Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel

Centre of Excellence for Artistic Training

The Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel was founded by Eugene Ysaÿe in the early 20th century, and was inaugurated by Queen Elisabeth of Belgium herself on the 12th of July 1939. The training of its pupils is based on three pillars: Openness, Flexibility and Excellence. The school welcomes students from all around the world, tailoring the experience to each one individually and hosts some of the world’s most revered musicians as its Masters in Residence. Set in a stunning location not far from the city of Brussels, the beautiful architecture of the school was expanded in 2014, in order to accommodate even more students to shape into world-class musicians.

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