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The days follow one another and look alike...a little too much? Need inspiration for your outings in Brussels? Every week, agenda.brussels offers you a selection of cultural nuggets and must-sees (exhibitions, online concerts, virtual tours and other discoveries...) to spice up your everyday life. Whether you are rather conventional or a lover of the unusual, whether for this evening or this weekend, with your family, in a group or as a lover...follow the guide!
festival: FLAGEY PIANO DAYS 2021
Once again, the Flagey Piano Days explore the confines of classical music and bring together piano virtuosos and young talents in a skilful mixture of genres. Inspired by the 200th anniversary of the birth of Gustave Flaubert, the festival chooses dreams as its main theme and features improvisations and compositions that stimulate the imagination. Among the five guest pianists are the young Alexandre Kantorow, nicknamed the "French piano tsar", and the Australian-Belgian pianist Anthony Romaniuk, who will present his latest solo album with classical, rock and electronic music.
27 February at 19:00 / recordings of the concerts can be watched until 1 March at midnight.Find out more on agenda.brussels
podcast: BRUSSELS PODCAST FESTIVAL:
For one whole week, everyone can enjoy Belgian podcasts, thanks to the Brussels Podcast Festival. This second edition, with its live recordings, listening sessions, workshops and sound experiences, aims to be diverse, inclusive, committed, participatory and reflective despite the distance imposed by the pandemic. Audio walks, debates on the future of podcasting, gender and discrimination issues, inspiring book clubs or masterclasses dedicated to audiovisual professionals, the BPF explores many paths and voices to delight podcast lovers!
25 and 28 FebruaryFind out more on agenda.brussels
exhibition: MEET THE MASTERS
What would happen if the talents of Peter Paul Rubens, Jan Van Eyck and Pieter Bruegel were in the same room? Meet the Masters brings together the unbridled imagination of the three Flemish masters through a timeless immersive journey. 360° projections, mapping and sound and light effects take you to the heart of the works of these iconic painters, as well as their respective lives and workshops. A captivating and unique Renaissance experience.
Until 21 AprilFind out more on agenda.brussels
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