What are the best kalimba music festivals and events not to be missed?

The kalimba is one of the most melodious and relaxing instruments we have. It is both highly versatile, capable of being used in many genres of music, and unique, with a sound that is truly mesmerizing. If you're a fan of the kalimba or want to become an experienced musician, attending music festivals and events specializing in this instrument can be a great way to immerse yourself in its world.

Kalimba festivals and events can be found all over the world. Whether you live in Africa, South America or Europe, there are plenty of opportunities to attend concerts and listen to talented kalimba artists. Whether you want to learn how to play fast and refine your musical techniques, listen to new compositions, get blown away by the relaxing beats of a live recording, or revel in the warm melodies of an unreleased instrumental, there are festivals to suit you.

Some of the biggest and best kalimba events not to be missed are:

  • China Kalimba Festival China Kalimba Festival: Held annually in Beijing, the China Kalimba Festival is one of the world's largest kalimba festivals. Hundreds of artists perform under the name "Hands and Sounds". Fans from all over the world are invited to come and enjoy the best in kalimba music.
  • African kalimba festival The annual festival is held every year at the University of Lomé in Togo, and offers hours of entertainment and music. Hundreds of kalimbas from every culture on the African continent perform on stage every year, against a backdrop of popular music, traditional instruments such as drum n'goni and a sensational electronic mix.
  • European Kalimba Festival Located in Paris, the European Kalimba Festival sees many talented musicians take to the stage. The artists are mainly from Eastern Europe, but there are also performers from all over the world. The festival is also held in Berlin, Rome and London.
  • Kalimba World Summit : Each year, exceptional kalimba artists from around the world gather for a full week in Indianapolis. Guests are invited to play tunes, answer questions and discuss musical techniques, with plenty of opportunity to experiment with new compositions and share their melodies.

So, if you're a fan of the kalimba, festivals and events related to this instrument are the perfect place to catch all the nuances it has to offer. Whether you want to learn more about playing or simply spend an evening surrounded by talented performers, you're sure to find something to your liking. Taking part in these events can be a great way to hone your musical skills and soak up the magic of the kalimba.