The BRUSSELS CHAMBER CHOIR was founded in 2007 by Helen Cassano and fellow students of the Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussel. The ensemble has evolved into an eclectic group of passionate singers from Brussels, both amateur and professional, counting more than 10 nationalities. The choir regularly gives a cappella concerts throughout Brussels, and is often invited to perform in the Brussels cathedral. As ensemble in residence in the Koninklijk Conservatorium, it performed on several occasions with its baroque orchestra, with guest conductors such as Philippe Pierlot, Paul Agnew, Sigiswald Kuijken and Paul Dombrecht. Past projects include the St.John’s Passion(2012) and the Messiah(2013) in Eeklo, both conducted by Paul Dombrecht, and a lecture-performance given and conducted by Eric Whitacre (2012). The choir has been invited to perform at several festivals, including theTête-à-tijdfestival in Sint-Joost-ten-Node (2012), the Singing Brusselsfestival in BOZAR (2014), the Brussels International Guitar Festival(2015), La Fabbrica del Cantofestival in Milan (2015), Koorlinkin Antwerp and Tielen (2016) and the Bach Heritage Festivalin BOZAR (2017). In 2011, the choir won the third prize in the International Choir Competition of Flanders in Maasmechelen.