Club 27 is a club you do not want to be part of. The club dates back to the 1970s. At that time, Jimi Hendrix Janis Joplin died at the age of 27. Clara Cleymans has just turned 27. Clara Cleymans gets together with Jo Mahieu to sing personal interpretations of songs by these performers.
Waltzes, polka and minuets by Schubert, Strauss and Lanner: dance music from Vienna! The Ensor string quarter has discovered some original scores. During this unique concert the quartet will be performing the music together with Anne Cambier as singer.
8 February is the day when soul music will reign supreme in the Zandloper community centre. Come along and hear three ladies with fabulous soul voices and a funky live band. Their set list leads you through the history of Motown music: The Supremes, Martha Reeves and the Vandellas, Stevie Wonder...
Two Flemish entertainers sing classic numbers by Bécaud and Brel, France Gall and Céline Dion, Piaf and Aznavour, Johnny Halliday, Claude François, Yves Montand, Nicole Croisille, Louis Mariano and Adamo. Over 100 years of musical experience in pure French chanson.
The Koruso choir arose from the theatre performance 'Gelukkig zijn'. During the performance a group of people, all of different ages, set off in search of happiness, along with the audience. Each in his/her own way. To the sound of well-known songs in Dutch.
Never change a winning team. Philippe Raskin and the Lijsterbes community centre: a perfect combination. Raskin is therefore returning to our stage once more. He has a lot of fans that come back time and time again to hear his concerts.
Everyone can sing along. The lyrics are projected. The performance features some surprising translations, while the Bonski's also sing some of their own compositions.
It will be a fabulous show – in the true Bonski tradition – and pure entertainment in Dutch.
Peter Hens and Bart Van Caenegem together form De Frivole Framboos. Their combination of cello, piano and vocals is very successful. In ‘Wachten op Do Groot’ the two virtuoso performers take us on a musical journey to enjoy a musical ‘big bang’.
In 2016 we said farewell to a great jazz musician. A musician who was a simple Brussels-born kid from the Marolles. Toots Thielemans always loved jazz. He played the accordion and guitar but his main instrument was the harmonica. You can hear him playing it in the world famous ‘Bluesette’.