Europe capital, Brussels is a cosmopolitan city that knew how to preserve it traditional nature. Brussels is full of contrasts, between Flemish heritage and Art Nouveau, industrial revolution and modernism. Internationally known for its Grand-Place, Manneken Pis, its buildings by Victor Horta and its cartoons designers, its inhabitants cultivate their art of living, and it is really pleasant to stop by this lovely city for a musical escapade.
The Royal Theater of the Mint was built by Joseph Poelaert in 1855 and is one of the biggest Opera Houses in Europe. In its history, the Mint has been managed by Gérard Mortier and Bernard Foccroulle.