I’m at a festival on the west coast of Denmark, in an industrial port that started out as a handful of farms in the 16th century and ended up having the longest dock in Europe, 12km long, by the late 19th. On my way to rehearsals, music fills the squares of the town. It’s a lively, noisy place. Full story.
Thomas Guthrie (The Guardian) / November 15, 2021