Upcoming events at BOZAR

SOUAD MASSI in concert
Music

SOUAD MASSI in concert

Saturday 20:00 (13 January)
BOZAR, Brussels

Queyras/Tharaud - Bach, Shostakovich, Berg, Brahms

Queyras/Tharaud - Bach, Shostakovich, Berg, Brahms

Saturday 20:00 (03 February)
BOZAR, Brussels

AYNUR Bozar Brussels

AYNUR Bozar Brussels

Saturday 20:00 (10 March)
BOZAR, Brussels

Events around BOZAR

Liliana Herrero

Liliana Herrero

Friday 20:00 (09 March)
BOZAR MUSIC, Brussels

ART TRUC TROC & Design 2018

ART TRUC TROC & Design 2018

Friday 18:00 (26 January)
ART TRUC TROC, Brussels

Verheyen Copland Gress Hart

Verheyen Copland Gress Hart

Friday 20:30 (23 February)
BOZAR JAZZ, Brussels

Marta Gómez

Marta Gómez

Sunday 20:00 (14 January)
BOZAR MUSIC, Brussels

Opening @Be Film Festival - Une part d'ombre de Samuel Tilman
Festival

Opening @Be Film Festival - Une part d'ombre de Samuel Tilman

Tuesday 19:15 (19 December)
Be Film Festival, Brussels

Jazz for Young People: Who is Duke Ellington?

Jazz for Young People: Who is Duke Ellington?

Monday 11:00 (19 February)
BOZAR JAZZ, Brussels


Moussem Sounds: Rachid Taha + Nabyla Maan

Moussem Sounds: Rachid Taha + Nabyla Maan


When?

Start time: Saturday 20:00 (25 November)
End time: Saturday 22:30 (25 November)

Where?

BOZAR
Rue Ravensteinstraat 23, Brussels

About

Rachid Taha officiel was just 10 years old when he arrived in France from Algeria. His musical journey began in the 1980s as frontman with the rock band Carte de Séjour before he went solo in 1990. After 30 years, this pioneer of rock'n rai still occupies a unique position. Performed live, his stirring mix of rai and chaabi combined with rock and electronics provides an almost hypnotic experience. On Zoom, his ninth solo album, the oud and electric guitar play a prominent role, in homage to Oum Kalthoum and to Elvis. He also remains a razor-sharp chronicler of our times, poetic with a good dose of commitment.

Line-up:
Rachid Taha - vocals
Hakim Hamadouche - mando luth
Kenzi Bourras - keyboards
Maxime Delpierre - guitar
Juan De Guillebon - bass

As a teenager in Fez the young singer-songwriter Nabyla Maan was interested in traditional Moroccan music and studied with masters of the Arabian-Andalusian repertoire. Opting for a contemporary interpretation, today she is a hugely popular singer with a very refined repertoire of her own compositions and traditional works, sung in both French and Arabic. On her latest release Dalalû Al-Andalûs she pays tribute to the Malhun (a genre based on Moroccan folk poetry) and to Arabian-Andalusian music, once again combining the traditional with the experimental.

Line-up:
Nabyla Maan – voice
Nor Eddine Bahha – keyboards
Xavier Sarazin – drums
Tarik Hilal – guitaar
Hamza Souissi – bass
Salim Amri – violin
Mohamed Amrani - percussion

Moussem is teaming up again with BOZAR to present Moussem Sounds, a programme with a distinctive musical mix that highlights crossovers from the Arab world.