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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 is successfully trying to increase its coolness factor with a fresh and relaxed take on classical music concerts that is tailored to a younger audience.

This Sunday, 22 May, is already this season’s last edition with “Music of the Spheres” at Beursschouwburg, and we have 2 duo tickets to give away for the occasion! It’s a performance by 22 singers of Brussels’ Royal Conservatory accompanied by pianist Philippe Navarre, and each piece will be introduced by a short scientific poem of Alexandre Wajnberg.

And if you don’t know what to do with your little ones during the concert, there’s free baby-sitting for those under 3 and workshops for the older ones.

While you’re there, do make sure to check out Beursschouwburg’s stunning rooftop terrace!

To win send an email to with “Origami Classics” in the subject line


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