SoundSpring experimental Music Festival will be held in Batumi annually
Impressions from SoundSpring experimental Music Festival
25-27 April Batumi hosted SoundSpring Experimental Music Festival. Such format scale event was held for the first time in seaside city of Batumi, Adjara. This festival unified musicologists, musicians, music lovers and just holiday-makers, offered them a very interesting programme during three days length events. Lecture classes, workshops and performances alternated each other in the Art Gallery 41/41 that is situated in Miracle Park near the seaside boulevard.
The experimental music festival was organized by a Key Dialogue Worker Levan Khujadze (Adjara group) and the organization “Micro-phoni” within the CAUCULT Project and was notably supported by Batumi City Hall. Authorities from Batumi City Hall assured the interested audience and music lovers, that such kind of experimental music festival will take place in Batumi annually. Levan Khujadze says, that “SoundSpring committed to display and develop contemporary experimental art in the region”. The participants of the festival were outstanding artists and new faces: Gogi Dzodzuashvili, Rezo Ghlonti, Tusia Beridze, Nika Machaidze Nikakoi, Gacha, Tete, Giorgi Samsonia, Zhorzhika, Irakli Abramishvili, Kuji Davituliani. They offered a new vision of music accompanied with video collage
The festival was widely covered by local and national media. Stormy, rainy weather did not affected on the number of audience and about 200 people visited the festival daily.