Het Kamer Orkest Brugge
Het Kamerorkest Brugge is a professional chamber orchestra with a rich history and a unique position in the Flemish musical landscape. It was founded in 1970 as Collegium Instrumentale Brugensis. Consisting of 17 strings, the orchestra is under the musical guidance of artistic leader Ning Kam, star violinist and winner of the Second Prize at the prestigious Queen Elisabeth Competition in 2001. Ning Kam does not solely set out the artistic parameters; she also leads the orchestra on the stage. <br /><br /> With a passion beyond compare, Het Kamerorkest Brugge brings a repertoire ranging from classicism to contemporary music. Thanks to its sophisticated programming, Het Kamerorkest Brugge manages to attract renowned (inter-)national soloists.