Photo: Samuel Schlagintweit

Photo: Samuel Schlagintweit



is a young festival that aims to bring improvised music closer to the public while experimenting in the field of free improvisation in other artistic disciplines. 

The global project of the MMI FESTIVAL is designed to take place in different cities and countries of the European continent in order to connect improvising artists and their audience. 

Given the nature and the concept of improvisation, musicians do not require previous rehearsals and are usually able to improvise with others. Artists of other genres will also be invited to the festival to interact with the musicians. The festival is understood as a bridge between cultures and nationalities in Europe. 

Music and art have this advantage of bringing human beings closer to each other. 



The MMI FESTIVAL was designed as part of an intercultural bridge for artists and improvised art lovers between Germany and Spain. The design of this event guarantees a strong interdisciplinary exchange at an intercultural and social level between Munich and Barcelona and therefore between Germany and Spain. 

The project is now planned to also take place in different cities and countries all over the European continent to connect artists among each other and with the audiences.

In a metaphorical context, the MMI FESTIVAL is not only designed to strengthen the collective by listening to the individual but also to strengthen the solidarity between people of diverse demographic and cultural origins by bringing musicians from various countries together. We believe that it is important to approach different groups of people in Europe in a creative, inspiring way and through the exchange of art on an intercultural level.

The MMI FESTIVAL offers the participants the opportunity to listen, see, approach and relate to each other.