The European Union National Institutes for Culture (EUNIC) held the launch of their third musical festival in Namibia.
Slated for 3 October at the FNCC, the event will be live-streamed with Namibian award winners Erna Chimu and Big Ben as headliners.
The Namibian Chapter of the EUNIC Music Festival will also host music development training under the theme “Live audio production Master-Class” to Namibian students. Four areas have been identified as being most in need. These are Principles of Digital and Analogue Production; Balancing Frequencies, Sound Engineering for live shows; and Software development.
The Masterclass series will be conducted over four weeks and renowned Namibian born, South African based Facilitator Burton Reid will deliver the Master-class sessions.
“It is a privilege for me to share my 24 years of experience with this group. I applaud the organizers for the initiative. I hope it occurs more frequently,” said Reid.
Other performing artists include Clément Reboul (France) Livestream and Sergio de Lope (Spain) Livestream and Namibian artist Erna Chimu. A short break will follow and thereafter the 2nd session will follow from 19h30 until about 21h15. During the 2nd session Dota Kehr (Germany) Livestream, Senza (Portugal) Livestream and Big Ben will deliver their performances. Limited tickets for the performance are available at FNCC.