If it's good, there is no more to be said? Well, there may be… We believe that the programmes BOZAR offers are of the highest quality - whether concerts, exhibitions, literary evenings, or any of our multidisciplinary activities, which often involve cross-fertilisation between different arts. We take our role as a cultural intermediary very seriously, so we always try to offer you something extra every time we present a concert, in our role as a builder of bridges between you and the musicians and between experts and artists.

So we are keen to do our bit to get the conversation going. We do that by organising introductions, encounters, interviews, discussions, and talks and by providing programme booklets, online content, and many other fascinating, interactive openings and channels. The goal is to convey something that is of real value to you. In addition, we run special projects for our youngest listeners, such as Big Bang or our arts days for children. Tine Van Goethem, Coordinator of BOZAR STUDIOS, explains: "Openness is a key concept for us. Everyone is welcome at the Centre for Fine Arts: young and old, experienced and inexperienced, whether they already know a lot or not. Here you will find an attractive and intriguing approach to 'lifelong learning'."