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Did you know that “bonanza” is Spanish for a rich ore deposit? And that is how we think of the Belgian art world: as a rich and endless deposit of culture, which we have been tapping into for years without seemingly exhausting the available talent. The second edition of Belgian Bonanza will focus on music, theatre and film. Join us for the BE Film Festival, which will once again pitch its tents in the Centre for Fine Arts from 26 until 30 December. The National Orchestra of Belgium, the Royal Flemish Philharmonic, the Brusssels Philharmonic and the Orchestre Philharmonique Royal de Liège will fill our concert hall with symphonic sound while I Solisti del Vento and the Brussels Jazz Orchestra, two renowned wind ensembles, will try their hand at each other’s repertoire. And naturally there’s also theatre, a lot of “Theatre at lunch” (Theater op de Middag): well-known artists and newcomers will perform some of the most recent productions on Belgian stages.

For just €89, you can give someone a present of a Belgian Bonanza Pass that will allow them to (re)discover Belgium's orchestras over 9 concerts (from 5 January to 13 February 2014).
And as a bonus, the pass can be exchanged for a free ticket to the Michaël Borremans: As Sweet As It Gets exhibition (22 February > 3 August 2014).

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