MATRIXSYNTH: Belgian Electronic Instruments Festival

Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Belgian Electronic Instruments Festival

"A meeting between musicians, intruments and sound lovers ! The goal is to "promote" electronic instruments and discover them the best way : by playing them !

We also want to mix people from different horizons, active or not in the belgian electronic music scene.

Everyone coming to the BEIF is invited to bring their electronic instruments. You will be able to show (off) your own abilities and test other people's instruments. And this time it won't be like the music store : nobody is going to ask you "May I help you ?"

As it is our first edition, we don't know yet how things are going to turn out. But after the speaking-testing-playing-drinking time of the afternoon, it's up to us to turn the whole thing into a delightful jam session of experimental noises."

via Thomas B:

"I organise the Belgian Electronic Instruments festival this weekend. I thought you might be interested for a post. It's basicaly a vintage/new synth meeting in the center of Brussels, with jam sessions and concert during the evening."

Thanks Thomas! Title link takes you to more info.


  1. I just returned from visiting my family in Belgium! Too bad my stay wasn't a few days longer.

  2. Xperimental alien Noises,hehe,you will probably get them! We will come with some machinery....
    See U Saterday..

  3. This sounds terrific!
    For next year's event - please publicize this a bit earlier.. You may just get more people on board.

  4. I definitely would have stayed in Brussels an extra few days had I known about this.

  5. Hi everyone,

    The Beif is over and, as it was a "test" version, I can definitely say that the test was successfully passed. I just wanna thanks the people who were there, without them this event would not have been the same!

    Be sure that, for next time, we will do a lot more advertisement and spread the word earlier.

    Thanks again, see you next time!


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