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Brussels Philharmonic
Brussels Philharmonic
The Brussels Philharmonic, Belgium’s oldest orchestra, was founded in 1935 and has collaborated with composers such as Bartók, Stravinsky, Messiaen and Francesconi.  The orchestra’s historic home port is the Flagey building, in acoustic terms one of the top concert halls in the world, and with a long history of avant-garde recordings, world premières and artistic collaborations.

In recent years, the Brussels Philharmonic has also achieved a distinctive place on the international scene, with regular appearances in the great European capitals of music (Amsterdam, Paris, London, Berlin, Vienna, Salzburg) under the baton of chief-conductor Michel Tabachnik.

Brussels Philharmonic has also proven to be a pioneer with initiatives such as mind-blowing aftershows, an own label (producing reference recordings loved by the international critics), a spin-off for film music (recently rewarded with an Oscar for best film music for ‘the Artist’), a project to introduce digital scores, a popular platform for downloading free symphonic ringtones, and the creation of a very successful foundation for the purchase of string instruments which instantly attracted a wide range of enthusiastic investors.

If you are looking forward to our upcoming adventures as much as we do, support our ensemble and vote for us in Bachtrack’s poll to find the World’s Favourite Orchestra!