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The masterpiece that changed music history forever has lost none of its power.
Beethoven’s First Piano Concerto still shows the influence of Haydn, who with his Schöpfungsmesseleft us a scintillating and exuberant Mass.
Benjamin Britten's monumental War Requiem, with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra and conductor Mariss Jansons.
The beautful Requiem by Fauré is part of the DNA of the Vlaams Radio Koor & Hervé Niquet.
Composers and music about World War I, as a balm for the wounded soul and chapters of a book.
Epic tales and fascination with the final journey as source of inspiration.
Epic tales and fascination with the final journey as a source of inspiration. With music from Howells, Lang and Ola Gjeilo.
Haydn and his view of The Creaton.
Joie de vivre and the delight of dance in an iron-strong blockbuster operetta, with the comic talent of François Pirette as both director and actor.
A true masterpiece by Berlioz: extraordinary, mind-blowing even, full of carefully chosen archaisms.
Fabulous music that has produced countless great classics, with gospel specialist Ken Burton.
A glimpse at the childhood of the universe: the images from the Hubble Space Telescope translated into an intense musical experience
Gounods beautiful Messe Vocale and works from Bach, Mozart and Palestrina
The one responsible for the rediscovery of Bach himself in the spotlight.
‘The Planets – An HD Odyssey’ takes the audience along on an astonishing journey – both musical and visual.
Masterpiece of Bach, filled with love, moving, exciting and full of opera-like drama.
Don't miss this opportunity to hear your favourite work in this Vocal Tour!
The Flemish holiday is showing Brussels in a different (musical) light