Fabulous Belgian DJ Netsky – Boris Daenen – will perform at the freshly remodeled Buckhead Theater on Saturday June 30th with its primal party experience: ‘DON’T FEED THE ANIMALS‘, an immersive visual wonderland, sub-sonic D&B Sound System, awe inspiring full color laser display and a world class line-up.
When: Saturday June 30th, 2018 – Doors @ 9 pm – 18 and up only
Where: Buckhead Theatre | 3110 Roswell Road, Atlanta, GA 30305
Parking: good luck! Don’t think about parking your wheels at the adjacent shops …
beATL goes to Luzia, the latest Cirque du Soleil’s adventure. We have a group reservation for 25 persons, at a discounted price, for Thursday November 16th at 8 pm. This is an event for the whole family [and friends]! Registrations – with payment – will be first come, first serve.
Interested? Email us with us and we will contact you to arrange for the payment. Registrations are only valid if your payment is received before the deadline of October 15th.
When: Thursday November 16th, 2017 at 8 pm – Meeting Point and time will be confirmed to attendees.
Where: Atlantic Station | 241, 20th St, Atlanta, GA 30363
Price (price level 2):
Children <12: $50
Seniors 65+: $55
Deadline for registration and payment is Sunday October 15.
The Solar Eclipse was the talk-of-the-town yesterday. Many of you shared your experiences with documenting pictures and/or videos via the social media. Some created a pinhole projector and other chased the solar eclipse glasses … Some of you were also published in an article from the VRT where you will recognize the participation of beATLes Francisca and Saskia.
On Saturday May 27th, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra is performing an all-French program at the Atlanta Symphony Hall. The concert will feature pieces by Debussy, Jolivet and Fauré with Christina Smith performing Jolivet’s Flute Concerto and will be followed by a post-concert reception with the artists.
The event is sponsored by Francophonie Atlanta, so in order to get the best price, please enter the promo code “FRANCO” when booking tickets.
When: Saturday May 27th, 2017 @ 8 pm
Where: Atlanta Symphony Hall @ The Woodruff Arts Center | 1280 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA 30309
Saint Nicolas/Sinterklaas will reach Roswell on Saturday December 3rd at 10 am. The Legend will have bags full of presents of all kinds (provided by you, dear parents) and goody bags.
This fun morning, organized by beATL and De Molenwiek, is open to young and young at heart.
When: Saturday December 3rd from 10 am til 12.30 pm
Where: St. David’s Episcopal Church, 1015 Old Roswell Rd, Roswell, GA 30076
Presents [not more than $15/present/child]: must be dropped in advance [see locations days and times below]. Bring a wrapped present for your child(ren) clearly marked with their full name(s).
Registration sheet [write on a piece of paper in block letters 1/ the details of the person in charge in your family with email address and 2/the first and last names of each person in your party] + payment [checks payable to de Molenwiek] must accompany all presents with at the latest with the name(s) of your child(ren) and including all adults attending the party.
Cost: $5.00 per person (child(ren) and adult(s)) – kids aged 2 and under are free but must be registred.
Drop off locations:
Tuesdays 11/8 and 11/15 between 3.45 pm and 6.15 pm at st. Davids Episcopal Church, 1015 Old Roswell Rd., Roswell, GA 30076
Fridays 11/11 and 11/18 between 9 am en 12 pm: Bethel United Methodist Church, room D12, 4385 Lower Roswell Road, Marietta, GA 30068
All other days at the frontdoor of de Molenwiek, 1007 Applegate Dr., Roswell, GA 30076
Our fabulous Devils will be in action for their UEFA EURO Quarter-final tomorrow at 3 pm. Atlantan supporters will meet at Fado Buckhead for an exciting game and make noise from their bar stools. No doubt the Welsh Dragon, with its star man Gareth Bale, is eager to take the win especially after witnessing the incredible victory from Iceland against England. This historical defeat should be a wake up call for our team and they should be vigilant if they want to knock the resilient Welsh out of the tournament!
For full details of the game, from your phone/tablet, go to the Belgian Red Devils Facebook page and you will see ‘schedule’ … click on the relevant game and go to the ‘stats’ tab.
beATL would like to take the opportunity to thank beATL for providing raffle prizes and our Consul General William De Baets for the decor elements!
