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Flagey Academy

Flagey Academy is a youth choir for boys and girls from Brussels aged from 8 to 20. The participants are selected on the basis of motivation and talent, and are recruited from school choirs in primary schools in Brussels that reflect the city's social, cultural and linguistic diversity. 

The project aims to bring singers from across the city together through choral singing, and to foster in them a love of music and a sense of purpose. More than just a choir, Flagey Academy is a long-term project. Throughout the learning process, the team of musicians and music pedagogues will focus on each young person’s artistic, emotional and intellectual development. The young singers will not only learn how to use their voice and to sing musically, singing together with others will also help build their self-confidence, and will teach them about commitment and respect for other cultures and individuals.

The school choirs are organised within primary schools in different communes in Brussels. Flagey, ReMuA and Singing Molenbeek provide choral activities for more than 500 children from 6 to 12 years old, who have the possibility to join Flagey Academy. 

Thanks to generous financial contributions from several private sponsors and foundations, the top-level training offered at Flagey Academy is entirely free of charge for the choristers. In return, Flagey asks for a serious commitment to the project from each singer and in the long term.


Silke Vandaele, coordinator | | 02 641 10 49

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Would you like to join our choir? We invite you to submit an application form via this link. We will contact you as soon as an audition date is confirmed.

With the support of

Ackermans & van Haaren, BNP Paribas Fortis, ENGIE Foundation, the Fondation Bernheim, the National Lottery, Private Bank Delen, TotalEnergies Foundation, Mister Geert Duyck, Madam Paulette Darty, Madam Colienne van Strydonck, Mr and Mrs Frank & Désirée Sweerts and those who prefer to remain anonymous.