In 'Hommage à Brel' Filip Jordens pays a superb tribute to the master of French chanson. With much love and respect for Brel's words and compositions, he offers the audience a taste of Brel's artistry on stage.
Mercury Rising pays tribute to one of the most famous pop groups in history. The vocalist William Neo really sings his heart out. None of the major hits are forgotten. He is joined by a classical-trained opera singer performing with a live band and a violin quartet.
The world's oldest jazz competition is now 40 years old, while its founder passed away 10 years ago. We are celebrating this musical legacy with a portrait of contemporary jazz, with new talent and with the first winners. Prepare to enjoy an exceptional programme.
Touring in a trio format, Steve Harley will be sharing the stage with the original Cockney Rebel band members Barry Wickens and James Lascelles. A mood-enhancing performance can be expected from the man Rod Stewart described as one of the best lyricists Britain has ever produced.
Patrick Riguelle and Jan Hautekiet pay tribute to the French chanson tradition. The culmination of five years of broadcasting on radio Klara. Sharing the stage with first-class musicians, they will offer the best and most unusual songs they have presented to their listeners.
The lute player and singer Paul Rans (former member of the Flemish folk group Rum) and his musical friends will be presenting a magnificent Christmas concert full of exquisitely beautiful old Christmas music, interspersed with great stories about the Christmas experience down the centuries.
Eleven musicians take the stage to pay tribute to Blue Blot, the group founded in 1987 by Luke Walter Jr., which earned international acclaim thanks to 'Where do we go'. Expect a great blunk performance, a dancing combination of blues and funk.
Kurt Bertels (sax) and Daphne Vandemeulebroucke (harp) are exploring new musical paths by injecting new life into compositions in unexpected ways. A programme filled with the round, warm tones of a saxophone and the soft, sparkling sounds of a harp.
Isolde Lasoen, known as Daan's drummer, performs with 'Les Bens' to present her own songs, covers of French 1960s pop music and English-language gems from the past and present. A repertoire with which she has built up a highly appreciated reputation over the past few years.
On December 8, 2020, John Lennon will be celebrating 40 years in 'rock-'n-roll heaven'. An ideal opportunity to pay a tribute to the man, with 'Give peace a chance', 'All you need is love', 'Revolution',… Hits from his Beatle years and solo career.