The Concertgebouw in Bruges is an international music and performing arts centre, devoted to the development and presentation of art at an international level. It focuses on music and contemporary dance. With its Sound Factory (interactive space for sound art) and its collection of visual art, the Concertgebouw provides enduring opportunities for the (active) experiencing of contemporary art. The emphasis on creativity and imagination takes its programme beyond the mere presentation of art. Underpinned by its extensive art, educational activities for children and adolescents and adults, the Concertgebouw offers intense artistic experiences, in optimal circumstances, to a wide and diverse audience, both in Flanders and beyond.
In addition to its own artistic programme, the Concertgebouw makes its accommodation available to others for events of all types. This includes the Concert Hall (1289 seats), the Chamber Music Hall (maximum 320 seats) and the various reception rooms with their panoramic view of the historical city centre. In fact, the whole building can be used for congresses, colloquia, product launches, receptions, stage presentations and much more. The Concertgebouw offers you support in the organisation of your event as well.
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electronical music, jazz, classical music, pop, rock,
Flat Earth Society, Patti Smith & Band, Courtois / Erdmann / Fincker, Atomic, Andy Sheppards Trio Libero, Elina Duni Quartet,
car, bus, bicycle, taxi, on foot, train,
Club Belge is an online venue guide where you can find a wide range of Belgian concert halls, clubs, cultural centers and youth centers. While guiding you through the Belgian music scene, Club Belge wants to break down the imaginary barrier between the Flemish, Walloon and Brussels music circuit. The website offers practical information about these venues and literally puts them on the map.
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