For years I've always gone to Aux Armes de Bruxelles when I fancy my regular mix of mussels and fries. I'm by no means unhappy with the quality and I love the ambience (which is why I've been going for years) but I was wondering if anyone else had a "favourite" moulerie. I'd be interested to try some alternatives, but would like reccomendations of places people regard as "the best" rather than just having to take "pot luck".
The Vocal Consort of Brussels, international mixed adult Chamber choir is still looking for singers. We try to reach a maximum of 12 persons. All voices are welcome, but especially altos and sopranos and 2 bass voices. We are looking for formed singers with capacity to read notes fluently and with some experience. Contemporary Choir music (1900-2007) Because of the death of our German former director we are starting up again with our new director from Holland. Nationalities at this moment: Norwegian, Dutch, Walloon, Flemish, Swedish, Polish and German. It's also a way to new people in town, and doing something creativ beside the daily office life. It's a way to learn Belgians and non-Belgian, Flemish, Walloon and Brussels people. No auditon: but you can participate for 3 rehearsal and than, there is a mutual evaluation with the director. Rehearsals: always on Sundayevening (19-21h) except in July, Easter and Winterholiday and other small Belgian Holidays. Languages: Eng, Fr, Dutch and German (esp Eng) We sing in all possible languages (Latin, Spanish, Norwegian, Dutch f.ex. , there is help for pronunciations.)We are in a building up phase, however, we made alreay our debut or information and repertoire on demand: Please contact Steven De Gieter (leader/financial director) firstname.lastname@example.org , director tel: 0498 46 77 97 www.tvcobrussels.be (on line end of March - April 2007 with all needed information foreseen) Contact: Steven De Gieter E-Mail: email@example.com The Vocal Consort of Brussels (Chamber Choir Mob: 0498 46 77 97 - Reform (German-Dutch-French-Russian lessons)