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July 2019

Happy Birthday, James


Scottish composer James MacMillan is turning 60! Cause for a celebration: experience MacMillan's Larghetto for orchestra live in the concert hall during Mahler 5, for only half the price! Feeling more like vocal music? The Vlaams Radiokoor brings together MacMillan's Miserere and Seven Angels with the composer himself conducting at a unique location: the Basilica of Koekelberg!

Live stream Will Tura & Brussels Philharmonic


Tonight's sold out concert with Will Tura is streamed live by Ancienne Belgique and BRUZZ

Music Talks: Speakers


Sometimes there is more to tell. Much more. About a work, a time or place, a composer, a book that served as inspiration. In the music talk, we bring in a specialist who can provide more context and background. Meet the speakers of season 19-20

June 2019

conductor rumon gamba to replace ben gernon


Due to illness, Ben Gernon has withdrawn from his performance at the Festival Musiq’3 closing concert on Sunday, June 30. He will be replaced by Rumon Gamba, who earlier this month made his debut with Brussels Philharmonic.

New season Symfomania!


Symfomania! is back! Parents and children can experience no less than 10 extraordinary concert nights in season 19-20



June 18th is International Sushi Day and that is why we offer our fans a delicous treat: order your tickets for Paradise Lost, with music by Japanese composers Toru Takemitsu and Takashi Yoshimatsu, and Japanese artists Jun Märkl and Akiko Suwanai, with a 50% reduction!

Welcome to season 19-20


Stéphane Denève: "I hope that our epic season 19/20 will allow our beloved music to reveal its most glorious power: to be the shortest way from one heart to another."

Programme notes


Are you coming to Frédéric Devreese: Portrait on Wednesday June 5? Prepare for your concert night and read the programme notes

May 2019

Programme laureates' concerts announced!


Brussels Philharmonic plays with Stella Chen (First Prize), Timothy Chooi (Second Prize) and Stephen Kim (Third Prize) under the baton of Stéphane Denève. On the programme: Beethoven, Bruch en Brahms

Hollywood Nightmares


The scariest symphonic scores from iconic horror films such as Dracula, Bride of Frankenstein and Psycho live at Film Fest Gent 2019

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