Bruges, Sounds great !

Back in the middle Ages, internationally renowned Flemish polyphonists were welcome guests in the elegant city palaces of the rich Burgundians. In 2017, Bruges is the city of classical music. The Concertgebouw, conjuring up the vivid memory of Bruges in 2002, the year in which the city was Cultural Capital of Europe, is synonymous with impressive acoustics and international top architecture.  Regular events in its repertoire are the annually recurring themed festivals, spread over several days, such as the Bach Academy, the Budapest Festival and Surround! ... Bruges is also the habitat of MAFestival, the internationally renowned early music festival. Every summer, it presents and creates a wide range of activities with top musicians and promising ensembles. The symphonic orchestras Anima Eterna Brugge has it’s permanent home in Bruges. If the musicians are not touring abroad, you can listen to them in Bruges.This is certainly also true of the Bruges carillon, which has been accommodated in the Belfry for over 500 years, and the intimate ‘Cathedral Concerts Bruges’, concert series where the organ takes centre stage. Make sure you consult the concert diary before you visit Bruges!

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