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Call for suggestions: Djangofolllies 2014 (Belgium)

In Festivals, Job opportunity on January 25, 2013 at 9:10 am

Dear Friends,

Many perceive Django Reinhardt as one of the greatest personalities of European Jazz. This gypsy guitar player deeply impressed and inspired the jazz scene with his improvisations on the guitar.

In 1994, Belgian musician Koen De Cauter, asked Brosella why nobody in Brussels did anything with Django’s music. So Brosella initiated this event, the Djangofolllies, in memory of Django Reinhardt. To honour this exceptional musician, a series of concerts in the ‘Django tradition’ are programmed in different venues.

The program of Djangofolllies is not limited to the traditional ‘Django style’ but also includes music which shines a new light on the genre and goes beyond the barriers of the ‘hot club’ music. At the festival we had musicians performing modern jazz, flamenco and also songs on the poems of Garcia Lorca were proposed.

Please submit your suggestion for the DJANGOFOLLLIES 2014 (20th edition).

Go on : http://www.brosella.be/eng/your-band-at-brosella

http://www.djangofolllies.be

Click on : Apply my band and fill in the form (1 form for 1 band)

Goog luck to all of you !

Céline

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  1. Dear Céline,

    Thank you so much for your link to our jazz festival ‘Djangofolllies’ (application form).
    Djangofolllies is written with 3 LLL. May I ask you to be so kind to correct this on your website please?

    I thank you in advance.

    With my very best regards,

    Hedwige Pint
    Press & Promotion
    Brosella
    +32474378949
    hedwige@brosella.be

  2. Dear Hedwidge,
    Thank you for your comment. The changes are done 🙂

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