From 14 to 18 June 2023, Sing Out Brussels! took part in the European LGBTQI+ Choir Festival Various Voices in Bologna (Italy). Our choir will host this event in Brussels in 2026.
On 10 June 2023, Sing Out Brussels! presented its new show, a mix of songs and testimonials about our LGBTQI+ experiences in schools. A call for more inclusive schools that touched the audience.
Busy agenda for our choir during Pride week. A week full of firsts (concert on the Grand-Place of Brussels and on the main stage of Pride). Many strong emotions shared with our public!
On 8 April, our choir opened the second edition of the Equinoxes festival, organised this year at the Tricoterie. One of our singers, Manon, is part of the organising team for this event. We asked her a few questions to find out more about this innovative project.
31 March – Brussels Central Station. On the occasion of the International Day of Transgender Visibility, Sing Out Brussels! sang “I am her” by the American trans artist Shea Diamond. This symbolic action was relayed by the artist herself! Elli, a member of the choir, looks back on this event.
From 10 to 12 March, our choir spent a weekend in residence in Hastière. On the programme: the end of the learning of our new repertoire, the discovery of our choreographies, workshops to exchange on our projects. And above all a lot of friendship and emotions.
Our members are currently discussing the future code of conduct of our ASBL, in order to agree on common principles and on the means to enforce them.
In solidarity with Iranian women, the local LGBTQI+ community and all those involved in the freedom movement in Iran, several of our members came together to sing Baraye.
Sing Out Brussels! participated in “Santé op de chaussée”, the New Year’s party of GC De Maalbeek, the cultural centre that hosted our rehearsals during our first three seasons.
Sing Out Brussels! took part in the Winter Vox festival organised as part of the Winter Wonders, the Brussels Christmas market. Our songs warmed up the hearts of the public who came in great numbers despite the freezing cold.