SING OUT BRUSSELS! (The Fabulous Queer Choir) is a LGBTQI+Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersexual, Plus choir. If you have a passion for music, singing and freedom, you might want to join us. We rehearse every Wednesday evening in Etterbeek, in an atmosphere marked by the joy of being together, pride in ourselves, and generosity of spirit. Prepare to be surprised by our pop-rock songs, our moves, and our energy!

We are seeing ourselves as a singing ambassador in Belgium and beyond for Brussels-based LGBTQI+Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersexual, Plus. We share our values of tolerance, respect, and freedom through music. And we are fabulous!

SING OUT BRUSSELS! is led by Emily Allison and is open to all those who want to be part of an original vocal group combining quality and musicality. Do you want to join us ? This page will tell you more about the coming auditions and our activities.

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Jazz musician and composer at heart, Emily conducts SING OUT BRUSSELS!

She moved to Brussels in 2009 to study at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels after having completed studies in jazz at Ecole Nationale de Musique of Villeurbanne. She has been part of numerous ensembles in Lyon, won the young talent contest at the Jazz Marathon, Brussels’ leading jazz festival with quintet LIFT and is the head of her own band.

Emily has a proven track record when it comes to conducting choirs. She has directed Tapalanote and Zinnechoeur in the past for several seasons.

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Our choir is full for the 2019-2020 season. Our next auditions will take place during Summer 2020. Register now if you want to join our waiting list.

Want to join us? Register for an audition below.

Your audition will take 10-15 min and will comprise some vocal exercices, singing a song of your choice, and an extract of a prepared song in harmony (you will receive a recording).

Please make sure to register beforehand.

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