Ik en den Theo/Moi et le Théo do their thing on accordion and drums... and with the young audience. Depending of its composition the duo sing in Dutch or French, or in the best of worlds in both languages. After almost 15 years of concert touring, they add a special program to their portfolio: they can also be booked with the concert performance "En Route/Onderweg", next to their classic straightforward rock 'n roll concert formula.Read more
A combination of earthy traditionalism and hot jazz on display. Drawn from the Roma tradition, all souped-up with some quite superb playing and plenty of go-faster stripes without losing the emotion at the heart of it all. Mec Yek is a gypsy band without violin, but what they do, they do with style, grit and grace.Read more
Jaune Toujours guarantees an explosive, urban mix of music genres, rhythms, languages and cultures. Add to that the typically Belgian pinch of self-derision and understatement and the result is a band with the energy of rock (without guitars!), the improvised twist of jazz, the open-minded approach of world music and the eagerness of a street band.
Far Fare is an experimental mini marching band. Far Fare works in trio (accordion, percussion en horn) on improvisation within a wide range of musical styles: from accoustic dub, reggae, over balkan en gipsy to bossa and musette... Depending on the audience they can get more adventurous or accessible, more discrete or interactive, but always with own repertoire!
Qotob Trio is the oriental fusion project founded by Syrian cellist Bassel Abou Fakher, who relocated from Damascus to Belgium recently. The repertoire is a mix of Middle Eastern, Western classical and contemporary jazz music. Qotob Trio’s first album “Entity” is released on the Choux de Bruxelles label.Read more