For 75 years, the National Orchestra of Belgium (NOB) has been performing symphony music from the past and the present. Its current musical director is Andrey Boreyko. The original programming attracts a wide public to concert halls in Belgium and abroad, but principally to the prestigious Henry Le Bœuf Hall at the Centre for Fine Arts in Brussels where the orchestra proposes its own series of concerts in cooperation with BOZAR MUSIC. The orchestra accompanied artists such as Bryn Terfel, Roberto Alagna, Anna Netrebko, Hélène Grimaud, Vadim Repin and Gidon Kremer.
The NOB is developing a strong bond with young, promising musicians, in considerable measure thanks to the cooperation with the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel and the Queen Elisabeth Competition. The orchestra has toured in Japan, Spain, Switzerland, Germany and Central Europe.