PTOLEMEA, a Luxembourg-based alternative rock band has announced it will perform its show “Music of Spheres” from 20:00 to 23:00 on Sunday 13 April at ArcA Bertrange.

Priscila Da Costa, singer and founder of PTOLEMEA, was inspired by the theory in which the astronomer Claudius Ptolemeus measured the distance of the planets in our universe with musical intervals. This approach is called the “Music of the Spheres Theory” and it coincided with PTOLEMEA’s vision of writing about humanity’s constant search for balance.

On 13 April at ArcA Bertrange, PTOLEMEA aims to bring the four elements – Earth, Fire, Water, and Air – to the stage in a “ritual for the soul” amplified by exclusive projections and a customised light show. This immersive live experience presents their latest album “Balanced Darkness” and sets out to explore the interconnectedness of nature and consciousness.

Tickets cost €20 and can be ordered via the website:,64299/ptolemea.html, Kulturpass accepted.


Venue: ArcA Bertrange (17 Rue Atert, 8051 Bertrange)

Organiser: PTOLEMEA

Price: €20

Reservations: See above