A city that loves its festivals as much as Brussels does couldn’t lack for a classical open-air celebration for long. Brand new and determined to make one and all familiar with the works of none other than the wunderkind Mozart, Midsummer Mozartiade combines gorgeous locations in the capital’s Warandepark with emerging young musicians aching to perform the melodies that young Amadeus composed centuries ago. An important stopping place for the boy wonder’s first European tour back in 1763, Mozart stayed in Brussels for over a month when he was only seven. Aiming to shine more of a spotlight on this little known fact, Midsummer Mozartiade will explore the city’s connection to this musical genius and his peers through free afternoon concerts in the park, surprising recitals and even an all new opera production.
📅 Sun 3rd – Sat 9th July
📍 In and around the Warandepark