‘Singing Brussels Marolles’

19 June'22
- 13:00

Let's Zing Ensemble

In the context of the Fête de la musique

Are you ready to welcome the summer in a melodious way? Singing Brussels is finally back after a two-year slumber! Join us on Sunday 19 June for Singing Brussels Marolles, a magnificent urban cantata in celebration of the Fête de la Musique. A number of choirs from Flanders, Wallonia, and Brussels will perform their own repertoire between 1pm and 2:30pm through the Marolles. We will close the event at the Palais de Justice around 3pm with a concert featuring Laïla Amezian, Olivier Thomas, the various choirs and festive brass bands under the direction of Laurent Blondiau.  


 You can sing too! 
 
Everyone is welcome to join in. Perform on your own, with your friends, or with your band. In the coming weeks, you can prepare the grand final concert with Laïla and Oliver. Experience the beauty of their unique sound and learn the songs during the rehearsals at the Centre for Fine Arts. Online tutorials are also available if you want to continue practising at home.  
 
 
Practical information: Rehearsals at Bozar  

  • 8 May: 14:00 – 16:00 
  • 15 May: 14:00 – 16:00 
  • 5 June: 14:00 – 16:00 
  • 12 June: 15:00 – 17:00 (General rehearsal) 

Register for these rehearsals here:  https://forms.gle/ajWCAX9UHvPvpzs78 


Singing Brussels Marolles is a project by: Bozar, MetX, CC Bruegel and many more partners.

Practical information

Location

Les Marolles

1000 Bruxelles

Map

Singing Brussels Marolles  - 19 June 2022 
13:00 - 14:30 choirs going through the Marolles 
15:00 – 16:00 final concert at the Palais de Justice – (on the side of Rue des Minimes) 

 
Featuring: Laïla Amezian & Les Fatmas De Belgica, Olivier Thomas & N’Korâl, Laurent Blondiau & Bakanaï, La fanfare détournée, Couleur Vocale, Zamâan, Alameezo, Anaconda, Kubica, Les Choeurs du Petit-Ry, International Chorale of Brussels, Sing & Smile, Tapalanote, Rolls Voice, Chorale Rissala, Salve, Malarazza, Brussels Brecht-Eislerkoor, Intersongs, les Mignonnettes of Quartier Brueghel-Marolles and much more!