A unique formula for (grand)parents and (grand)children (+ 8 years) to experience a concert evening together!
The masterpiece that changed music history forever has lost none of its power
The UFA Film Nights are featuring an absolute classic, with a new score by one of the great masters of film music: Carl Davis
Belgian Première of the iconic blockbuster! The perfect film to see (again) with a live orchestra
Beethoven’s First Piano Concerto still shows the influence of Haydn, who with his Schöpfungsmesse left us a scintillating and exuberant Mass
Carter Burwell is the guest of honour during the 18th edition of the World Soundtrack Awards: his music has never before been performed live
Film Fest Gent goes into space with symphonic film music
The Brussels Philharmonic musicians in a more intimate setting: with the intense and colourful music of Dmitri Shostakovich, Pēteris Vasks and Arnold Nevolovitsch
Exclusive photo expo during the opening month at Flagey, all auction proceeds go to UNHCR
Strauss’ Also sprach Zarathustra has become a part of our collective memory. As a counterweight, Victor Julien-Laferrière will be performing Schumann’s Cello Concerto
Klara and the Concertgebouw bathe everyone and everything in joyful classical music
Ars Musica Opening Concert with music by Zorn and Zappa
Composers and music about World War I, as a balm for the wounded soul and chapters of a book
Short short short long: Beethoven’s genius, summed up in 4 simple notes. Followed by the pure class of Leonidas Kavakos in Brahms’ Violin Concerto
Come and eat spaghetti with us for Toekomstatelierdelavenir!
Tomorrow’s stars on stage during the annual Music Chapel Festival in Flagey
Joie de vivre and the delight of dance in an iron-strong blockbuster operetta
Sturdy rhythms, upbeat melodies and a good dose of French humour will make for an effervescent start to the new year!
The Jazz Meets Symphonic series will be enriched by 'the hottest pianist in jazz'
Klara will be taking over deSingel for a full day, Brussels Philharmonic will be wrapping up the day with virtuoso Alexander Toradze & Shostakovich’s 2nd Piano Concerto
The tragedy of World War II – summed up in Richard Strauss’s catchy Metamorphosen, and translated in a highly personal way by Bernstein in The Age of Anxiety
Flagey given over to the piano! The Brussels Philharmonic introduces the rising star Rafał Blechacz with Mozart’s 23rde Piano Concerto
A new youth symphonic orchestra premieres on the stage at Flagey (Brussels) and in the Concertgebouw Brugge (Bruges) with the support of virtuoso Lorenzo Gatto
A glimpse at the childhood of the universe: the images from the Hubble Space Telescope translated into an intense musical experience
The Romantic top ten: Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet and Beethoven’s Violin Concerto by Nikolaj Szeps-Znaider
All-time favourites with both soloists and orchestras: Max Bruch’s Violin Concerto and the mesmerizing La Valse by Ravel
The Denève-Brussels Philharmonic formula for success is heading to North America for a tour and a debut at Carnegie Hall, New York
The Denève-Brussels Philharmonic formula for success is heading to the United States for a tour and a debut at Carnegie Hall, New York
The Brussels Philharmonic makes its debut in the legendary Carnegie Hall under the baton of Stéphane Denève
More than 40 musicians from the Brussels Philharmonic perform several live compositions created by artificial intelligence and inspired by great classical composers
‘The Planets – An HD Odyssey’ takes the audience along on an astonishing journey – both musical and visual
A whole evening devoted to the musical genius of Sergei Rachmaninov
Who will dare take up the challenge of studying a work for one full year so as to be ready in April to perform on the stage of De Bijloke with the Brussels Philharmonic?
Tragic love, epic rhetoric and an all-consuming passion
Poetry and music seek to encompass time and encounter each other in the music of Rachmaninov, Dutilleux and Debussy. Scriabin adds his own dimension
Portrait of Frédéric Devreese, the father of Belgian film music
While singing, the young musicians of BOENK! Brussels Young Philharmonic and the children's choir of ReMuA/ShAkE meet some famous love figures from the great symphonic repertoire
Stories of dinosaurs becoming extinct, baby sumo invaders, inspectors on bikes and funny dragons, sung by 300 children from Molenbeek and Elsene/Ixelles
The Queen Elisabeth Competition is the annual high point of the concert season for many music lovers
Rosas, Ictus and Brussels Philharmonic bring together the early works of Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker
The classical music festival with the highest rock ‘n roll content
In Memoriam André Van Driessche (1936-2014)
Vlaanderen Feest, Brussel Danst: Will Tura, the 'emperor of the Flemish song', live on stage at the Ancienne Belgique for a unique performance with Brussels Philharmonic
Lunch and visit to the historical Flagey building and an exclusive concert moment with double bassist Wies de Boevé in the magnificent Studio 4? An ideal way to pass your lunch break!
