Printemps Musical


In 2013, the annual "Printemps Musical" jazz and world music festival organised by the Luxembourg City Tourist Office (LCTO) celebrates its 31st anniversary. The 2013 edition of the renowned music festival of the luxembourgish capital city plays host to an innovative programme blending both international artists as well as some new faces worth discovering. Concerts take place at the music club « Den Atelier » or the Conservatoire de Musique de la Ville in Luxembourg city.

Unlike many other conventional tourist boards, the Luxembourg City Tourist Office (LCTO) operates, according to its statutes, as a real event and destination management organisation for Luxembourg-city. The LCTO organises some of the largest and most popular music festivals, open air concerts and events in the capital as part of a sustained cultural policy. It actively promotes Luxembourg city as a vibrant cultural destination, enhances its reputation on an international level and attracts every year thousands of enthusiastic visitors.

30, Place Guillaume II
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BUIKA  on Tue, 22/01/2013 - 17:59  PDF version
MONDAY 15.4.2013 / 8.30 PM / DEN ATELIER, 54 RUE DE HOLLERICH, LUXEMBOURG Voted one of world’s “50 Great Voices” by NPR, Buika - born on the island of Majorca to Guinean immigrant parents - has emerged as a true innovator, a must-see artist among jazz aficionados. Her...
MEHLIANA FEAT. BRAD MEHLDAU AND MARC GUILIANA  on Tue, 22/01/2013 - 17:55  PDF version
SUNDAY 17.3.2013 / 8.30 PM / DEN ATELIER, 54 RUE DE HOLLERICH, LUXEMBOURG Over the last few years, world renowned pianist Brad Mehldau and acclaimed drummer/percussionist Mark Guiliana (Gretchen Parlato, Meshell Ndegeocello) had been discussing a potential collaboration in which Brad would...
BAUCHKLANG / SUPPORT ACT: DE LÄB  on Tue, 22/01/2013 - 17:54  PDF version
WEDNESDAY 6.3.2013 / 8.30 PM / DEN ATELIER, 54 RUE DE HOLLERICH, LUXEMBOURG The Austrian quintet Bauchklang makes the club music of the future using the world’s oldest instrument: the human voice. But whatever you do, don’t call them a vocal ensemble, an a capella group, or even...