DIVUS LONDON: Divus at Unearthing the Music in Lisbon
Divus at Unearthing the Music in Lisbon

Divus at Unearthing the Music in Lisbon

15.02.2018 15:00 - 16.02.2018

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Goethe-Institut Portugal, Campo dos Martires da Pátria 37, 1169-016 Lisabon

Come to see us and our latest books at  UMCSEET Unearthing the Music  festival in Goethe-Institut Portugal, Campo dos Martires da Pátria 37, 1169-016 Lisabon.

UMCSEET (Creative Sound and Experimentation uder European Totalitarianism) is also dedicated to Imprisoned poet, art historian, band manager of The Plastic People of the Universe. Martin Jirous.

Find more about the book here

Book launch and concert in Horse Hospital

Boks by Divus online

More about the festival: https://www.facebook.com/UMCSEET/





15.02.2018 15:00 - 16.02.2018

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