I will start from now on a new category called ‘just for your eyes’ which are just fotos, images, or any visual stuff. The thing is to not comment it at all and wait for your reactions.
If you have made fotos during the World Music Day, you can send them to me and I will update the show. If you are sending a foto or a drawing, please tell me, where it was, who made it and a title (or so). Send JPGs (450px x 450px max) to julakim (at) ar2com (dot) de.
There are pictures from Matongé, Brussels, Belgium and Darmstadt, Germany.
Fête de la Musique in Matongé, Brussels.
Matongé is a sort of black ghetto in Brussels. The district is in the
centre of the city, and you can walk through without problem, you just
feel like in Africa for 300 meters. The name comes from a district in
Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Repuplic of Congo, a former
This year, the first district party took place at the same time as “la
fête de la musique”. Here a few impressions.
Fête de la Musique in Darmstadt, Germany
It was very small and familiar and actually I was surprised to have a World Musique Day in this little town (200.000 inhabitants). But the location is quite interesting. It is the Jugendstil exhibition area from the beginning of the XX. century called Mathildenhöhe.