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  • A code of conduct for our choir

    A code of conduct for our choir

    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.

  • Singing Baraye, in solidarity with Iran

    Singing Baraye, in solidarity with Iran

    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.

  • Santé op de chaussée!

    Santé op de chaussée!

    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.

  • Winter Vox – The Magic of Christmas

    Winter Vox – The Magic of Christmas

    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.

  • The Rainbow Cops Celebrate Their 10th Anniversary

    The Rainbow Cops Celebrate Their 10th Anniversary

    Alongside other LGBTQI+ artists, Sing Out Brussels! performed some songs at the reception organised for the occasion at Brussels City Hall.

  • Brussels three LGBTQI+ choirs come together at the Sing for Life concert

    Brussels three LGBTQI+ choirs come together at the Sing for Life concert

    Sing for Life is a charity concert organised by Tapalanote (the choir of Brussels Gay Sport ). For the first time, Brussels two other LGBTQI+ choirs took part in the event, which gathered 120 singers for a concert of the three headline acts.

  • Improving decision making in our choir

    Improving decision making in our choir

    Several of our members have been trained in ‘systemic consensing’, a collective decision-making method based on non-violent communication. The aim is to improve our way of working and ensure that every concern is heard.

  • Strengthening our community in Spa

    Strengthening our community in Spa

    Last weekend, the choir enjoyed its annual weekend getaway at the Domaine de Mambaye in Spa. This was our chance to progress with the repertoire for our upcoming show “School’s out” and to get to know each other even better.

  • Opening of Fame Festival

    Opening of Fame Festival

    Sing Out Brussels! sang on September 19 for the opening of this new feminist and queer festival in Brussels.

  • “You’re welcome in this choir”

    “You’re welcome in this choir”

    Sing Out Brussels! started rehearsing again on Wednesday 7 September. This season, our choir has over 70 members, including about 20 new faces. Here is the welcome speech given at the start of the new season.

  • Auditions, a crucial moment in the life of our community

    Auditions, a crucial moment in the life of our community

    Our rehearsals resume on September 7 and we will welcome a dozen new members, who have successfully passed the milestone of our auditions. A crucial process. Our president Christophe tells how he experienced it very intensely and emotionally.

  • Sing Out sung in solidarity with Ukraine

    Sing Out sung in solidarity with Ukraine

    Sing Out Brussels! presented a small concert as part of the fundraising gala organized by ILGA-Europe in Brussels.

  • Dance with Pride : a fabulous success!

    Dance with Pride : a fabulous success!

    After two and a half years without concerts, we finally found our audience. The experience that we have all shared over the past two years has given added meaning to this show. Because if we missed the public, the dance, the party and the glitter too!

  • Celebrating our Pride in the Brussels streets!

    Celebrating our Pride in the Brussels streets!

    Belgian Pride gathered 120,000 people in the streets of Brussels. Sing Out Brussels! took part in the Parade by singing. Two singers share their feelings after this day.

  • In these heels, a Brussels musical project committed against queerphobia

    In these heels, a Brussels musical project committed against queerphobia

    The LGBTQI+ choir Sing Out Brussels! (The Fabulous Queer Choir) presents its 3rd music video, “In these heels”, on the occasion of the world day against homophobia, biphobia and transphobia, and as part of Belgian Pride.

  • Interview with Simon Finn, songwriter “In these heels”

    Interview with Simon Finn, songwriter “In these heels”

    Among our songs recorded in the studio, you can hear In these Heels. Its songwriter tells us more about this song committed against queerphobia.

  • The future of our choir in reflection

    The future of our choir in reflection

    What are the goals of our choir for the next four years? We organized a brainstorming day to prepare our 2022-2026 strategic plan.

  • A Spring concert at Elzenhof

    A Spring concert at Elzenhof

    Sing Out Brussels! sang a few songs on the occasion of the inauguration of the renovated buildings of the GC Elzenhof in Ixelles, where our rehearsals take place.

  • In these heels – Lyrics and translation

    In these heels – Lyrics and translation

    Here are the lyrics and translation of the original song “In these heels”, from our EP “The First Fabulous Recording”

  • “In these heels”, a music video to illustrate the strength of the LGBTQI+ community

    “In these heels”, a music video to illustrate the strength of the LGBTQI+ community

    We shot our 3rd music video on March 20 in Laeken. It will be released in May on the occasion of the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT).


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