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Venue: Palais des Beaux-Arts (BOZAR), Brussels

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AddressRue Ravensteinstraat 23
B1000 Brussels
ContainsExpo 1
Hall M
Henri Le Bœuf Concert Hall
Horta Hall
Suzanne Bertouille Rotunda
Google maps50° 50' 39.259" N 4° 21' 36.130" E
February 2023
Evening performance
Matinee performance
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BrusselsLondon Symphony Orchestra & Barbara Hannigan

London Symphony Orchestra
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London Symphony Orchestra; Barbara Hannigan

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BrusselsElgar, Schumann

Elgar, Schumann
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BrusselsPoska conducts Brahms

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BrusselsNikolai Lugansky, Piano

Nikolai Lugansky, Piano

BrusselsRachmaninov festival - Complete Piano concertos

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BrusselsRachmaninov All-Night Vigil - Latvian Radio Choir

Rachmaninov, Vasks, Ešenvalds
Sigvards Kļava; Latvian Radio Choir

BrusselsRachmaninov festival - Complete Piano concertos

Belgian National Orchestra; Cristian Măcelaru; Behzod Abduraimov; Denis Kozhukhin
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Russian delights with Lugansky and Kochanovsky in Brussels

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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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