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- Sat, 27 MayQueens BrusselsHana Shahnavaz is a British-Iranian painter known for her vibrant paintings. Her work celebrates ancestral knowledge of healing in unison with the earth, told through stories inspired by Persian mythology, folklore, and traditional literature. Literary punctuations by Vafa Mehraeen.
- Sat, 24 JunQueens BrusselsQueens Brussels welcomes the end-of-year exhibition of Master's students in ceramics of LA CAMBRE. Ceramics is a discipline with its own history, which manifests itself in a very broad contemporary framework.
- Sat, 03 JunQueens BrusselsA conference by Ignace Schops, an environmentalist and a biodiversity expert. Followed by a dinner with our guest speaker.
- Sat, 03 JunQueens BrusselsA conference by Ignace Schops, an environmentalist and a biodiversity expert. Art holds up a mirror to us. It is up to us to learn and show beauty and humanity. Because we cannot destroy what keeps us alive and because the individual only can survive with the generosity of the collective.
- Sat, 13 MayQueens BrusselsStefan Bracaval and Pierre Anckaert are back with new compositions! Since 'Woodworks', their music has matured and deepened. In their latest work, the improvisations celebrate the elusive moment. This fleeting instant was captured on their new album 'Ephémère', out now.
- Sat, 22 AprQueens BrusselsTRIO VERTIGE is a new ensemble consisting of Hugo Fernandes (cello), Ariel Rodriguez (piano) and Falk Grieffenhagen (sax/clarinet). In their project, Vertical Garden, they aim to discover the infinite harmonies of music, balancing between controlled improvisation and instant creation.
- Sat, 04 MarQueens BrusselsMovie night at Queens Brussels! Meet the queens of early cinema. Contrary to popular belief, women were more numerous and powerful during the silent film era than any other time in American film history. Amandine Nkeshimana will accompany the silent movies live on the grand piano.
- Sun, 11 DecQueens BrusselsMurmures / Rumeurs, a project in which the compositions themselves participate in this mirror game to which a double formation is dedicated. The music of "Murmures/Rumeurs" requires attentive, even repeated, listening to understand all its subtleties, but it makes you feel both peaceful and happy.
- Sat, 26 NovQueens BrusselsBelgian landscape photographer, Bastiaan van Aarle, explores the boundaries of photography, the medium-specific properties and how they relate to the perception of reality. He is especially interested in the transformative qualities of light.
- Sat, 12 NovQueens BrusselsBluesy Mary is a project at the crossroads of the classical and jazz worlds, with the particularity of using songs from the classical repertoire as a starting point.
- Sat, 05 NovQueens BrusselsDe ontdekking van het graf van Toetankamon: Toet-mania alom. Een lezing door professor Eugène Warmenbol (ULB)
- Sat, 05 NovQueens BrusselsL’imaginaire de l’Égypte antique dans les arts visuels (1922-2022). Une conférence par Dr. Tiphaine A. Besnard.
- Sat, 22 OctQueens BrusselsSébastien Forthomme shows samples of his ongoing series of work exploring different themes and methods.
- Thu, 13 OctQueens BrusselsRêve d’Égypte – a musical dream for a dream space! With the befitting backdrop of Emile Bockstael’s house, Belgian pianist and art historian Thérèse Malengreau proposes a recital retracing the history of Orientalism in music and art through the unique phenomenon of Egyptomania.
- Thu, 13 OctBruxellesARTONOV invites you to an exceptional musical encounter with Thomas Bloch, one of the very few professional glassharmonists in the world. A unique opportunity to hear the crystalline sounds of this unusual and little-known instrument.
- Sat, 17 SeptQueens BrusselsThe ARTONOV Festival invites you to discover the work of choreographer Bintou Dembélé, who brings decolonialism into the world of dance. Her film s/t/r/a/t/e/s will be playing non-stop in an room at Queens Brussels, the former home of Émile Bockstael, mayor of Laeken and a close friend of Leopold II
- Sat, 18 JunQueens BrusselsKoi Collective, with Emmy Wils (piano) and Maarten Vergauwen (sax), will perform a recital. On the program there will be music by T. Yoshimatsu, T. Mulleman, F. Say and J.-L. Fafchamps. Enjoy!
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