Concerts with Youth Orchestras from throughout the worldin the villages and 'bastides' of the 'Entre-Deux-Mers' regions.

Exchanges, debates, film screenings with those who are active in the associations and the music of this region.

A week of celebration and multicultural music...

To celebrate 30 years of its existence, the JOSEM is organizing a grand celebration: The Festival "Entre Deux Airs".

Following the succesfull festivals of 1998 and 2003, the JOSEM is now plaanng to bring together Youth Symphony Orchestras from around the world for a grand multicultural and intensely musical celebration throughout the Entre Deux Mers' area.

For 30 years, succeding generations of young musicians of the JOSEM have seen their music appreciated in an ever-widening circle.
Now that the JOSEM as arrived at an age where we use past experiences to build the future, we are planning to organise the 3rd edition of an event which in the past has always left a strong impression.

The goal is to bring together all those whose paths the JOSEM has crossed over the last 30 years and we would like to share this anniversary, those exchanges and this music with everyone in our region.

// Are you a Youth Orchestra who would like to take part in our project ?
// Would you like to welcome some artists in your home ?
// Would like to support our project ?

Orchestras ...

  • The Orchestra must be a Youth Orchestra with musicians between the ages of 13 and 30.
  • The travel costs to and from the festival and any journeys undertaken during the festival period (for tourists visits) are the responsability of each one orchestra.
  • On-site transport assistance is available for orchestras from outside Europe.
  • Accomodation and meals during the festival are provided by the organisers.
  • The number of non-musicians who accompany the orchestra is limited to 1 for 15 musician, but this may be negociable according to the average age of the orchestras.
  • The deadlines for the inscriptions to the festival is December 31st 2017.

President of the association : Joseph Rocher
Artistic Director : Eloi Tembremande
Project Manager : Marion Mourre