A city full of music
The Belgian National Orchestra, la Monnaie and Bozar step outside their walls and join forces to bring music to the streets of Brussels.
The fifth edition of United Music Of Brussels presents a musical adventure that brings artists together across different atmospheres and in close contact with the public. And all for free! This year, the festival consists of three days of musical walks. Let yourself be carried through a different district each day to the rhythm of well-known and beloved melodies.
Appointments on 24, 25 and 26 November in the galleries on the Sablon, Bozar and the Queen's Gallery, but also in many other places.
Programme Friday 25 November
Marathon of conservatory pianists
Young conservatory pianists give their best at this four-hour marathon of mini-concerts in the rotunda of the Ravenstein Gallery. In collaboration with the Royal Conservatory of Brussels.
Belgian National Orchestra & "Ombres Célestes" by Jean-Luc Fafchamps
Alongside film music and Richard Strauss' well-known symphonic poem Also sprach Zarathustra, this concert will feature the world creation of the First Symphony "Ombres Célestes" by Brussels pianist and composer Jean-Luc Fafchamps. Find out more here! (Reservations required.)
Concertino MM Soloists & Laureates
Hear the new batch of MM Academy Laureates and Soloists at work in this afternoon concert accompanied by Ouri Bronchti at the piano. (Reservations required.)
Zinnetango takes you on a musical trip through the nightlife of Buenos Aires, from classic 'Guardia Vieja' from the 1920s to works by Astor Piazzolla and Luis Alberto Spinetta. With Rodrigo Beraldi (violin), Pablo Matías Becerra (piano), Kaspar Uljas (bandoneon) and Felipe Devincenzi (double bass).