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Halaqat: Lessons for the Future

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Halaqat: Lessons for the Future

Lessons for the Future to establish the path by which improved cultural relations between Europe and the Arab world can be achieved.

Silent film with symphonic power
Metropolis film still

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Silent film with symphonic power

The epic journey of Fritz Lang’s Metropolis. A journey through time from 1927 to the present day.

- By Lotte Poté

A unique piano
Piano Maene-Vinoly

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A unique piano

On 11 November, the Maene-Viñoly Concert Grand piano will be presented to the Belgian public for the first time, by Kirill Gerstein.

Sainte-Colombe, the Extraterrestrial
Lucile Boulanger

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Sainte-Colombe, the Extraterrestrial

On 6 November, Philippe Pierlot hands over the direction of the Ricercar Consort to Lucile Boulanger for a concert around Monsieur de Sainte-Colombe.

- By Luc Vermeulen

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What's the story, Laurie?

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What's the story, Laurie?

Composer, visual artist, film-maker, writer, performance artist.... Laurie Anderson refuses to be pinned down to one particular art form.

- By Lotte Poté & Maarten Sterckx

Who is Chantal Akerman?
A black and white headshot of Chantal Akerman, who has one hand in her neck and stares straight into the camera, half-smiling.

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Who is Chantal Akerman?

She was one of the most fearless filmmakers of her generation. Now a whole series of events in Brussels pushes her back into the limelight.

A Belgian in Paris

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A Belgian in Paris

Although he was born in Belgium, more specifically in Liège, César Franck is annoyingly unknown to many today.

- By Maarten Sterckx

The temptation of the worst

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The temptation of the worst

Ian Kershaw at Bozar. An exceptional meeting with one of the greatest historians of our time.

The freshness of Belgian Jazz

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The freshness of Belgian Jazz

This season's Belgian vintage is characterised by an authentic, uncomplicated approach, and by music bursting with atmospheres and textures.

- By Luc Vermeulen

Warming up for a scintillating opening weekend

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Warming up for a scintillating opening weekend

We will give you five reasons why you should head down to Horta's Palace on 17 and 18 September for our Opening Weekend.

- By Maarten Sterckx

Dvořák & Janáček: two icons of Czech music

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Dvořák & Janáček: two icons of Czech music

Tsjechië is momenteel voorzitter van de Raad van de Europese Unie en Bozar brengt daarom enkele grote Tsjechische componisten voor het voetlicht.

- By Maarten Sterckx

7 clichés about classical music concerts
Franz Liszt at a concert in Berlin, 1842

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7 clichés about classical music concerts

You have never been to a classical music concert? To help you get an inkling of this fascinating world, we will tackle some common misconceptions.

- By Luc Vermeulen

6 eclectic playlists especially for you
Headphones in the exhibition

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6 eclectic playlists especially for you

Discover 6 playlists based on this season’s concerts, that should help you by delving into in a particular atmosphere.

- By Luc Vermeulen