Artists

Korneel Bernolet

Korneel Bernolet (b. 1989) is active as both a harpsichordist and a conductor.At the age of 19, he made his début with La Petite Bande (Sigiswald Kuijken). From then onwards, he is ...

Bob van der Ent

Bob van der Ent (1982) began his violin studies with Lauri Vreeken-Bos at the age of five and subsequently studied with Jan Repko, Davina van Wely and Herman Krebbers. In 1993 he w ...

Ensemble Rossignol

Ensemble Rossignol (nightingale) owes its name to its first series of performances in 1998 built around De virtuoze zang van het Engels Nachtegaeltje (The virtuoso song of the Engl ...

Duo Seraphim

Margot Kalse studied Dutch, and specialized in Renaissance Literature at Leiden University. She then studied solo singing at the Royal Conservatoire of The Hague; and she specializ ...

Grand Désir

Grand Désir’s artistic directors Anita Orme Della-Marta (Recorder, Harp) and Anne-Marieke Evers (Mezzo-Soprano) met at the beginning of their musical studies at the Conservatorium ...

Barocco Locco

The international ensemble Barocco Locco was founded in 1985 by Fritz Heller to perform music of the 16th and 17th centuries with the instruments and performance practice of the pe ...

La Barca Leyden

La Barca Leyden entlehnt ihren Namen von zwei Liedern “La Barca” (“die Schute”) und “Fortuna guida” von 1611 des Komponisten, Stadtmusikers und Organisten der Pieterskerk und der H ...

Stephanie Proot

The Belgian pianist Stephanie Proot (°1987) studied at the ‘Royal Music Conservatory of Antwerp’ with Levente Kende. In addition, she pursued the ‘Diplôme Supérieur de Concertiste’ ...

Studium Chorale

Studium Chorale has been active as a professional chamber choir since 2005. It is directed by Hans Leenders or specialized guest conductors. The choir was founded in 1972 and has d ...

Anneleen Lenaerts

The harmony she produces touches everyone directly…the music is hers as if she were speaking. Everything appears effortless: whether in most virtuoso transitions or moments of the ...

Eddy Vanoosthuyse

Eddy Vanoosthuyse (1959, Kortrijk, Belgium) is the solo clarinetist at the Brussels Philharmonic/Flemish Radio Orchestra and professor clarinet at the Royal Conservatory of Ghent.  ...

Stephan Pas

Stephan Pas studied clarinet and conducting at the Royal Conservatory of Music in The Hague. He continued his studies in Germany at the Musikhochschule Trossingen with Walter Hügle ...

Màtè Szücs

Màtè Szücs was born into a musical family in Debrecen in Hungary in 1978, where he started his violin studies with Zs. Szesztay. He was eleven when he won the Special Prize of the ...

Freddy Arteel

Freddy Arteel, one of Europe’s fi nest clarinettists, has performed throughout the world as soloist and chamber musician for more than four decades. Until his retirement in 2000 he ...

Liebrecht Vanbeckevoort

Liebrecht Vanbeckevoort was born on September 26, 1984, in Mechelen, Belgium. Liebrecht obtained his master degree for piano with the greatest distinction from the Brussels Royal C ...

Ill Concerto Barocco

Founded by artistic leader Andrew Read in 2002, Ill Concerto Barocco specializes in ‘early music’, which in this case means music written between 1600 and 1800. To this ...

Johan Brouwer

Johan Brouwer (1943) studied organ under Wim van Beek and music theory under Frans van Eeden at the Groningen conservatory, then harpsichord at the Amsterdam conservatory. After hi ...

Duo Switch

The initial aim of Switch was to discover the existing repertoire for this combination; now, new works by talented young composers are being added. The name Switch was adopted from ...