This concert took place in the concert hall without a live audience: you can (re)watch the livestream until 5 February.

🎟️🎫 Tickets (€5) available.


Will there ever be a time when we are no longer enchanted by the music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart? Not very likely … The ‘God-given wonder’ (according to his father, Leopold) wrote, in the barely 35 years of his life, an astonishing catalogue of more than 600 compositions – each and every one of them melodic masterpieces.

Browsing through this catalogue to put together a programme devoted to the wunderkind is therefore no punishment, but does present the dilemma of choice... Conductor Kazushi Ono, an old hand in the opera world, has put together a refreshing selection.


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La Clemenza di Tito was Mozart’s last opera: an urgent commission that he completed in barely two months, a political statement filled with human emotions that sparkles from the very first note.

Additional emotions come to the fore in Exsultate, jubilate: Mozart was not yet 17 when he wrote this jubilant motet with the features of an aria written for the castrato Venanzio Rauzzini. “The sound of a genius at the peak of his powers”, wrote a reviewer.

That peak would last throughout his life, as the genius worked faster than anyone had ever one: four days were enough, for example, for him to write the beautiful Symphony No. 36.


W. A. Mozart
La Clemenza di Tito: Overture, KV 621 (1791)
Exsultate, jubilate, KV 165 (1773)
Symphony No. 36 in C major, KV 425, "Linzer-Sinfonie" (1783)

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programme booklet

Want to learn more about this concert's programme? Download the programme notes and booklet.

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Soloist Ilse Eerens didn't always plan on becoming a classically trained singer. Get to know her a little bit better by reading this interesting interview! (only in dutch)

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The Brussels Philharmonic musicians on stage for tonight's concert.

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This concert will take place in the concert hall without a live audience: you can watch the concert via the livestream.

🎟️🎫 Buy your tickets (€5) here!
Livestream available untill 5 February.