS TWICE music collective. Havin g founded TUYS at the age of ten, Tun's career as a musician took him all around Europe, playing shows at well-established festivals such as M.S Dockville, The Great…ASSIDERomuald Collard started to work as free-lance journalist for several local newspapers (Le Quotidien, La Voix, Rock and Gaume), then worked for 3,5 years at Rockhal before moving to a private event company for another 3 years. In September 2013, he was hired by the Kulturfabrik (Esch/Alzette –L), where he…ASSIDEIn 2014, Daniel joined the team of the cultural department of the City of Differdange. With his experience as a musician in several local DIY bands, he has since been in charge of the musical programming of Aalt Stadhaus, a venue which opened in 2014. Since 2015, he is also…ASSIDEIn 2006, Marc Hauser started as a project manager for Luxembourg 2007 - European Capital of Culture and as booker for the temporarily born venue EXIT07 - Luxembourg city's finest venue for cutting-edge music - where he carried Tom Jenkinson's bass guitar, filled the fridge with 'Bofferdings' for Luxembourg's cult…ASSIDELuka first got an insight into the music and event business by managing (quite badly) the Luxembourgish rock band INBORN! (2005-2011). During the same period, he progressively got involved into the organisation of the Food For Your Senses Festival before taking over its lead in 2013. In December 2014, together…ASSIDEMathis Krier studied art and design at Nottingham Trend University and currently works as a designer, consultant and art director in his own studio “Yatsch Graphics”. In addition, he provides social-educational assistance at the Maison Relais ¨Munneref¨ in Mondorf-les-Bains. Besides his main occupations and interests, Mathis' passion lies in music.…ASSIDEUPHILLBOOKINGS is an Independent Music Collective from Luxembourg that was formed in 2017. Working with mostly local bands from Luxembourg as well as some international ones, they are helping them to get experience on touring and providing them with new chances in the music industry. In August 2018, UPHILLBOOKINGS joined…ASSIDEJohn Rech is mostly known as the singer of Luxembourg’s 90’s pop icons T42 and his current solo project Dream Catcher. He has toured Europe for many years and is a real music all-rounder. He ran his own concert & touring company from 1996 to 2006, has been promoting gigs…ASSIDEMarc Scheer is music booker at the legendary Kulturfabrik in Esch/Alzette since last september. Before he was program coordinator at the cultural center Prabbeli in Wiltz, which includes the Brandbau Club, the Nuit des Lampions Festival and the Festival de Wiltz for more than 10 years. A music passionate, raised…ASSIDEBesides working as a teacher in everyday life, music and concerts have always been Laurent's passion. Since almost 20 years now, he has been following the great development and professionalisation of the Luxembourgish music scene. After organizing several cultural events he ended up in the booking team of the Koll…ASSIDEA recent music graduate with a thesis on deciphering the booking agent's (work) life, Tessy has been organising the alternative Luxembourgish music festival "Last Summer Dance" (shortlisted as Best New European Festival in 2013) for four years now. A festival line-up is about creating a narrative which the audience can…ASSIDEMichel Welter graduated in 2003 with a Master of Arts in Music Business from the New York University. He worked in numerous cultural institutions in Luxembourg such as the 'Centre Culturel de Rencontre Abbaye de Neumünster' where he started in 2005 as an assistant of the cultural programming. He later…Back To Top