Good news for our Soccer Fans: yes, you can watch the The European Championship games in Atlanta. And better news: beATL, in collaboration, with Red Devils USA will organize life action for us all to enjoy [details of venue closer to the date]. Belgian attire, attributes and patriotic make-up are a must… Tous Ensemble/Allemaal Samen from June 10 to July 10, 2016!
Belgium is part of Group E that also includes Sweden, Italy and Republic of Ireland. Here are the championships Group Stage games … It will be tough but ô so exciting! Of course, more games to come!
Monday 13 June 2016 – Belgium vs. Italy @ 9 pm Euro time
Saturday 18 June 2016 – Belgium vs. Rep. of Ireland @ 3 pm Euro time
Wednesday 22 June 2016 – Sweden vs. Belgiun @ 9 pm Euro time
Our road to the Final ! So if you tweet, use the following #tousenfrance #euro2016 @BelRedDevils which is the official Twitter of the Belgian Red Devils. On Facebook, follow the dedicated page.
In prep for those super duper important moments, some friendlies are organized. Watch our Devils against Portugal on Tuesday March 29th at 8.45 pm Euro time. beATL will let you know if this one will be aired on our screens.
Side notes for those like me trying to understand the whole thing …
The team of the final tournament host association, France, qualifies automatically for the final tournament.
The 24 teams that qualify for the final tournament into six groups (A, B, C, D, E, F) of four teams each.
Each team plays each of the other teams in the same group once, according to a league system (three points for a win, one for a draw, none for a defeat).
The 6 group winners, 6 group runners-up and the 4 best 3rd-placed teams play the round of 16 in single leg knockout matches.
One of our own, Soprano Francisca Vanherle Maxwell [see previous post], will be performing on Sunday November 8, 2015, at 4pm in the Julia Thompson Smith Chapel at Agnes Scott College in Decatur. You are cordially invited to Church Cantatas by Georg Philip Telemann (1681-1767) performed by the ensemble Philo Melante**, directed … by Francisca’s own sister: Sofie Vanherle, visiting from Brussels! Aaron Cain, baritone, will be the other voice.
Sofie studied at the Flemish and French Conservatoires in Brussels where she obtained First Prize diplomas for seven subjects, including piano , music history, and practical harmony. Since 2012, she is also an active researcher for “Trobador”, a research commission of the Royal Conservatoire of Brussels. The subject of her research is a collection of 150 manuscripts of sacred cantatas by G.P. Telemann that are held in the Library of the Royal Conservatoire of Brussels.
This research project called for the establishment of an ensemble that could concentrate fully on this repertoire, which led to the founding of “PhiloMelante” in October 2013. Its main purpose is to put the results of the research project into practise, and share it with a broad international audience.
When – Sunday November 8, 2015 at 4 pm
Where – Agnes Scott College | Julia Thompson Smith Chapel, 141 E. College Drive, Decatur GA 30030
Free Admission ~ voluntary contributions for the musicians will be encouraged
Nothing to think about! The play Celles d’en haut (Women on top) directed by our Belgian compatriot Olivier Coyette, opens on Friday night – September 11th at 8 pm and will be followed by a Belgian Beer After Party sponsored by the Consulate General of the Kingdom of Belgium in Atlanta, hosted by Genevieve Verbeek, Consul General of Belgium, along with Georges Hoffmann, Honorary Consul General of Luxembourg.
Inspired by sources as varied as Dante’s Inferno, Mann’s The Magic Mountain and film stills by Cindy Sherman, this new play from lauded Quebecois playwright Olivier Kemeid is set in a ’50s establishment, set apart on an isolated mountaintop. Both perceptive and hilarious, the play celebrates women of all ages and the dynamics of their relationships with each other and the world around them.
In collaboration with artists from Brussels, Montreal, Atlanta and Chicago, Théâtre du Rêve and 7 Stages present this powerful work in both English and French.
When – September 10 (Preview in French) – September 20, 2015 at 8 pm (check other times for Sundays)
Tickets – available for both French and English performances! Our Consulate General generously offers 8 tickets first come, first served for the performance on 9/11… Contact Marie-Hélène.
Where – 7 Stages Theatre, 1105 Euclid Ave., Atlanta, GA 30307
Parking – Located in a secure, well-lit, privately run lot behind 7 Stages. The entrance to the lot is located between Ardens Garden Juice Shop and Outback Bicycles. Park-It charges a flat fee of $2 – $7 for a full day of parking, depending on the day. Also metered street parking and free street parking.