The Brussels Jazz Orchestra: from Local Substitutes to Big-Timers
(Johan Vandenbossche) The Low Countries - 2005, № 13, pp. 280-283
In 1994 the new Brussels Jazz Orchestra (BJO) came up with a basic repertoire that left nobody in any doubt as to its ability, tastes and direction. They made their intentions clear from the outset and resisted any temptation to churn out redundant stock arrangements. In 2005 the BJO is alive and kicking, and has earned international acclaim. It has grown into a superb machine that deserves to be challenged, promoted and fostered.
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