Speakers and delegates from around the world come every year to WOMEX to share experiences, connect and network.
Get to know some of the projects and programmes present at WOMEX through a collection of interviews.
We caught up with Lucia Kagramanyan, director of Panorama Yerevan – The Rock Edition. Lucia is a Vienna-based artist of Armenian origin, a radio host, DJ, and music researcher/ ethnomusicologist.
We caught up with Telmo Soares, director of 'Are We Punks Or Not?' and the main director of Casota Collective that he co-founded in 2016.
We caught up with director Lucia Kašová who has traveled the globe and her short films won several awards at various festivals in Europe.
We caught up with Luis Rojas, co-founder of CRACK, director and motion graphics artist with more than ten years of experience in the film industry, and Natalia Castrillón, protagonist of
This life and the other.
We caught up with director Sara Nacer a Canadian Algerian emerging filmmaker based in Montreal. Recognised in Montreal for her contribution to the promotion of cultural diversity, she has produced several major events and projects.
We caught up with director Parviz Rostami, who narrates the philosophy of seven musical maqams of the oldest wind instrument (shamshal) in the lives of the people of Zagros.
We caught up with the organizer of Dhaka International FolkFest, Art manager Asifuzzaman Khan, to talk about Mro Song And Dance, a beautiful documentary capturing authentic music cultures on the backdrop of globalization.
We caught up with filmmaker Anisa Sabiri, who worked as a tour guide in the Pamir mountains while building a profile as an award-winning author, PEN congress speaker, cultural activist and photographer.
We caught up with some of our WOMEX Delegates. Let’s hear what they have to say about WOMEX.
We caught up with film director Pedro Coquenão aka Batida, who creates and interacts with music, dance, visual, plastic and radio arts to chat about his work and his hometown - Lisbon, the city that will host WOMEX 22.
WOMEX caught up with Philip Küppers, director of the Goethe-Institut Senegal and a strong partner for the WOMEX Academy which offers advanced training and facilitate access to international markets for young music professionals.
WOMEX caught up with Tricia "Zj Sparks" Spence, a Jamaican DJ, producer and writer as well as CEO of Twelve 9 Records & Yaaas Goodie Apparel. We talked about latest developments in Jamaica's music scene and some hints for promising upcoming artist within.Watch now
WOMEX caught up with Fairouz Nishanova, director of the Aga Khan Music Programme and Music Award, who gives us an inside look of how the Aga Khan Programmes work and what goals and purpose they serve.
Are you curios to know how Nyege Nyege came together, and what it takes to be playing at Nyege Nyege Festival in Uganda? We speak with Derek Debru, co-director for Nyege Nyege Tapes, Nyege Nyege Festival and Hakuna Kulala to discuss how it all started. Watch this short interview to find out.Watch now