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Classical music unfortunately still has a bit of a dusty image, making many think of stiff crowds and endless performances. Belgian initiative Origami Classics wants to change all that with a fresh, relaxed and original take on classical music concerts in an attempt to attract a wider and younger audience. The new season just kicked off last month, and we have three duo tickets to give away for the second edition this Sunday at Beursschouwburg! On the programme is the Scarbo Quartet, a Saxophone foursome, who will interpret the music of Michel Lysight, accompanied by a projection of a painting performance by homegrown artist Serge Goldwicht, whose works are partly inspired by the Belgian composer. What’s more, parents can drop off their kids at the baby-sitting corner or a creative workshop run by MUS-E Belgium.

Origami Classics, 14 February 2016, Beursschouwburg

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