In collaboration with ‘den Atelier’, the Ministry of Culture is reviving a legendary venue for the European heritage days: the Villa Louvigny. The three shows on 29 September mark the return to a truly precious venue steeped in history.

Originally built as a 17th century fort, the Villa Louvigny in Luxembourg City is now one of the most important hubs on the world map of media houses: the studios have been used for live broadcast, audio and video recordings as well as for interviews. Jimi Hendrix was interviewed live in 1967.

The performing artists reflect a variety of genres, including German composer, pianist and record producer Martin Kohlstedt, chamber music ensemble Lucilin, and young Luxembourgish rapper Maz.

The entrance for all three shows will be free, reservations have to be made in advance on the 'den Atelier' page (tickets are free but you must 'buy' a ticket in order to enter the venue).


10 am: doors
11 am: Lucilin performance

1 pm: doors
2 pm: Maz performance

7.30 pm: doors
8.30 pm: Martin Kohlstedt performance