• 'Requiem' nominated for a visit.brussels Award 2023

    Our production of Mozart's Requiem, directed by Romeo Castellucci and conducted by Raphaël Pichon, has been nominated for a visit.brussels Award 2023. With these awards, Brussels rewards cultural and touristic initiatives that have brought the city (inter)national fame in the past year. Will you help Requiem to victory in the "Brussels On Stage" category? Then cast your vote here before 18 April!

  • A thematic guided tour on 'Henry VIII' for the Brussels Museums Nocturnes

    La Monnaie is participating in the Brussels Museums Nocturnes! Come to our Theatre on 20 April for a guided tour and learn all about our new production Henry VIII and its main character.

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  • Three MM Academy singers selected for the Queen Elisabeth Competition

    Three singers from our MM Academy have been selected for the prestigious Queen Elisabeth Competition, which this year will be dedicated on the voice.  

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  • Passa Porta Festival descends on La Monnaie

    From 23 to 26 march, the Passa Porta Festival will be bringing hundreds of leading writers together at various locations in Brussels. La Monnaie will also be hosting quite a few encounters with renowned writers, including winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature Annie Ernaux.

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  • Lovesick February on Kiosk Radio

    February, the month of Valentine's Day. The perfect excuse to compile our monthly Kiosk Radio playlist with music full of love, longing and heartbreak.

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  • La Monnaie presents Adamo, an on-demand taxi service

    Facing the challenges of mobility and our desire to reduce the carbon footprint of our activities, La Monnaie is launching Adamo, a pilot project for an on-demand transport service. From now on, you can book a first-rate shared taxi for your La Monnaie performances, which, through use of advanced algorithms, will group requests, optimise journeys and thus reduce the ecological impact of travel to our performances.

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  • Apply now for the Gerard Mortier Next Generation Award

    Next year, the non-profit association 'Mortier Awards' will present the Mortier Next Generation Award, worth € 30,000, for the third time and support a project in keeping with the spirit of Gerard Mortier, former La Monnaie director and great innovator of the art form opera.

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  • GREEN OPERA: La Monnaie joins project to standardise set components

    In a move towards creating opera in a more sustainable way, La Monnaie together with four French opera houses and festivals is launching a research and development project designed to standardise set components.

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  • La Monnaie on Kiosk Radio, part 2

    Second La Monnaie broadcast at Kiosk Radio, this time with a playlist focused on Belgian music.

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  • The Time of Our Singing proclaimed Best World Premiere

    Yesterday, the Teatro Real de Madrid hosted the prestigious International Opera Awards. La Monnaie proudly won the Award for 'Best World Premiere' with Kris Defoort's magnum opus.

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  • Opera Europa and OperaVision launch charity campaign for Ukrainian artists

    On this World Opera Day, Opera Europa – a collective of 222 European opera companies, including La Monnaie – and OperaVision are launching a charity campaign in support of Ukrainian opera artists.

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