The Brussels Chamber Orchestra (BCO)
In 1999, the common passion and investment of young people virutosos for chamber music gave birth to the Brussels Chamber Orchestra. With six different nationalities, the BCO is a formidable cultural and artistic laboratory in the heart of Europe. Each work executed is enriched by this mixture of Asian and European cultures. The deep search for a specific style gives a unique sound to the group. The BCO masters a wide repertoire, from Vivaldi to Britten, including Mozart, Elgar, Bartók, Piazzolla, Hindemith or Schoenberg.
Their talent has attracted prestigious musicians who have shared the stage with the BCO such as violonists Ivry Gitlis, Gilles Apap, Igor Oitrakh, Maxim Vengerov, Dora Schawrzeberg, Janine Jansen, Sergei Krylov, Pierre Amoyal, Lorenzo Gatto, and many other.
The BCO is involved in the creation of educational projects and has the priviledge of being an ambassador of the International Yehudi Menuhin Foundation.