Pas de deux

KAAP concludes the festival in grand style. As well as old and new, classical and contemporary, what is known and new creations go hand in hand, so does KAAP put its money on the power of 'two'. A duo is the pure essence of a musical encounter.

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Music Fund, Collection Campaign

A music festival with its heart in the right place - that, too, is what B Major! is all about. So Concertgebouw Brugge transforms itself into a musical bazaar for old instruments that are given new life, in new hands and distant countries. 

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Sam Amidon meets Het Kamerorkest Brugge

B Major! also stands for ‘cross-fertilization’, and that is what the Cactus Muziekcentrum and Het Kamerorkest Brugge have understood perfectly well. 

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Are We Here? - ft. Moonlight Matters

Het Entrepot - creatieve vrijhaven in Brugge - slaat de handen in elkaar met medialab Villa Bota voor een nieuwe editie van Are We Here?.

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Refugees for Refugees

Bruges Cultural Centre erases boundaries and plays the world music card during B Major! Musicians with roots from around the world lend a hand. On Friday, 3 March 2017, the entire team of Refugees for Refugees will be on stage in the Stadsschouwburg.

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Gershwin's greatest hits

Anima Eterna Brugge is engaged in spring cleaning: starting from authentic settings, instruments and performance techniques, Anima sweeps away the dust and varnish from symphonic masterpieces so that they can appear magically in their pristine form.

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Sound/Image

The Concertgebouw Brugge lsends forth sounds and images along a richly imaginative concert itinerary. Image and music dart among each other like foals: energetic, pure, simple, unbounded. 

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Bolero

True to the red campaign colour of B Major!, the Flanders Symphony Orchestra opts resolutely for a particularly fiery programme. Despite its firm foundations in the Bruges city centre, the orchestra transports its audiences to Spain, via Argentina to Mexico and back, without leaving any ecological footprint. 

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