The absence of a conductor infuses musicians into total commitment and personal investment, converting this ensemble into a real chamber music orchestra. In its short but active life, the Brussels Chamber Orchestra already counts a good number of concerts and has been invited to many international tours covering Germany, Spain, France, Japan, United States, Italy, Norway and Mexico.
In 1999, young virtuosos from different cultures gathered around a musical score for their fondness for chamber music. The specific sonority of the Brussels Chamber Orchestra, as well as an extremely profound stylistic research is the result of this union. Indeed, this group brings together six nationalities, each individual bringing their own country's cultural sensitivity, forging a fabulous covenant between Asian discipline and European fantasy.
Their repertoire includes works spanning from Mozart to Britten, Elgar, Bartók, Hindemith and Schoenberg. They have premiered and commissioned contemporary works from young outstanding composers and are constantly looking for new project.