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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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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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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, Georgian polyphonic singing is characterised by such diversity and richness that (...)

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Mauravann (Mauritius)

Sega dancing and music

Mauravann are from Mauritius, the island in the Indian Ocean whose geographical location brought it inhabitants from around the world. African, Arab, European, Chinese, Indian – all races, (...)

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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 students who took ‘music academy’ courses in the traditional ‘End of Season’ (...)

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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 (...)

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The CD Refugees for Refugees has arrived !

Info on the album and on the project

After several months of work, reflection, meetings, exchanges and intense musical moments, the CD Refugees for Refugees ’Amerli’ is finally there! The 25 musicians participating in the project and (...)

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In addition to the weekly newsletter and bi-monthly brochure Muziekpublique has a facebook page to keep our loyal followers informed of the goings-on in the Belgian world music scene. ’Like’ our (...)

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