The International Chorale of Brussels is a multinational choir of around 60 singers. The choir has members from many nationalities, although the working language remains English.
Founded in 1977, the choir has been directed by John Brown since 2009 and usually gives concerts twice a year with soloists and musicians from the Brussels area.
The choir’s repertoire covers well known masses and large scale works as well as popular music and less familiar music and composers, including modern works. In the last few years we have performed a wide range of music, from masses by Palestrina, Mozart and Dvorak to songs from musicals such as West Side Story and Les Misérables. See the details of our future performances on the next concerts page.
We have taken part in the annual Singing Brussels celebration, and have been part of other choral festivals such as Woluwe Chante Noël and O Les Choeurs. We regularly support charities through our concerts, including Beautiful Gate Lesotho, the Community Help Service Brussels, and ADIS-CONGO.
The International Chorale of Brussels has been featured in Politico, the Bulletin (here and here), and on BBC Radio 3.
Read more about membership here. For more information e-mail Anna, and please do check with her before coming to a rehearsal.