Stéphane Denève, music director of Brussels Philharmonic, conducts Youth Orchestra Flanders in their second project starring soloist Camille Thomas
Mahler's Fifth: groundbreaking, grand and fearless
Experience the multi-Academy Award® winning 1984 motion picture Amadeus on a vast HD screen, while Mozart’s most celebrated works are performed live in-sync by a full orchestra and choir.
A spotlight on Danny Elfman's talent for symphonic material in the Philharmonie de Paris
Belgian harpist Anneleen Lenaerts plays the best of Nino Rota's magical world during the Gent Festival van Vlaanderen
Honouring 70 years of SOS Children's Villages with a unique concert at BOZAR
The first 'true' science fiction film with a brand new soundtrack during the UFA Film Nights
A psychological struggle between the woman and the man, past and present, hope and despair
Richard Strauss' own artistic life and Fazil Say's Cello Concerto played by Camille Thomas
Discover the capital as you’ve never seen it before with the Muntpunt city tours
The best symphonic scores from iconic horror films such as Dracula, Bride of Frankenstein and Psycho brought back to life
Ggenre innovator Marco Beltrami is the central guest at the WSA 2019
Intense music from the far North with pianist Víkingur Ólafsson and conductor Anu Tali
Warm glow from the High North: closing concert of a true feast of classical music
From a romantic idyll, to feelings of sorrow and homesickness, ending with the death of an artist
The ultimate symphonic work with one of today's most influential interpreters of Shostakovich’s music: Michail Jurowski
Two highlights from the rich oeuvre of Dvořák with Queen Elisabeth Competition winner Victor Julien-Laferrière and young Czech conductor Jiří Rožeň
What happens in the ‘engine room’ of a new symphonic work? [’tactus] offers young composers the opportunity to develop their skill together with orchestras
Tribute to Eugène Ysaÿe
Boundless energy, ironic allusions, lovely ballads and grand heroism
Rivalry in the orchestra … the instruments can’t agree: which one is the most elegant, which can play loudest? During this interactive concert, the children become part of the musical adventure
Wave goodbye to 2019 and celebrate the new year with French razzle-dazzle and the great masters of the waltz
Ode to Joy: human solidarity and universal brotherhood in Beethoven's revolutionary Ninth
Klara will take over deSingel for the 9th time
Piknik concert: grab a bite at the historical Flagey building and listen to a concert by the woodwinds of Brussels Philharmonic
Flagey Piano Days 2020: the complete piano concertos of Beethoven
Mahler's dark and tragic Sixth is musical self-portrait in which he seems to predict the blows that life would have in store for him
Rhythmical, spontaneous, gripping and according to Wagner, the apotheosis of the dance
The concert of this evening, the opening concert of the Klarafestival 2020, will take place before an empty hall, but will be broadcasted live on Klara, Klara.be and the Klara app
One of the most exciting works of the nineteenth century repertoire and the legendary cello virtuoso Mischa Maisky
free concert by young harpists in Studio 1, Flagey
Brussels Philharmonic on tour to Germany with music director Stéphane Denève and cellist Mischa Maisky
Described by Stravinsky as 'not only Ravel’s best work, but one of the most beautiful products of all French music'
Een jaar na het succesvolle debuut in Carnegie Hall, maakt Brussels Philharmonic nu haar opwachting in de iconische Elbphilharmonie
Two masterworks by Tchaikovsky and Brahms, written in the same year
BOENK! celebrates Beethoven’s 250th birthday in 2020, and calls for more climate awareness
Twelve exceptional pianists on stage during the exhilarating finals of the Queen Elisabeth Competition 2020
Get on your bike and ride along working-class areas, villas and parks.
The magic of Charlie Chaplin continues!
A moving musical commentary on the last words of Christ.
Saying goodbye, like love, is part of life.
The most refreshing violin concerto ever!
Fighting spirit, sunlight and positivism in this musical tribute to Bach and Beethoven.
Visit the Berkendael district and Brugmann square.
20th anniversary - guests of honour are Alexandre Desplat and Gabriel Yared!
Iedereen Klassiek is cancelled.
This concert is cancelled.
Brahms renders homage to his illustrious predecessor: the 'giant' Beethoven.
Scintillating New Year’s concert with musical fireworks by Rossini, Offenbach and Strauss.
Festive concert with Brussels Philharmonic and the Vlaams Radiokoor - available on Podium 19 until 21 February.
