deFilharmonie

The symphonic orchestra, <a href="http://www.defilharmonie.be">deFilharmonie</a>, touches more than one hundred thousand music lovers every year with concerts in Tokyo, Vienna or Peking as well as in Antwerp.&nbsp;<br />

In Antwerp deFilharmonie performs in the Philharmonic House.

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