The 2023-2024 season opens its doors to welcome you with a programme that mischievously combines repertoire and creation, tradition and modernity. Young, up-and-coming and established artists have orchestrated some extraordinary musical and theatrical encounters for you. As soon as the season opens, the festivities begin with Antonín Dvořák's Symphony No. 9 "From the New World", the first stage of a journey that will take you from the edge of the Forêt de Soignes to art nouveau, to the Joseph Jongen Festival, celebrating the 150th anniversary of his birth, and on to the Cathedral of Sts Michel and Gudule, where the Early Music Department will be celebrating its 20th anniversary.
Sounds and words sketch out a path that sparks curiosity and reflection. From solo recitals to theatrical performances, from musicals to orchestral concerts, all the resources of the Royal Conservatoire of Brussels are put at the service of works that, in their multiplicity, move and uplift us.
Accompanied by our loyal partners and a host of new collaborations, we look forward to seeing you throughout this new programme, which has been put together with you in mind.
Frédéric de Roos, Director