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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Brussels, Belgium

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December 2018
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BrusselsLa Veuve joyeuse

Lehár: Die lustige Witwe (The Merry Widow)
Brussels Philharmonic; Hervé Niquet; Flemish Radio Choir; François Pirette

BrusselsHappy 2019!

Barcellini, Auric, Dukas, Ibert, Korngold, Strauss II
Brussels Philharmonic; Hervé Niquet

BrusselsStrauss - Bernstein

Strauss R., Yoshimatsu, Bernstein
Brussels Philharmonic; Stéphane Denève; Jean-Yves Thibaudet

BrusselsFlagey Piano Days

Herrmann, Mozart, Mendelssohn
Brussels Philharmonic; Tadaaki Otaka; Rafał Blechacz

BrusselsEric Whitacre: Deep Field

Whitacre, Newman, Copland
Brussels Philharmonic; Eric Whitacre; Flemish Radio Choir; Kalliope; Koriolis

BrusselsBruch, Roussel, Ravel

Connesson, Bruch, Roussel, Ravel
Brussels Philharmonic; Stéphane Denève; Nikolaj Szeps-Znaider
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A manifesto against war: Dubugnon première impresses in Brussels

Alain Altinoglu © Marco Borggreve
Some 15 minutes long, in a slow-fast-slow form, Le Tombeau de Napoléon wraps a taxing solo part for tenor trombone in a dramatically compelling and sonically thrilling orchestral canvas.
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Devastating and dark Pathétique from Gergiev and the Mariinsky

Valery Gergiev © Alexander Shapunov
Deeply moving and often terrifyingly dark, Gergiev and the Mariinsky took us on a devastating ride towards the abyss which eventually left me grabbing for a rope.
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Fiery Prokofiev but lacklustre Britten in Brussels

Norwegian violinist Vilde Frang © Marco Borggreve
Fiery Prokofiev but lacklustre Britten with the National Orchestra of Belgium.
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Superb Dvořák 7 from Blomstedt and Vienna Phil

Herbert Blomstedt © Martin UK Lengemann
Blomstedt, in splendid form at 91, also paid tribute to his largely forgotten compatriot Franz Berwald, who died 150 years ago.
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Leipzig Gewandhaus dazzles but fail to move in Brussels

Andris Nelsons © Marco Borggreve
The Allegro assai fared best of all with feverishly energetic strings and an astonishingly violent fugato development.
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We're pretty fucking far from okay

© Luc Depreitere Official
Lisbeth Gruwez and Nicolas vladyslav zoom in on what fear does to the body. An intense performance that goes further than just a demonstration of tight muscles and stress.
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