East Of Culture – Different Sounds Art’n’Music Festival
“Different sounds” are the most sought-after ingredients of modern music and the impulses that drive the best artists to create unique and innovative music . You may ask, where to look for different sounds nowadays, when music is globally overproduced ? The answer is simple – Lublin!
East of Culture – Different Sounds offers an opportunity to get acquainted with the most interesting musical phenomena transcending different genres, traditions and cultural influences. The festival presents music which is ambitious and explores new ideas and solutions. It is one of the most inspiring music events in Poland, which allows us to hear world-class stars and mind-blowing rising stars in the very center of Lublin.
This year marks the fifth time that the festival has been organized as part of East of Culture, a project integrating artistic communities of three cities in eastern Poland (Białystok, Lublin and Rzeszów) and artists from Eastern Partnership countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine). The project is executed by the National Centre for Culture and the three cities and it has been made possible thanks to the support of creative groups, local governments of Eastern Poland and the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage.
East of Culture is a cultural project integrating artists from cities in eastern Poland (Bialystok, Lublin and Rzeszow) and artists from Eastern Partnership countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldavia and Ukraine). It is carried out by the National Centre for Culture and the three Polish cities. The project aims at presenting and helping discover the unique aspects of each culture as well as at facilitating the sharing of artistic experiences. Over time, the festival has become a bridge connecting our eastern partners with broader European culture. In 2018, East of Culture takes place for the 6th time. The project has been made possible thanks to the involvement of creative groups and local governments of Eastern Poland and the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage.