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"If you were music, I would listen to you ceaselessly, and my low spirits would brighten up." - Anna Akhmatova

“The world needs symphonic music.  And symphonic music needs the world.” That is the firm belief of the Brussels Philharmonic. As a symphony orchestra founded in 1935 under the auspices of the Belgian public broadcaster, unveiling the symphonic world as best we can is deep in our DNA. By innovating while maintaining full respect for the value of the past, we keep the symphonic music of the past, present and future relevant and inspiring – for ourselves and all of society. We do this from the historic Studio 4 at Flagey in Brussels, together with our music director Kazushi Ono: he shares our open and adventurous spirit and our rock-solid belief in the need for cross-fertilization between art, life and society.

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Robert Groslot
Robert Groslot
Alexander Scriabin
Scriabin - Symphony No. 2
Brussels Philharmonic | Kazushi Ono
Robert Groslot
Now, Voyager, sail...
Robert Groslot | Linus Roth | Brussels Philharmonic
Various composers
Eline Groslot
Robert Groslot
I Will Come Back
Vlaams Radiokoor | Thomas Oliemans | Héloïse Mas
Robert Groslot
Concerto for Bass Guitar and Orchestra (vinyl)
Thomas Fiorini | Brussels Philharmonic
Dirk Brossé
The Pulse of Joy
Dirk Brossé
Dirk Brossé, Johan Duijck, Alain Crepin
Van Eyck Revisited (CD+DVD)
Eddy Vanoosthuyse
Dirk Brossé
A Symphonic Journey from Philly to Utopia
Dirk Brossé
Francis Poulenc, Alfred Desenclos
Stabat Mater | Requiem
Vlaams Radiokoor | Hervé Niquet | Brussels Philharmonic
Johannes Brahms
Brahms | Ein Deutsches Requiem
Hervé Niquet / Flemish Radio Choir
Igor Stravinsky
Le Sacre du Printemps / Le Chant du Rossignol - Stravinsky
Brussels Philharmonic
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Symphony No.6 / Romeo and Juliet - Tchaikovsky
Brussels Philarmonics / Michel Tabachnik