As the the capital of Belgium and also the administrative centre of the European Union, Brussels is often given the title 'Capital of Europe'. Brussels enjoys a unique character by the coexistence of French and Flemish culture, and it is currently also home to nationalities from around the world, adding a great cosmopolitan flair. The vibrant atmosphere of Brussels is further enhanced by picturesque medieval streets, lively squares, beautiful boulevards, impressive monuments, spacious parks, cosy cafés, an active cultural life and many classical concerts. Classical Concerts in Brussels offer a chance to experience top artists in performance. Purchase your Brussels Concert tickets securely on-line before departing and receive them via email as an e-Ticket with no shipping charges or delays. At Classictic we make it simple and convenient to enjoy culture the world over.
Hear works by Victoria, Taverner, Josquin Desprez, and Pärt in the beautiful Palais des Beaux-Arts.
A jubilant and mournful mixture of sacred music and jazz standards from the young British vocal ensemble.
Michael Nyman conducts his own ensemble to accompany two films by the Soviet film director Dziga Vertov.
A special program including Bruch's first violin concerto.
René Jacobs presents his version of Mozart's "Die Entführung aus dem Serail."
A special performance of works by Nielsen, Schubert and Sørensen by the acclaimed Danish String Quartet.
Janacek's majestic "Glagolitic Mass" is the highlight on a concert conducted by Christian Arming.
Christine Schäfer performs intimate works by Schubert, Debussy and George Crumb.
Lionel Meunier conducts his group of young singers in works by Pedro Rimonte, Peeter Cornet, John Bull, Peter Philips and Géry de Ghersem.
Andrey Boreyko conducts the Orchestre National de Belgique in Mahler's Fifth Symphony.
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