Learn more about around 50 classes that you can choose from each year. We are currently updating the website for the next school year: 2017-18. Contact us email@example.com if you want more information about our courses. Practical info.
The Saz is the generic word for lutes, from the smallest “cura” to the biggest “divan” passing through the baglama, these (...)
Piet Maris leads the New Accordion Harmony, both for beginners and advanced chromatic accordion (...)
This ensemble offers the opportunity to learn airs from the folk dance repertoire: scottisch, mazurka, bourrée, reel, (...)
We will study this vase shaped percussion instrument following a musical repertoire from the Maghreb, Middle-East and (...)
With a repertoire of Greek Rebetiko music, you will learn to play the bouzouki, the famous long neck lute that has (...)
The ensemble’s name says it all. In this ensemble you will learn all about the rich repertoire of choro and samba, (...)
West African guitar is identical to our European guitar apart from the technique and the repertory. We work on (...)
Singing course in groupe, based on the traditional Italian repertoire, with Morena Brindisi.
Chrromatic accordion classes, focussed on harmony, rhythms and accompaniment.
The course Osvaldo Hernandez has chosen the pandeiro, one of the wide range of Brazilian percussion instruments, to form (...)
When the Italian singer Maria Mazzotta and the Albanian Redi Hasa came to Muziekpublique to present their first album, the almost perfect dialogue between voice and cello made a lasting (...)>> More
As part of the ‘Chora Bruxelas Festival’, a choro festival which will take place in Brussels from the 8th to the 10th December, we are proud to welcome the great mandolin-player Hamilton De (...)>> More
Muziekpublique is very pleased to welcome back the Canzoniere Grecanico Salentino collective with its mad compulsion to spread the word about the joys of the tarentella and the pizzica all over (...)>> More
This double CD launch performance combines Turkish harmonies with Greek harmonies. Its common thread is specialist Tcha Limberger, who lends his subtle and delicate violin melodies to both (...)>> More
It was in the cards that Didier Laloy, Bruno Letron’s student at 13 years of age, would one day perform with his former master. With both Tref (accompanied by Wim Claeys) and the Samurai (five of (...)>> More