Registrations for VOCAL WORKSHOPS 2020

Rocklab, in collaboration with INECC Luxembourg (Institut Européen de Chant Choral Luxembourg), is bringing back its series of distinct vocal workshops, adapted to different skill sets in 2020.


The first workshop series, Vocal Basics, starts on January 14 and takes place every Tuesday from 19h30 to 21h30 for 10 sessions at Rocklab. This workshop will help you to greatly enhance your vocal skills and explore the world of your vocal capacities, whether you are beginner, intermediate or advanced.

Translation traineeships at the European Commission

The European Commission organises twice a year in-service training periods lasting five months for university graduates from the EU who wish to gain in-house professional translation experience. Trainees receive a grant of EUR 1,220.78 per month and reimbursement of travel expenses To submit your application, you must: Complete and submit on-line the application form. Send...

The International Radio Playwriting Competition 2020

The competition, organised by the British Council and the BBC World Service, is open for anyone over the age of 18, resident outside of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Channel Islands or Isle of Man (“UK”), who wants to write a 53 minutes radio play on any subject of their choice...

Darwin Day: Darwin’s Other Birds (12/2/2020)


Charles Darwin was born on this day, 211 years ago. Therefore we will look at 12.30 pm for traces of Darwin’s ideas in our temporary exhibition « Crazy Birds ». Charles Darwin’s ideas about evolution were influenced as much by pigeons and other birds as by the exotic finches of the Galápagos.

This special guided tour in Luxembourgish language will be followed by a birthday cake in our cafeteria. Guided tour in Luxembourgish by Patrick Michaely & Claude Heidt.


Jurassic Sea Monsters Days in Luxembourg (25-26/1/2020)

Simolestes keileni fut un des plus grands pliosaures qui aient nagé dans les océans du Jurassique. Une mâchoire inférieure presque complète et une partie du squelette postcrânien furent trouvés dans les années ’80 à Montois-la-Montagne en Lorraine et légués par les découvreurs au Musée national d’histoire naturelle. Décrit en 1994 comme holotype de l’espèce par l’expert belge Pascal Godefroit, le fossile constitue un véritable trésor national. Il fit ainsi exposé une première fois au ‘natur musée’ lors de l’exposition « Unexpected Treasures » en 2018.