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 Co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.

PROGRAM / Big Bang Brussels 2015

Sunday 8 November 2015

Big Bang Brussels 2015

The BIG BANG festival is a festive tribute to adventurous sound art and music-making for children. It began twenty years ago with the OORSMEER festival in Ghent. The labyrinthine Vooruit building in Ghent was filled to capacity with adventurous musicians and sound installations. A large young audience witnessed the resounding launch. OORSMEER was the beginning of a new chapter in the musical landscape for children. Twenty years later, and under its new name BIG BANG, OORSMEER has conquered the world from Hamburg to Lisbon, from Ghent to Sao Paulo, from Athens to Seville, from Antwerp to Stavanger and from Brussels to Lille. Zonzo Compagnie is the driving force behind BIG BANG. It ensures that hundreds of artists find a new audience, all over the world. Each year 40,000 children and their parents attend the festival and discover the richness and diversity of the world of music and sounds. This year we are celebrating with three BIG BANG festivals in November. We will be treating you to a delightful surprise at deSingel in Antwerp, the Centre for Fine Arts in Brussels and Opera Vlaanderen and the Handelsbeurs Concert Hall in Ghent.

PRACTICAL / Big Bang Brussels 2015


Online: – € €1.00 transaction charge per ticket.

Phone: 02 507 82 00 – € €3.00 charge per transaction.

On location: At the Centre for Fine Arts box office: Ravesteinstraat 23, 1000 Brussels, Tuesday to Saturday 11 am to 7 pm & 1 hour before each performance (including remaining days) – No transaction fee.


Bozar Brussel:
Ravensteinstraat 23, 1000 Brussel


Bozar Brussel:
T: 02 507 82 00


Klara, Arte Belgique, La Première, Le Soir, Le Vif, Knack, De Standaard, Flemish Community, Nationale Loterij and the ENGIE foundation, the European Union Creative European Programme, Bozar, Flemish Community Commission: with the support of the Flemish Minister for Brussels.