Cultural life in the Grand Duchy is marked by the country's openness to the world, the number of its top-quality cultural infrastructures, its exceptional natural settings, its multilingualism in every field and its festivals and traditions. The result is an amazing diversity of production in literature, art, architecture and music.
Live opera, dance and theatre productions, some as part of the Luxembourg Festival and the Wiltz Festival, evenings of classical music at the Luxembourg Philharmonie and at the Echternach International Festival, rock, pop and indie concerts at the Rockhal and at various open-air festivals, contemporary art at the MUDAM, to name but a few: all year round, the Grand Duchy offers a varied range of major cultural events in a number of up-to-date cultural infrastructures.
In addition, alongside Luxembourgish artists, leading companies from Europe and further afield offer audiences a varied, top-quality repertoire worthy of the major European capital cities, mainly in their original language.
And at the cinema, film fans are able to appreciate films that are always shown in their original language.
Over the years, the Luxembourg scene has both gained from many foreign cultural influences and retained its originality. The Grand Duchy's cultural offer reflects its multicultural society and the enthusiasm of its residents for quality cultural events.