‘100 YEARS LIGUE BRAILLE – SCALA SINGS ‘GIRLS’ NAMES’’

4 Mar.'21
- 20:00

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To celebrate its 100th anniversary, the Brailleliga / Ligue Braille is organising an extraordinary concert. The all-female choir Scala presents its new show ‘Girls' Names’.

100 years ago, two blind ladies had an ambitious plan. Elisa Michiels and Lambertine Bonjean wanted to support blind and partially sighted people in Belgium: the Brailleliga / Ligue Braille was born.

Ever since that day, the non-profit organization has progressively expanded. Today, it accompanies more than 15,000 blind and visually impaired people to train, work, play and live independently.

To celebrate together 100 years of listening, advice and services, the Brailleliga / Ligue Braille is launching an exceptional concert by Scala. The all-female choir will share its magnificent repertoire of songs dedicated to ‘Girls' Names’ for a memorable evening of music.

The entire proceeds of this concert will go to the Brailleliga / Ligue Braille. Thus, the beautiful ideas of Elisa and Lambertine will continue to echo for the next 100 years.

Practical information

Location

Henry Le Boeuf Hall

Rue Ravenstein 23 1000 BRUSSELS

Production

  • Ligue Braille