This sunday 14/01, a special network event in Ancienne Belgique, curated by Dutch/Belgian magazine Gonzo (circus) and DeBuren.
Global Sounds: another buzzword or just the key to attract a more diverse audience? And what are Global Sounds? And does an African band attract an African audience by definition? Programmers struggle with it, sometimes make radical choices or lose their course. For those who open the gate, it is an adventurous trip. By trial and error. It is an introduction to new actors from the field, new partners and a search for new audiences.
Together with Gonzo (circus) and deBuren, concert hall AB invites you to immerse yourself in The New Programming and Global Sounds one afternoon! with keynotes and discussions.
Our Rebel Up SebCat will be in a panel to discuss about new ways of programming global sounds in Belgium & Netherlands, together with our friend Rrita Jashari (VK Concerts), Marriette Groot (Underbelly media) and Kurt Overbergh (AB).
It’s free in but sadly the event is already full, and there is a waiting list.
Afterwards there is a concert of Indonesian ethno-noise band Senyawa as part of Europalia Indonesia.
from 12h – 18h
@ Ancienne Belgique