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    Bluesbaltica/Bluesfest Eutin

    The 26th edition of the BluesBaltica/Bluesfest Eutin will again present internationally known blues artists at the marquet square in Eutin (Germany). Under the keynote “Modern Europe” performers from 12 European countries will...[more]


    Contemporary Dance Festival New Baltic Dance ´15

    Once again one of the main and most prestigious dance events in the Baltic Sea Region, the International Contemporary Dance festival “New Baltic Dance” takes place from 6th to 12th May in Vilnius (Lithuania).[more]


    folkBALTICA 2015

    folkBALTICA will present a number of extraordinary concerts ranging from folk to jazz and world music in the German-Danish border region from 6th to 10th May. Over 30 events at 27 different locations by Nordic and Baltic...[more]


    Keeping The Blues Alive Award goes to BluesBaltica

    BluesBaltica/Bluesfest Eutin is the first German festival which received the Keeping the Blues Alive Award by the Blues foundation. The festival was honored at 23rd January 2015 in Memphis (USA). [more]


    Baltic Circle International Theatre Festival

    From 9th to 16th November the Baltic Circle International Festival in Helsinki (Finland) will provide a stage for international theatre performances and contemporary art as well as for artist networking and open panels. [more]


    Nordic Film Days 2014

    The 56th edition of the Nordic Film Days takes place in Lübeck (Germany) from 29th October until 2nd November 2014. The festival presents new films from the north and northeast of Europe.[more]


    Rauma Biennale Balticum: Artists

    We’re nearing the end of the first half of Rauma Biennale Balticum from June 14 to September 14 at the Rauma Art Museum, Rauma (Finland). This article shines a spotlight on the diverse artists from around the BSR presenting their...[more]


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