The show also marked 175 years of Belgiumâ€™s independence and 25 years of her federation.
The concert featured Belgian concert artistes and senior music teachers from Kampala Music School.
Jonathan Adam (above), 11, son to the Belgian ambassador Koenraad Adam, staged the most ecstatic performance, which drove the audience crazy.
The confident Jonathan displayed incredible piano wizardry as he played Lodewijk Mortelmansâ€™ Melodisch interludium and Wim Mertensâ€™ Struggle for pleasure.
Violinist Emma Nason and pianist Myriam Vandezande, who performed Eugene Ysayeâ€™s Reve dâ€™enfant, shone prominently as they displayed amazing artistry.
Their awesome performance projected the image of the Leuven Conservatoire.
Pianist Paul Kigenza, Paul Luggya and cellist David Edwards, who performed with a sense of feeling, also excited the audience.
A choral performance by Astrid Belliot, Betty Nayiga, Francois Michaux, Muteesaasira and Wilfred Kabengwa also worked up guests.
15 years of independence