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Concertgebouw Brugge

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Guided tours and workshops

Concertgebouw Circuit (new)

Besides the guided tour, you can also explore the Concertgebouw individually or in a group via the Visitors’ Trail, which has highly enjoyable active moments at the sound model and the sound installations, starting from 17.09.2017.

Guided tours

A guide tells you all about the Concertgebouw’s history, architecture and numerous activities. A fascinating journey that starts frontstage - with the Atrium, Chamber Music Hall and Concert Hall as highlights – and ends backstage, where you easily imagine yourself a top performer.

Sound(art) & Acoustics

A guide immerses you in the Concertgebouw’s exceptional architecture, sound(art) and acoustics. The tour ends with a visit to the Sound Factory installations, where sound and sound art become very tangible.

Dance workshops

Learn the dance language of several top choreographers during an active workshop, led by a professional dancer. You even get to dance a choreography by resident artists Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker, Claire Croizé & Etienne Guilloteau, or international stars such as Olivier Dubois and Ohad Naharin.

Choir workshops

Conductor Ignace Thevelein helps you to master the vocal music of Johann Sebastian Bach. Afterwards, you’ll be able to raise your voice appropriately, during both the sing-along concert Crazy about Bach and the Masterpiece Week centred around Bach’s Magnificat.

Pimp your portrait

Under the direction of artist Emilie Lauwers, children work on a series of old photos and their own photo, transforming them with spray cans, paint, felt-tip pens, or other fun techniques.

Dating the artist

A group of concert-goers chat with the musicians of Vox Luminis while they are preparing a concert. They enquire about each other's experiences and gauge expectations.