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10 years Muziekpublique

Video from 13/03/2012

A Song a day

A world tour in music and images

From March 19, every working day, a video of a musician will be posted on our website and partner sites. To do this, (...)

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Video from 30/04/2012

A Song a Day: Samba Django (guitar and vocals)

Teddungal (improvisation)

Singer, guitarist and composer, Samba is an old acquaintance of Muziekpublique. He sings in Fula but his musical (...)

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Video from 27/04/2012

A Song a Day: Aurel Budisteanu (accordion)

Gipsy Dance – Geampara

Aurel learned to play the chromatic accordion at the age of 13 years at home in Bucharest. After practising for two (...)

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Video from 26/04/2012

A Song a Day: Rey Cabrera (guitar and vocals)

El bohio de Rey Cabrera

There are lots of reasons for Muziekpublique and Rey Cabrera to celebrate a tenth birthday together: not only did Rey (...)

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Video from 25/04/2012

A Song a Day: Anana Haroun (guitar and vocals)


In ’Ténéré’ Anana sings about the desert, referring to the homeland of the Touareg in the southern Sahara, which includes (...)

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Video from 24/04/2012

A Song a Day: Luc Pilartz (fiddle) and Arnaud Degimbe (bagpipes)

Les frères amoureux-Visa-Foliada

Luc and Arnaud have been playing together for years and have even brought out a CD that well describes their (...)

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Video from 23/04/2012

A Song a Day: Tanar Catalpinar (saz and vocals)


Tanar Çatalpinar is a modern troubadour who derives his inspiration from the traditional music of the most remote corners (...)

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Video from 20/04/2012

A Song a Day: Dimos Vougioukas (accordion)


The young acordionist Dimos Vougioukas specializes in the music of his homeland, Greece, and the Balkans. He is (...)

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Video from 19/04/2012

A Song a Day: Malick Pathé Sow (hoddu and vocals)


Malick Pathé Sow comes from an ancient family of griots, the Laawbe. Very early on he was initiated into the music of the (...)

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Video from 18/04/2012

A Song a Day: Gjovalin Nonaj (lahuta and vocals)

Kange per nen Terezen

The Albanian musician Gjovalin Nonaj is a solid asset to the Brussels musical universe. Among others, he plays with (...)

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Video from 17/04/2012

A Song a Day: Princesse Mansia M’Bila (balafon and vocals)

Nkia Zizi

Princesse and her balafon tackle love in a humorous manner in ‘Nkia Zizi’. Princesse sings about long-awaited love and the (...)

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Video from 16/04/2012

A Song a Day: Barakoni Trio (polyphonic singing)

Imeruli Supruli

Georgians are especially proud of their rich tradition of singing, and with good reason! Anyone hearing their (...)

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Belem & The MeKanics

New creation by Didier Laloy & Walter Hus

Didier Laloy is back with his newest creation and a new album: Belem & The MeKanics. He reinvents the world of Belem (his famed duo with cellist Kathy Adam) in collaboration with the creative (...)

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Maria Mazzotta & Redi Hasa (Italy/Albania) The World Music Chain #2: Asad Qizilbash (Pakistan) & surprise guest

CD-release ‘Novilunio’

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 (...)

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Hamilton De Holanda (Brazil)

Chora Bruxelas Festival

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 (...)

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