Rewatch this concert until 30 January: Stravinsky & Prokofiev, inspired by Bach & Haydn, in 'Dumbarton Oaks' & 'The Classical'.
Rewatch this concert until 5 February: elegant flair and melodic masterpieces from the vast catalogue of Wolfgang Amadeus.
Marc Bouchkov stars in Mendelssohn's fiery Violin Concerto conducted by Nikolaj Szeps-Znaider - available on Podium 19 until 7 March.
Rewatch this concert until 20 February: a portrait of the sea by the master of the suggestion, Debussy.
Elegant flair and melodic masterpieces from the vast catalogue of Wolfgang Amadeus - available until 21 March on Podium 19.
Fighting spirit, sunlight and positivism in Schumann's Second conducted by Nikolaj Szeps-Znaider - available until 21 March on Podium 19.
Rewatch this concert until 4 March: Liebrecht Vanbeckevoort plays Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 4: "the most admirable, singular, artistic and complex Beethoven concerto ever".
Step into the unique universe of Morton Feldman - available until 21 March on Podium 19.
Rewatch this concert until 12 March: a monument of heavenly grandeur, a cathedral of emotions.
A portrait of the sea by the master of the suggestion, Debussy - available until 1 April on Podium 19.
British and American minimalism in four masterpieces from the 20th century,, with Steve Reich at the core.
Rewatch this concert until 27 March: the power of the southern sun and magical music: La création du monde & the 'Egyptian' concerto with Nicholas Angelich
Masterworks of minimalism in collaboration with Ictus - available until 24 April on Podium 19.
Saying goodbye, like love, is part of life - available until 24 April on Podium 19.
Rewatch this concert until 5 April: "a constant flickering of attention between what words mean and what they sound like." A constant rhythmical canvas by Steve Reich.
Brahms renders homage to his illustrious predecessor, the 'giant' Beethoven - available until 30 May on Podium 19.
A constant rhythmical canvas by Steve Reich - available until 30 May on Podium 19.
Rewatch this concert until 14 May: imposing choral sections, an unusual, black-velvet universe, an appealing musical kaleidoscope.
Rewatch until 30 May: we presss the pause button as we take time and distance out from our daily lives and allow the music of Pärt to do its healing work.
Rewatch until 27 May: the Jussen brothers play Poulenc's Concerto for Two Pianos.
Closing concert of the Queen Elisabeth Competition for piano, with the 1st, 2nd and 3rd laureates.
Laureates concert with the 2nd laureate of the Queen Elisabeth Competition for piano.
Laureates concert with the 1st laureate of the Queen Elisabeth Competition for piano.
Opening concert of Festival Musiq3 and festive 100th edition of Mozartfest Würzburg.
A final concert before the summer: a summer breeze, an enchanted garden, and music by Honegger, Swerts and Ravel. With Lorenzo Gatto and Stéphane Denève.
An innovative work, bursting with emotions and feelings: unfinished beauty that defies the teeth of time.
Memories, expectations and hoop inspire us with new life: a cri du coeur after a difficult period, full of determination to rise again.
Charlie Chaplin in his last silent movie, with all the usual ingredients.
Fourteen variations on an original theme: Edward Elgar turned it into one of the most famous works of the British repertoire.
"Dem Andenken eines Engels“: a gripping musical portrait of Manon, with a virusoso violin part for Veronika Eberle.
A musical adventure starring a dazzling firebird.
Exotic nature, fairy tales and birdsong from around the world: Igor Stravinsky en Olivier Messiaen at their best.
An unabashedly romantic masterpiece, with enormous power and exuberance.
Film Fest Ghent 2021 explores Greek cinema, which is brimming with drama and captivating music.
World Soundtrack Awards 2021 will honour Greek composer Eleni Karaindrou
Musical blockbuster and audience pleaser: the entire Grieg masterpiece live on stage.
Ars Musica opening concert: from San Francisco to Burkina Faso, with György Ligeti and his son Lukas.
Mat Collishaw & 'Sky Burial': a gripping film about our relationship to death with Fauré’s Requiem as its soundtrack.
'Pretty spooky stuff' according to Leonard Bernstein, this intensely personal work about a sensitive young artist.
Nicholas Angelich & Camille Saint-Saëns' 2nd piano concerto: a duo of virtuoso prodigy children.
Korea & Belgium: celebrating 120 years of friendship and diplomatic relations.
As turbulent as his life, the work shows Tchaikovsky alternating between heart-rending romanticism and subdued classicism.
Nikolai Lugansky & Brahms: “The Second Piano Concerto is Goethe, with that detached, almost divine view of human tragedy.”