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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 30/11/2012

A Song a Day: Grégoire Tirtiaux et Mâalem Hassan L’Gadiri

Laya Sudah Lafo

Grégoire and Maâlem met in Morocco 8 years from now, before they took part in the same of the same group ( Trancemission), (...)

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Video from 29/11/2012

A Song a Day: Marinette Bonnert

Pas de Tez/Air de Wandenbrile

It’s been years that Marinette chose to be, not only musician, but also to teach the music. A double cap which Marinette (...)

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Video from 28/11/2012

A Song a Day: Ferhat Dogan

Havalanma Telli Turnam

It is among his family that this young artist who is originally from Turkey, discovered his taste for the Turkish (...)

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Video from 27/11/2012

A Song a Day: Geneviève Dartevelle

Jumping Monkey

Her shyness, Geniève dartevelle, transcends it each time she holds a harmonica in her hands. Thanks to her instrument, (...)

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Video from 26/11/2012

A Song a Day: José pinto et Ana Luisa

Guitarra Velha

It is because they both choose to specialize in an instrument which is as rare as it is valuable that José Pinto and Ana (...)

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Video from 23/11/2012

A Song a Day: Anu Junnonen

Armahan Kulku

Anu (Finland) was only six years old when she got intrigued by music and started to sing. Her passion led her to the (...)

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Video from 22/11/2012

A Song a Day: Ludovic Jeanmart


Ludovic Jeanmart started to get interested in the saxophone at the age of eleven. Throughout the years it became clear (...)

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Video from 21/11/2012

A Song a Day: Neepa Acharya & Fredrik Hildebrand

Adagio, Sonate VI

Neepa was only five years old when she started to play the violin. As being the daughter of a Classical Indian singer it (...)

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Video from 20/11/2012

A Song a Day: Olivier Poumay (harmonica) & Vincent Romain (guitar)

Bruce’s Jig / Publique’s Reel

What we see her are the first steps of collaboration between Olivier Poumay and Vincent Romain as a duo. Being mainly (...)

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Video from 19/11/2012

A Song a Day: Minata Traoré

Hasard de la vie

Minato Traoré moved from Burkina Faso to Belgium at the age of 18. This experience is also reflected in her music of this (...)

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Video from 16/11/2012

A Song a Day: Jonathan De Neck


Jonathan started to play the diatonic accordion at the age of 8. Next to completing his studies in composition he (...)

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Video from 15/11/2012

A Song a Day: Farida

Les jours de l’alhambra

Born in Algeria and raised in Belgium, Farida has always been confronted with contrasts that she tries to reconciliate (...)

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Video from 14/11/2012

A Song a Day: Green Moon

The lady

They are between 15 and 20 years, but already the group Green Moon has a remarkable musical maturity. Armed with three (...)

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Video from 13/11/2012

A song a Day: Renato Martins

Samprala De Bao

The wellknown percussionist Renato Martins (Brasil) showed his first musical abilities at the age of four! Throughout (...)

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Video from 12/11/2012

A Song a Day: El Toto Café


No need to content yourself with only "music and fresh water" anymore. With El Toto café, vary the pleasures, since they (...)

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Video from 09/11/2012

A Song a Day: Houssem Ben El Khadir & Mina Kanto


In this video, we find on one side the majestic ney player, Houssem Ben El Khadir, a member of Med Orchestra and on the (...)

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Video from 08/11/2012

A Song a Day: Afel Bocoum

Uma Eya

His first steps in music, the countries he went to, Afel Bocoum kept only vague memories of all of the things he (...)

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Video from 07/11/2012

A Song a Day: Grégoire Tirtiaux


Grégoire Tertiaux is one of those musicians who are always involved in many different artistic projects but who never (...)

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Video from 06/11/2012

A Song a Day: Sima Fazeli

Bedardi Balma Tujhko

As surprising as it may sounds Sima never pursued singing lessons. However this did not prevent her from exercising her (...)

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Video from 05/11/2012

A Song a Day: Jo Zanders


Jo Zanders got his music education by travelling and learning from the locals. He has been specializing himself in all (...)

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Video from 04/12/2012

A Song a Day: Marlène Dorcéna


Originally from Haïti, Marlène Dorcéna has proven herself to be a busy bee: theatre, music or humanitarian projects; she (...)

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Video from 03/11/2012

A Song a Day: Idir Aït & Olivier Crespel


Idirad is a multicultural Berber band founded by singer-songwriter Idir Aït Dahmane. Idir was raised in a musical family (...)

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Queimada: Trio 14 (BE), Bargainatt (FR), A Contrabanda

Folk ball

This folk ball will revolve around the sounds of the fiddle. With Bargainatt we are delighted to bring one of the finest young dance groups from France to our country and the equally young (...)

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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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