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September 9
Anchor 2



Chemin de l'Eglise Saint-Pierre

B- 1473 Genappe

in collaboration with Musique à Glabais

Concerts I


14h30 Mozart Prelude

Complete works for clarinet and strings ( concert 1 )
Quartet for clarinet and strings in E-flat major KV 374f
Quartet for clarinet and strings in F major KV 496

Aysegül Kirmanoglu - Daniel Rubenstein - Vincent Hepp - Johannes Burghoff


15h30 Expressions

melodies for shinobue (Japanese flute)

Cl. Debussy: Sonata for violin and piano (1917)
D. Shostakovitch: Piano trio No. 2 opus 67 (1944)


Nozomi Kanda - Alexeï Moshkov - Johan Schmidt - Justus Grimm - Dalia Ouziel

Catering (drinks and light food will be offered, in presence of the musicians) 


Concerts II

17h30 Mozart Prelude

Complete works for clarinet and strings ( concert 2 )
Allegro for quintet with clarinet in B-flat major 
Quintet for clarinet and strings
 in A major KV 581


Aysegül Kirmanoglu

Ensemble Mendelssohn (Daniel Rubenstein - Sophie Ackermann - Vincent Hepp - Catherine Lebrun)


18h30 Romantisme
Fr. Schubert: Sonata 'Arpeggione' for cello and piano
J. Brahms: Piano quartet No. 1 opus 25 "Alla Ongarese"

Justus Grimm - Dalia Ouziel - Alexeï Moshkov - Vincent Hepp - Johan Schmidt 

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SALES @ the venue
Starting 45 minutes before each Mozart Prélude
Presale 14 €
16€ the day of the concerts
This includes 2 concerts, a Mozart Prelude and the concert which follows
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Alexei Moshkov

Prize Winner of the Soviet Union Competition as well as of the Shostakovitch Chamber music Competition, he entered the famous Moscow Soloists under Yuri Bashmet, touring worldwide with them before becoming concertmater at the National Orchestra of Belgium. He performed as soloist many important concertos, and is a dedicated pedagogue. As a chamber musician, he performed with famous artists such as Sviatoslav Richter, Yuri Bashmet, Natalia Gutman, Viktor Tretyakov, Boris  Berezovsky, Michel Portal, Augustin Dumay and many others, and is now a regular member of the Roeland Hendrikx Ensemble. 


Vincent Hepp

Viola-solo at the Liege Philharmonic Orchestra, then at the Wallonia Royal Opera House before becoming soloist at the "Monnaie" Symphony Orchestra in Brussels, Vincent Hepp graduated with high honors at the Brussels Conservatory in violin and viola, as well as at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel and the Musikhochschule Frankfurt. Prize winner of several national and international competitions, he is a founding member of the Taurus Quartet, member of the Ensemble Mendelssohn, and performs actively as a chamber musician with the Ensemble Modern, Oxalys, Het Collectief etc. Vincent Hepp is teaching at the Liège and Brussels Royal Conservatoires where he also served in 2016-17 as viola professor.


Dalia Ouziel

Dalia Ouziel career has brought her to perform throughout Europe, the USA, Canada, Israel, Africa and Brazil mainly as a chamber musician, but also as soloist., performing with most important orchestras in Belgium, as well as for national radios and televisions, all which eflects in her discography of nearly 30 CD's and LP's. As a chamber musician, she performed nearly 50 years with violinist Jerrold Rubenstein, as well as a member of the Guarneri Ensemble, and since 1977 in duo with Orit Ouziel, appearing in festivals with musicians such as Alexander Dmitriev, Vladimir Mendelssohn, Robert Levin, Mihaela Martin, Frans Helmerson, Olivier Charlier, Matt Haïmovitz, Massimo Quarta, Alexander Rudin, Roland Pôntinen, Robert Cohen, Gil Sharon, Truls Mork, Hagai Shaham, Eugène Fodor, Philippe Hirshhorn, Vadim Repin, the Sharon Quartet and the Amati Ensemble etc.

