‘Opening Night: Anouar Brahem Quartet’

17 Sept.'22
- 19:30

Anouar Brahem is one of the greatest contemporary virtuosos of the oud. In his 11 albums released by ECM Records, the Tunisian musician is working to bring the age-old Arab musical tradition back into play by combining it with the worlds of jazz, western classical music and other ancestral Eastern cultures. Today, building on years of valuable collaborations, he is engaging his Quartet, created in 2009 for the recording of The Astounding Eyes of Rita, in the adventure of a new project. For the first time, Brahem Quartet revisits its own domains through a repertoire that combines some of the group's usual compositions with pieces from older albums, such as Conte de l'Incroyable Amour (1991), Madar (1992), Thimar (1998) and Astrakan Café (2000). 



  • 18h30 : Glass Museum presents “Reflection” with Yannick Jacquet (Terarken)
  • 19h30 : Anouar Brahem Quartet (Henry Le Boeuf)
  • 21h30 :​​​​​​​
    • Janne Mark with Arve Henriksen (Studio)
    • Eydis Evensen performing with String Quartet (M)
    • Glass Museum presents “Reflection” with Yannick Jacquet (Terarken)
  • ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​23h00 : Echo Collective – The See Within (Henry Le Boeuf)
Anouar Brahem
Klaus Gesing
bass clarinet , soprano saxophone
Björn Meyer
Khaled Yassine
bendir , darbouka

Classical music

Electronic Music



Global Music

17 Sept.'22
- 18:00

Opening Night

Practical information


Henry Le Boeuf Hall

Rue Ravenstein 23 1000 BRUSSELS

Sound level

Level 2 ≤ 95 db

This concert is part of the Opening Night with one festival ticket for all the concerts​​​​​​​



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