Woo Hyung Kim (violin) and Christia Hudziy (piano) play Bach, Beethoven and Debussy.
Camille Seghers (cello) and Alexis Thibaut de Maisières (piano) play Beethoven, Jongen, Lekeu and Schumann.
Katarina Van Droogenbroeck (mezzo soprano), Hélène Desain (viola) and Philippe Riga (piano) play Brahms, Bridge, Loeffler and Massenet.
This is the first time—and it may be the last—you can get really up close and personal with Bruegel’s prints. The exhibition ‘The World of Bruegel in Black and White’ will draw you deep into the imaginary world of Bruegel, the genius and marvelous draughtsman.
From now on the American collection can be consulted in the General Reading Room. The reference books are available in the Catalogue room.
A well-hidden secret in Brussels: the museum on the history of books and writing. Free admission.
This research project examines the Belgian photo novel as it appeared in Femmes d’Aujourd’hui, Het Rijk der Vrouw, Les Bonnes Soirées, Mimosa and Joepie.
The results of the project can be retrieved in various ways: reports, statistics of the raw data, a brochure and a poster.
This project aims to develop a federal strategy for the preservation of the Belgian web.
As from 1 June 2017, these collections can only be consulted in the general reading room of the Royal Library of Belgium. But how to consult them? Find out here.
ADOCHS project is a four-year project dedicated to the improvement of the quality control process concerning the digitised heritage collections.