See Milo live, read Lomans & Rombouts

Where do you hear the best conversations? Where do you meet the people that become part of your life story? A bar is a stage for the important meetups in life (Well, not always. We know. Sometimes it’s just a place with cheap beer, but you get the idea, right?) Last Sunday Frequenzy set up a meeting between music and literature at Gigant Muziekcafé. We asked creative writers duo LomansRombouts to host the session of alternative popband Milo. What happened was a performance with inspiring music and an interesting dialogue between people from different cultural disciplines. The recap will be soon online!

Meanwhile…

This is where you can see Milo live:

2- 6 Minstrel Festival, Zwolle
3-6 Zwolle Unlimited, Zwolle
15 – 6 Full Colour Festival, Kampen
16 – 6 TREK Festival, Nijmegen
1 – 7 Back To The Music, Huissen
7- 7 FestiValderAa, Schipborg
14 – 7 TREK Festival, Amsterdam
20 – 7 Music Meets Texel, Texel
21 – 7 Music Meets Texel, Texel
22 – 7 Music Meets Texel, Texel
26 – 7 Taribush Kuna Festival, Dwingeloo
27 – 7 Taribush Kuna Festival, Dwingeloo

& if you wanna read something interesting, follow these guys:

Martin Rombouts, creative writer, contributer to dance production The Nonsense Society

Creative Writing 2017 Martin

Martin ging naar Engeland om meer te weten te komen over de mysterieuze dood van een man op een heuvel. In deze mini-docu vertelt over hij zijn afstudeerwerk 'I want to climb the mountain'.

Geplaatst door Creative Writing – Afstudeerlichting 2017 op dinsdag 20 juni 2017

Christiaan Lomans, creative writer, editor at Perdu

Creative Writing 2017 – Christiaan Lomans

Het afstudeerwerk van Christiaan Lomans bestaat uit een mix van proza en poëzie. In deze mini-docu zie je hoe hij dat aanpakt.

Geplaatst door Creative Writing – Afstudeerlichting 2017 op maandag 8 mei 2017

 

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