18 I 19 Season

Programmes of study offered by the Conservatoire royal de Bruxelles rely on technical and stylistic skills. These programmes approach the artistic and cultural world understanding and the future role of students as cultural mediators. This work builds up on regular public presentations, with different audiences.
The Conservatory invite you ton a eminently approachable season as shown by the belgian creation "I was looking at the ceiling and I saw the sky" of John Adams, between opera and Broadway musical, or the few secrets of Eugène Ysaÿe with musical notes and words, as well as the opening season's stage shared by our symphonic orchestra, big band and students of theatre department.
This season desires to honor Jazz department created thirty years ago. It was a crasy challenge but this challenge has become overthese years an highlight department of our institution. Students from around the world are today convince by its dynamism and its creativity.
Finally, this season won't exist without publics. You are tens of thousands to support us over the past few years, regular spectators and newcomers. Thank you for your presence throughout this new program created for you.

Frédéric de Roos, Director