Brussels, Belgium

Founded in 1885

The electronic music concerts at the Beursschouwburg have gained an international following. Admission prices are also kept low to encourage less well-off people from the city to attend.

This trans-disciplinary arts centre works within the vibrant field of tension defined by creativity, and reflection on and a critical examination of society. As a key player in the Brussels art scene, the Beursschouwburg encourages a spectrum of interaction between the arts, broader cultural debate and the city's social life.

The Beursschouwburg functions as a catalyst for both the individual artists' creative expression and the audience's active commitment, offering a forum for the search for meaning and significance beyond ideological, religious, cultural and gender borders.