During a midday break within the prestigious academic hall, in the evening in various rooms or churches, or even in open-air, during classic or rock concerts: the musical offering of ULiège resonates with music lovers of all genres.

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University Choir of Liège, Royal Society

All those who love to sing the classical repertoire are invited to join the 100 members of the University Choir. It is open to all enthusiasts from 16 to 65 years old. Repetitions every Monday night. The Choir also invites the public to attend its grand concerts, for which it is accompanied by a professional orchestral whole and renowned soloists.

consult the site of the Royal University Choir of Liège

CIMI: the ULiège string orchestra

University studies mustn't prevent students from making music! The Interfaculty Circle of Instrumental Music (CIMI) is open to them. The CIMI is a quality whole which works in a pleasant and stimulating environment. It is in concert several times a year. Repetitions every Thursday night, place du 20-Août.

consult the cimi website

The Noon Concerts

Every Thursday, from October to May at precisely 12.30 p.m., a chamber music concert in the academic hall takes place. Prestigious artists play for 50 minutes.

consult the website of the Noon Concerts

Music in Wallonia

Located with the Music Department, the record label Musique en Wallonie (Music in Wallonia) highlights the heritage of classical music and composers from the Wallonia-Brussels Community, with the support of researchers and the talent of prestigious performers, which is praised at each CD release by the specialised press.

consult the website of musique en wallonie


The Unifestival is the free event to start the year that you don't want to miss! The Unifestival is a gathering for all enthusiasts on the Sart Tilman campus where artists show up, from the most popular to the more avant-garde. Student circles and associations are present to inform on their activities and share a drink with the public.

consult the unifestival website

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