At the Kaaitheatre tonight we saw the sublime fusion of Steve Reich’s music (Drumming) and Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker”s choreography. Drumming is mesmerising. The dancers ebb and flow, dwindle and reappear, dance alone or in seemingly unconnected groups, and all the while the percussionists work their way through the phases, from drums to xylophones and back. The fact that such path-breaking pieces of music and dance are so freely available at such a high level of quality is a good example of why Brussels is reservedly renowned as one of Europe’s great cultural capitals. Long may it, and Belgian choreography, continue to prosper!