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3. December 2013   |   Comments Closed

rainy days 2013: the pictures

"Forever" - Studio Lucilin (photo: Sébastien Grébille)

28.11.2013 “Forever” at Studio Lucilin (photo: Sébastien Grébille)

This year’s edition of the rainy days festival came to a close Sunday night. Here are a few pictures of four days packed with contemporary music during which you were invited to “take your time”. We hope you did.

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29.11.2013 “Time out” at Cercle Cité (photo: Sébastien Grébille)

"A la recherche du temps perdu" (photo: Sébastien Grébille)

29.11.2013 “A la recherche du temps perdu” – United Instruments of Lucilin (photo: Sébastien Grébille)

29.11.2013 "The never-ending story" - E. Kovacic and M. Hoursiangou (photo: Sébastien Grébille)

29.11.2013 “The never-ending story” – E. Kovacic and M. Hoursiangou (photo: Sébastien Grébille)

Minguet Quartett - Abbaye de Neumünster (photo: Sébastien Grébille)

30.11.2013 “Verweile doch, du bist so schön” – Minguet Quartett, Abbaye de Neumünster (photo: Sébastien Grébille)

"The Arditti String Quartet Marathon" (photo: Sébastien Grébille)

01.12.2013 “The Arditti String Quartet Marathon” (photo: Sébastien Grébille)

Emilio Pomàrico and Ernst Kovacic (photo: Alfonso Salgueiro)

01.12.2013 “Best of Slow” – Emilio Pomàrico, Ernst Kovacic and OPL (photo: Alfonso Salgueiro)



 

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