Out of the box: concerts for kids, movie soundtracks, James Bond songs, (not so classical) French ballet, gala performances in the Royal Palace, as well as the great symphonic repertoire! Brussels Philharmonic is like a musical chameleon, combining the most diverse styles. Here you can find a selection of our concerts!
We work hard to bring to our audience excellent performances and a diverse repertoire. Have you ever wondered what happens backstage before the concert starts? Take a look at these videos!
Brussels Philharmonic is composed of talented musicians from all around the world. We work with brilliant conductors and cooperate with a range of innovative entrepreneurs. Check out these interviews to get to know us!
Brussels Philharmonic has successfully achieved a distinctive place on the international scene, with regular performances in the capitals of Europe. Travel along! Follow us on our blog: www.brusselsphilharmonicontour.blogspot.com
Michel Tabachnik is chief conductor of Brussels Philharmonic. His idiosyncratic yet at the same time accessible programmes, in which the great orchestral repertoire is combined with music from the 20th century, are reaching an ever bigger and wider audience. Meet him here!
Fashion shows, technological leaps, musical jokes, after concert gigs... Brussels Philharmonic from another point of view!
During season 2008/2009, Brussels Philharmonic dedicated a production to the revolutionary year of 1913. As global politics were starting to crack, the years 1900-1913 were marked by inventions such as stainless steel and the assembly line, which determined the following years. Prosperity breathed new energy also into cultural life: Anton Webern, Claude Debussy and Igor Stravinsky yielded pioneering work, tearing apart conventional musical traditions. Brussels Philharmonic's programme combines three extraordinary pieces into a vivid and energetic concert: Anton Webern's 'Fünf Stücke', Claude Debussy's 'Jeux' and Igor Stravinsky's 'Le sacre du printemps'.