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Mudam Grooves | Live concert and DJ at the Museum




Etienne Lopa & Mæhila – Live at Mudam Café
Polish-Italian poet and independent singer-songwriter Etienne Lopa grew up in Luxembourg fully embracing his multicultural heritage, it being at the root of his artistic versatility and pouring its contradictions into his work. Also cited alongside his main influences is Paris, which he has regularly flirted with in the last years and now counts as his home base. In early 2022, he released More Than Less, a mixed media poetry book that captures a dreamy summer road trip to the Mediterranean with a writing style that’s raw and romantic. Since then, Etienne Lopa has also had a genre-defying long album in the works, set to be released this summer. The debut album contrasts varied sonic influences like organic jazz and nostalgic soul with punk electronica and alternative grunge and rock – a sound that he’s already started unveiling at the beginning of this year.

Twenty-one-year-old Mæhila is based in Luxembourg and Amsterdam. Recently graduated from a Performing Arts University in Brighton, music and dance have always been an essential part of her life. She is now focusing on her music career and is ready to share her ambitions with the world. R&B and pop culture mostly influence her style, but her goal is to become a versatile artist and explore all types of music genres.

Both artists will be performing a set of original songs and covers.
On the brink of his album release, Etienne Lopa will also share a selection of unreleased songs to celebrate the record in the intimacy and open sky of the Mudam Café. An evening not to miss, with two young artists to watch...

Followed by a
DJ-Set by Etienne Boustany
Boustany had a taste of dancing and acting before following his ultimate passion: mixing music. Starting young as a teenager in bars, he then made his way up to some of Beirut's most memorable venues and parties in his early twenties. He now chooses to continue his musical journey in Europe, keeping it laidback and groovy.

A portrait of a woman lying on the floor above a portrait of a young person with long hair standing in his apartment.
Mæhila & Etienne Lopa