Leuven seems like the perfect city: beautifully restored, contemporary architecture, full of knowledge and creativity. Or is it an escape room?
Polish cellist Resina and electronics-vocalist Annelies Monséré fill the former bacteriological institute with tranquil Sunday evening music.
Derek Gripper combines classic with 'griot' music. And Solo & Indré merge African and Baltic horizons into something magical.
Mrabtifi's first solo is no classical dance. Deeply rooted in the 'urban arts', he presents complex questions about his double identity.
Benjamin Verdonck takes you on a journey through the Schouwburg theatre along a selection of unacted or unfinished pieces from his workshop.
Frascati Chamber Orchestra plays the Belgian premiere of 'Passions', the new double concerto for two pianos by Piet Swerts.
Exploring the thin dividing line between modern and classic continues to be the purpose of Piano Day. From acoustic ambient to classic piano music.
The smooth, almost vocal sound of the cornetto in dialogue with a historical keyboard instrument.
'Modern Minimalist Music' from Glass, Richter and Pärt together with images of video artist Karen De Meyer. A treat for all your senses.