The masterpiece that changed music history forever has lost none of its power.
Beethoven’s First Piano Concerto still shows the influence of Haydn, who with his Schöpfungsmesseleft us a scintillating and exuberant Mass.
Benjamin Britten's monumental War Requiem, with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra and conductor Gianandrea Noseda.
Theatre, music, dance and performances invite you to explore the present through the past at the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium. Let yourself be captivated and get immersed into the breath-taking performance Ganymed goes Brussels
The beautful Requiem by Fauré is part of the DNA of the Vlaams Radio Koor & Hervé Niquet.
Composers and music about World War I, as a balm for the wounded soul and chapters of a book.
Epic tales and fascination with the final journey as source of inspiration.
Epic tales and fascination with the final journey as a source of inspiration. With music from Howells, Lang and Ola Gjeilo.
Haydn and his view of The Creaton.
Joie de vivre and the delight of dance in an iron-strong blockbuster operetta
A true masterpiece by Berlioz: extraordinary, mind-blowing even, full of carefully chosen archaisms.
Fabulous music that has produced countless great classics, with gospel specialist Ken Burton.
A glimpse at the childhood of the universe: the images from the Hubble Space Telescope translated into an intense musical experience
Gounods beautiful Messe Vocale and works from Bach, Mozart and Palestrina
The one responsible for the rediscovery of Bach himself in the spotlight.
Grammy-award winning Barbara Hannigan conducts Stravinsky’s modern Faust story about temptation
‘The Planets – An HD Odyssey’ takes the audience along on an astonishing journey – both musical and visual
Masterpiece of Bach, filled with love, moving, exciting and full of opera-like drama.
Don't miss this opportunity to hear your favourite work in this Vocal Tour!
MuCH Waterloo Festival celebrates 80 years Music Chapel
Ars in Cathedrali: organ- and choir festival in the heart of Brussels
Experience the multi-Academy Award® winning 1984 motion picture Amadeus on a vast HD screen, while Mozart’s most celebrated works are performed live in-sync by a full orchestra and choir.
a spotlight on Danny Elfman's talent for symphonic material in the Philharmonie de Paris
experience our singers at work
nothing to see – but your whole life still waiting to happen... with music from Ólafur Arnalds, Gustav Mahler, Arvo Pärt
drama & grandeur with Verdi's Requiem
the popular creation of Händel
intense music from the far North
composer Jeroen D'hoe tests his arrangements for The Great American Songbook
James MacMillan - from apocalyptic violence to peace with his wonderful Miserere
James MacMillan shares his vast experience and expertise
James MacMillan conducts two of his masterpieces
Leonard Bernstein reconciles the bustling world of Broadway with his own vision of religion
annual Christmas concert with classical works and well-known Christmas Carols
let's sing some Christmas Carols together
the musical blockbuster, audience pleaser and masterpiece of Grieg live on stage
a multimedia production based on the striking visions of the 13th-century poetess and mystic Hadewijch d’Anvers
Ode à la joie : la synthèse du génie et de la vision de la vie de Beethoven en traduisant l’idée de solidarité humaine et la fraternité universelle dans un chef-d’oeuvre musical
Klara will take over deSingel for the 9th time
bubbles, tuxedos and timeless jazz classics
Rossini’s final masterpiece
the concert of this evening, the opening concert of the Klarafestival 2020, will take place before an empty hall, but will be broadcasted live on Klara, Klara.be and the Klara app
Described by Stravinsky as 'not only Ravel’s best work, but one of the most beautiful products of all French music'
debut in the iconic Elbphilharmonie - with cellist Misha Maisky
Resurrection and Ascension in music
listen to Klara Live on Thursday April 30 (8PM) and relive the concert 'the Great American Songbook'
Beethoven celebrates the free individual! Music Theatre with Jan Decleir, Peter Van Den Begin & I SOLISTI
Mahlers Symphony No. 2 - with the New York Philharmonic & Jaap van Zweden
cult composer David Lang takes Beethoven’s Fidelio into the present
v for victory: from C minor to C major, this symphony is a journey from drama to triumph
new Flemish choral music
20th anniversary - with guests of honour Alexandre Desplat and Gabriel Yared
Iedereen Klassiek cancelled
a Merry Christmas with the Bach family - rewatch the livestream and support 11.11.11
festive concert with Brussels Philharmonic and the Vlaams Radiokoor - available on Podium 19 until 21 February
replay on demand until 18 February - Via Crucis, Christ’s way of the cross, from a female point of view
Via Crucis, Christ’s way of the cross, from a female point of view - available until 28 March on Podium 19
step into the unique universe of Morton Feldman - available until 21 March on Podium 19
replay on demand until 20 March - Pärt, Lauridsen, Sisask: these contemporary composers give space for contemplation, room for emotions.
in search of the man who was Brahms with pianists Jan Michiels en Inge Spinette - available until 11 April on Podium 19
saying goodbye, like love, is part of life - available until 24 April on Podium 19
replay on demand until 5 April - a constant rhythmical canvas by Steve Reich
concert film : enjoy Bach's passion music with Antwerp Symphony Orchestra, and the impressive masterpieces by Rubens and Van Dyck
a constant rhythmical canvas by Steve Reich - available until 30 May on Podium 19
Pärt, Lauridsen, Sisask: these contemporary composers give space for contemplation, room for emotions - available until 30 May on Podium 19
rewatch this concert until 14 May: imposing choral sections, an unusual, black-velvet universe, an appealing musical kaleidoscope
rewatch until 30 May: we press the pause button as we take time and distance out from our daily lives and allow the music of Pärt to do its healing work
rewatch until 29 June: forty voices pray: 'I have never placed my hope In any other than you, God of Israel'
Resurrection and Ascension in music by C. P. E. Bach
memories, expectations and hoop inspire us with new life: a cri du coeur after a difficult period, full of determination to rise again
The musical correspondence between Philippus de Monte and William Byrd
an exciting portrait of a heinous trickster: serial murderer Henri-Désiré Landru
in the footsteps of a cosmopolitan ‘avant la lettre’ in music
A humble tribute in the form of a musical journey: from bustling Berlin trough the horrors of the Holocaust. But music survives...
musical blockbuster and audience pleaser: the entire Grieg masterpiece live on stage
This is the way to celebrate classical music! Iedereen Klassiek plunges everyone and everything in a joyful bath of classical music - for free.
The 11th edition of the world's largest international choir competition.
Mat Collishaw & 'Sky Burial': a gripping film about our relationship to death with Fauré’s Requiem as its soundtrack
imposing choral sections, an unusual, black-velvet universe, an appealing musical kaleidoscope
an iconic and jubilant masterpiece, certainly the best known of the traditional Christmas repertoire
in search of the man who was Brahms - with his beautiful Requiem and music from best friend Schumanns