TAG: Music

Barcelona: the Primavera Sound Festival

Barcelona: the Primavera Sound Festival
There is a festival in the middle of Barcelona's summer that will lighten up your nights out in this beautiful city. It's the Primavera Summer Festival, an event that takes… READ MORE

Paris, Les Folies Bergère

Paris, Les Folies Bergère
One of most important attractions of Paris is the music hall Les Folies Bergère. It is located in the IX arrondissement, and became so famous during the so-called Belle Époque… READ MORE

Rome: the Roma Jazz Festival

Rome: the Roma Jazz Festival
Jazz was born in the United States, and it grew up in New Orleans spilling quickly through the world during the 20th century, creating all kinds of rhythms and genres.… READ MORE

Barcelona: Sònar, the Electronic Music Festival

Barcelona: Sònar, the Electronic Music Festival
Sònar is one of Spain's most famous festivals dedicated to electronic music. It was created in 1994, and every year it continued growing exponentially until it became a meeting spot… READ MORE

New York: Apollo Theatre and Afro-American Music Culture

New York: Apollo Theatre and Afro-American Music Culture
Apollo Theatre is one of New York's most famous Afro-American music halls. Across the decades, it associated almost exclusively with black artists; it's located in Harlem, a district well known… READ MORE

Vienna, Accordion Festival 2013

Vienna, Accordion Festival 2013
If you love music, you will surely enjoy the Vienna Accordion Festival 2013, which will take place until March 2013! The musical tradition of Vienna is famous all around the… READ MORE

Arlecchino and Pulcinella Ball

Arlecchino and Pulcinella Ball
The Arlecchino and Pulcinella Ball will be held February 3rd in Palazzo Papafava: the latter is built in an unique gothic style and can claim to have a very interesting… READ MORE

Prague, Bedřich Smetana Museum

Prague, Bedřich Smetana Museum
Music lovers shouldn’t miss to visit the charming museum dedicated to Bedrich Smetana! It is located in Prague, near Charles Bridge (on the bank of Vltava River) and it celebrates… READ MORE

Budapest, Franz Liszt Museum

Budapest, Franz Liszt Museum
Franz Liszt was a 19th-century Hungarian composer, pianist, conductor and teacher. This museum is a reconstruction of his last Budapest flat, on the first floor of the old Academy of… READ MORE

Budapest rocks! Tommy Ramone

Budapest rocks! Tommy Ramone
Tommy Ramone, also known as Tamás Erdély, born in Budapest, was the drummer of the influential punk rock band the Ramones. He founded the punk group with Joey, Johnny and… READ MORE