The Brussels Philharmonic will make its debut in the legendary Carnegie Hall on 16 March 2019 under the baton of Stéphane Denève. It is the first Belgian orchestra in 30 years to appear on that renowned stage.

After the successful Japan Tour in June 2017, Brussels Philharmonic will be heading to the United States next season. In March 2019, the orchestra will cross the Atlantic to play concerts in places such as West Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale. The closing concert of the USA Tour takes place at Carnegie Hall in New York. The Brussels Philharmonic will make its debut in the legendary concert hall on 16 March 2019 under the baton of Stéphane Denève. It is the first Belgian orchestra in 30 years to appear on that renowned stage.

“Few places are as legendary as Carnegie Hall. To play on that great stage in New York is the ultimate dream of every musician. The fact that this dream will now become a reality for the Brussels Philharmonic is a fine, and well deserved confirmation of the journey we have made to date: one that in recent years has been based on clear ambitions, with an explicit artistic plan, and was achieved thanks to the sustained commitment and hard work of our musicians, administrative staff and board of directors. For, as the equally legendary saying goes: How do you get to Carnegie Hall? Practise, practise, practise!”
- gunther broucke, general manager brussels philharmonic

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