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The not-for-profit foundation Muziekpublique keeps music and dance traditions alive and kicking in Brussels through an ambitious program of concerts, courses, and projects.

But since 2008, Muziekpublique is also a record label that supports and promotes professional artists living in Belgium. There’s a lot of talent gathered in Brussels. We help some of them to develop their career in Belgium and abroad, recording a CD, promoting their concerts. Besides that, Muziekpublique also stimulates non-professional artists to play together and form bands.

The CD’s on the Muziekpublique label:

Malick Pathé Sow: Bluesy Fula music from Senegalese hoddu master (2008)

Shahkilid: Iranian masters of improvisation (2009)

Blindnote: Some twenty instruments, from the sub-Saharan hoddu to the Anatolian saz, contribute to Blindnote’s unique meeting of sounds (2010)

Zongora: Belgian/Bulgarian Balkan Beats (2011)

NEW: Malick Pathé Sow & Bao Sissoko - ADUNA - out on 22/09/2012

You can buy our cd’s:

- in some record shops in Belgium, Holland, Germany and England

- At Muziekpublique on weekdays between 10-13h and 15-18h, or in the evening during our concerts

- The cd can be ordered in Belgium by bank transfer of 16,25 Euro on the bank account 433-1187021-57. Specify ’cd Malick’ and adress’.

- for bank transfers from Europe: 17,70 euro on: IBAN : BE 09 433-1187021-57 BIC : KREDBEBB

— for bank transfers from outside Europe: 18,15 euro on: IBAN : BE 09 433-1187021-57 BIC : KREDBEBB

Queimada: Cecilia (B), Havelange (B/F), A Contrabanda

Folk Ball

The Queimada, a major classic of Muziekpublique’s programme, restarts the season in storming Belgian style with Havelange, Cecilia and A Contrabanda. The pleasures of dancing and of meeting people (...)

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Patasola (Cumbia)

Concert CNCD 11.11.11.

It has become a tradition: the CNCD (National Centre for Development Cooperation) organises at Muziekpublique a festival of solidarity in the framework of “Opération 11-11-11” in support of the (...)

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Juan Carlos Caceres’ Tango Negro Trio

Homenaje: 50 años de carrera

Juan Carlos Caceres, "South America’s Paolo Conte" was born in Buenos Aires in 1936 and has lived in Paris since 1968. As he’s being on stage for 50 years now, it’s the right occasion to invite him (...)

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