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Aysegül Kirmanoglu

Born in Istanbul, Principal clarinetist of the Istanbul State Symphony and Tekfen Philharmonic Orchestra, First prize of the Leopold Bellan competition in Paris, Ayşegül Kirmanoğlu was the very first to play the clarinet concertos of composers such as A. Copland, G. Finzi and C.V. Stanford in Turkey. She performed in many countries such as France, Russia, England, Ecuador, China, and throughout Turkey. In 2010 she recorded her first CD with the flutist Sibel Kumru Pensel, the conductor Naci Ozguc and the Mersin Chamber Orchestra, later on recording 2 CDs of chamber music : Nice'tanbul and Trio Giocoso. In 2014 she won the first prize of Year's best wind instrument performer at Donizetti Classical Music Awards organised by Andante classical music magazine


Justus Grimm

German cellist Justus Grimm won the first prize at the Música Maria Canals competition in Barcelona. With Florian Wiek, he recorded the cello sonatas from Beethoven, Brahms and Shostakovich and, with flutist Christina Fassbender, several works of Weber, Mendelssohn and Farrenc. In 2009, these three musicians, known also as the Trio Wiek, released a CD devoted to Philippe Gaubert which obtained five Diapason stars. Justus Gimm performs regularly as a soloist, and is an active international chamber musician. As a pedagogue, he is cello professor at the Royal Flemish Conservatory of Music in Antwerp.


Johan Schmidt

Pianist Johan Schmidt has distinguished himself in numerous international piano competitions : Queen Eliisabeth in Brussels, Tchaïkovsky in Moscow, Van Cliburn in Fort Worth (USA), Maria Callas (Athene) and 1st prize in the Japan International Competition (Tokyo).  Performing regularly as soloist under renowned conductors around the world and appeared in noted concert halls (Munich, Berlin, Amsterdam, Paris, Tokyo, Moscow, Athene, Brussels, Tel-Aviv, Shangai, Quindao, Dailan etc.). As a chamber musician, her performed regularly with musicians such as Augustin Dumay, Ronald Van Spaendonck, Laurent Breuninger, Elsa Grether, the America String Quartet, Eyal Shiloach and the Mahler Piano Quartet. He has been seen on many Important TV channel, Radios and has a comprehensive discography with many CD's.


Nozomi Kanda

Nozomi Kanda's concerts have seen her perform in Belgium (Flagey, MIM, Festival des Midi-Minimes, Ars Musica, Festival Mozart, Festival de Wallonie), Spain, France, Luxembourg, Norway, Tunisia and her home country Japan. Nozomi Kanda developed an interest in the shinobue, a traditional Japanese flute, and studied with renowned traditionnal flutist Kohei Nishikawa. Since then, she regularly gives Japanese music concerts with Japanese instruments. Her discography includes "4 Reasons" with 4tempi (flute quartet), "Early 20th century Jewels" which received excellent reviews in the International press, with viola, cello, double bass and harp, a CD with the Tokyo-Bruxelles Trio, and a solo Album "Sky Echo" mixing Japanese contemporary and Traditioal music with flute and shinobue, guitar, shamisen, koto and voice.

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Ensemble Mendelssohn

Founded in 2002, the Ensemble Mendelssohn's repertoire centres around the rich but often unexplored string quintets and sextets literature, with or without piano, collaborating with guests musicians in an extended repertoire with clarinet, harp, flute etc. The Ensemble Mendelssohn performed among others in important Venues in Turkey, Japan and in Belgium, mixing the standard repertoire with works rarely played and is collaborating with nowadays composers in order to promote these forms of chamber music in today's music. This includes creations of quintets and sextets of composers such as Jean-Pierre Deleuze, Stéphane Orlando Taïko, Hajime Fukagawa, Guillaume Auvray, Ola Gjeilo, as well as recordings of Anna Segal’s quintet for clarinet and strings, Concertino for harp, clarinet and string quintet, and Suite for oboe, harp and string quintet (CD label Harp&Co) and Michel Lysight 3 Croquis for string quintet (CD label Contréclisse). New CD recordings are planned in 2019.

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Daniel Rubenstein, violin - Sophie Ackermann, violin - Vincent Hepp, viola - Johannes Burghoff, cello - Catherine Lebrun, cello

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