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Friday 06/05, 20:00, Molière

Du Bartas (F): cd-presentation Cinc

Occitan vocals and groove

Du Bartas is made up of five voices, an accordion, a bass drum, a tambourine and an oriental violin that all come to (...)

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Tuesday 10/05, 20:00, Molière

Baraji (South-Korea)

Shamanistic music

Baraji is a pure Korean word that describes compassionate care given with unconditional support. In Korean traditional (...)

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© Dieter Telemans
Friday 13/05, 20:00, Molière

Refugees for Refugees

CD launch

Some twenty virtuoso refugees from Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Tibet have come together to make their voices (...)

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Wednesday 18/05, 20:00, Molière

Trovadotres

Presentation of CD Mundo Perdido

Trovadotres was born of composer-guitarist Louis Henry’s passion for flamenco. Initially, briefly, conceived for a trio (...)

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Friday 20/05, 12:30, Molière

Necati Çelik (Turkey)

Broodje Brussel

Necati Çelik was born in Konya in 1955. He began playing bağlama at the age of seven. In the 1970s he started playing oud. (...)

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Friday 27/05, 20:00, Molière

Dhrupad Night (India)

Ustad Sayeeduddin, Aneesduddin & Nafeesduddin Dagar, Bert Cornelis & Udhav Shinde

Dhrupad is the purest and most ancient form of Indian classical music. The concept is that of an inner journey guided by (...)

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Saturday 28/05, 20:00, Molière

Kolchika (Georgia)

Thousand-year old polyphonic songs and dances

Polyphony lies at the heart of traditional Georgian music. Indeed, throughout the various regions of the country, (...)

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Friday 10/06, 20:00, Molière

Mauravann (Mauritius)

Sega dancing and music

Mauravann are from Mauritius, the island in the Indian Ocean whose geographical location brought it inhabitants from (...)

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© Jules Toulet
Saturday 11/06, 19:00, Molière

End of Season

End-of-course festival

Once again we have come to the end of the academic year and once again Muziekpublique is showcasing the hard work of the (...)

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Du Bartas (F): cd-presentation Cinc

Occitan vocals and groove

Du Bartas is made up of five voices, an accordion, a bass drum, a tambourine and an oriental violin that all come to life at the prospect of a party. Their previous concerts at the Molière were a (...)

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Living Room Music Festival 2016

Scheut district Anderlecht (close to metro stations Jacques Brel and Aumale)

This year, the 14th edition, of the Living Room Music Festival will move into the Scheut district of Anderlecht (1070 Brussels). Muziekpublique has linked up with 10 inhabitants of this area and (...)

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Baraji (South-Korea)

Shamanistic music

Baraji is a pure Korean word that describes compassionate care given with unconditional support. In Korean traditional music, baraji refers to the impromptu harmony singing by accompanists that (...)

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Refugees for Refugees

CD launch

Some twenty virtuoso refugees from Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Tibet have come together to make their voices heard, thanks to support from Muziekpublique. Some of the artists were (...)

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Trovadotres

Presentation of CD Mundo Perdido

Trovadotres was born of composer-guitarist Louis Henry’s passion for flamenco. Initially, briefly, conceived for a trio (hence the ‘tres’), the album Mundo Perdido was ultimately recorded by a (...)

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Dhrupad Night (India)

Ustad Sayeeduddin, Aneesduddin & Nafeesduddin Dagar, Bert Cornelis & Udhav Shinde

Dhrupad is the purest and most ancient form of Indian classical music. The concept is that of an inner journey guided by a purified level of spirituality thanks to the refinement of the art of (...)

>> More