Brilliant laureate of the Belgian Queen Elisabeth International Musical Contest in 1980, Véronique Bogaerts is pursuing a remarkable solo and concert career, both in Belgium and abroad.
He was twice awarded First Price in international contests of classic guitar: the “Oscar Espla” price in 1977, Alicante (Spain) followed by the “Andrès Segovia” price in 1979, Palma de Majorque.
Born in Poland, Tomasz Tomaszewski studied at the Music Academy of Warsaw with Professeur Wronski.
He is undoubtedly one of the Belgian flautists most catching the limelight today. He owes this to his talent, his dynamic and generous personality but equally to his innate sense of communication.
After a few years of Suzuki method with Ruben Riverra, she enters in the Academy, in the class of Viviane Spanoghe. She went on with the class of Claudine Steenackers
At 15 years, she was admitted in the Royal Conservatory of Brussels in the class of the renowned Marie Hallynck.
Claudia was born in Hambourg where, after having studied violine, she follows high classes of "Lied" and lyric art. Simultaneously, she started giving numerous in Germany and abroad.
Her talent provided her a grand prize in « Lied et Oratorio » in Clermont-Ferrand, France.
Born in Brussels, the pianist Jean-Claude Vanden Eynden became laureate of the Queen Elisabeth contest at only 16 years. Immediately, he started a soloist carrier that will made him travelling all over the world.
Christian Beldi is one of the most influential musical personalities of the present, being internationally acclaimed as a piano virtuoso and subtle chamber musician as well as a teacher for both piano and chamber music.