ANASEA

The ANASEA (Asia, North America, Africa, South America, Europe & Australia) project is aimed at musicians of all genres, and artists of all age, with a mission to preserve and revive global cultural legacy among the multicultural community of

Luxembourg. ANASEA engages musicians and artists through a series of workshops, led by professional artists, in order to introduce them to worldwide cultural artistic heritages. The project is based on peer-to-peer learning approach whereby participants teach each other the arts and music from their countries and cultures. Vocals, instrumentalists, and dancers of all styles and ages, be it students, alumni, or even from outside the University, are welcome to join the adventure and learn more about different ethnic forms of art from professionals in the field. However, a certain level of musical knowledge and skills are required for participation. Arranged workshops will be announced periodically on the facebook page of the project below. Product of selected workshops will be presented in a concert.

ANASEA provides a unique opportunity for musicians and artists in Luxembourg to come together and engage through music and dancing in an open, generous and respectful atmosphere.

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Indian music workshop

Would you like to learn more about the rich traditional Indian musical legacy?

K.G. Westman is a Swedish sitar player who is one of Europe´s foremost in the field of north Indian classical and semi classical music. Due to training in both Indian and western music, he is one of few with a deep understanding of both systems. Each winter K.G. stays in Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh, India to continue training under the guidance of Pandit Rabindra Narayan Goswami, a most respected sitar master of the holy city. As a senior student of Goswamiji, he is now a frequent performer in Europe, India, as well as the rest of the world. He also teaches sitar and about the classical music of north India.

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  • When: Saturday , October 21st | 11:00am-5:00pm
  • Where: Campus Limpertsberg | BCE | 3rd floor | 3.06

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Belgian folk-music workshop

Curious to learn how the traditional western European music sounds like?

Jeroen Laureyssens is a Belgian folk musician and composer. Who is well known for combining folk music with modern influences, such as modern harmony and improvisation and even effects and loops, on his diatonic accordion without forgetting the Western European tradition. Jeroen is an experienced instructor. He teaches diatonic accordion in music schools in Belgium, and has given several workshops. He plays in several folk bands, currently in Gotzya, Les Frères d’Eeckère and Kaks Karpi.

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  • When: Saturday , November 04th | 11:00am-5:00pm
  • Where: Campus Limpertsberg | BCE | 3rd floor | 3.06

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Oriental music workshop

Would you like to learn more about oriental music scales and styles?

Abdalla Abozekry is an Egyptian musician and composer, who is well known for his unique Egyptian style on the traditional ottoman instrument "Saz". His passion, for intercultural music learning and exchange, led him to Paris to proceed with his Musicology studies at Université Paris VIII, where he is currently based.

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  • When: Saturday , December 02nd | 11:00am-5:00pm
  • Where: Campus Limpertsberg | BCE | 3rd floor | 3.06

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For further information: adham.alsayyad@uni.lu or https://www.facebook.com/Anasea.uni.lu/