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September 12 - 15
PRESALES (reduced prices)
from  AUGUST 24 till SEPT 12
   from Tuesday to Saturday
   Rue Ravenstein 18
   1000 Brussels
   + 32 (0)2 507 82 00
   (payment by credit card)
   Chaussée de Bruxelles 218
   1410 Waterloo
   +32 (0)2 352.09.10
SALES (Full price)
from FROM SEPT 12
@ the concert's place 
Starting 45 minutes before the beginning of the concert
+ 32 (0)471 21 31 60
Phone line available from August 24
Waterloo Saint-Paul

Thursday Sept 12 @ 7:00pm

Waterloo - Eglise St-Paul - 14 drève des chasseurs

Concert MOZART

Sonata for violin & piano in B flat major KV378

Piano quartet No. 2 in E-flat major KV493

Alexei Moshkov - Henri Bonamy - Daniel Rubenstein - Tony Nys - Maja Bogdanovic


12€ - 10€ (under 30, above 60, students & members of the Academy of Waterloo)


14€ - 12€ (under 30, above 60, students & members of the Academy of Waterloo)

Waterloo Saint-Paul

Thursday Sept 12 @ 8:30pm

Waterloo - Eglise St-Paul - 14 drève des chasseurs


Clara Schumann - 3 Romances opus 22

Johannes Brahms - 2 Gesänge opus 91 for mezzo, viola & piano

Richard Strauss - 'Morgen' opus 27 No. 4 for mezzo, 2 violins, viola & cello

Antonin Dvorak - Piano Trio opus 90 'Dumky' 

Daniel Rubenstein - Henri Bonamy - Clotilde Van Dieren - Tony Nys - Dalia Ouziel

- Alexeï Moshkov - Maja Bogdanovic


12€ - 10€ (under 30, above 60, students & members of the Academy of Waterloo)


14€ - 12€ (under 30, above 60, students & members of the Academy of Waterloo)

Waterloo Saint-Paul

PASS Waterloo


2 concerts 




18€ - 15€ (under 30, above 60, students & members of the Academy of Waterloo)


20€ - 17€ (under 30, above 60, students & members of the Academy of Waterloo)

Brussels Jewish Museum

Saturday Sept 14 @ 3:00pm

Brussels - Musée Juif de Belgique - 21, rue des minimes

Concert MOZART

Symphony No. 1 for piano quintet (Allegro molto)

Duo No. 1 for violin & viola KV423 in G major

Mozart Sonata for violin and piano KV296 in C major

'Eine Kleine Nachmusik' KV525 for string quartet

Christoph Schickedanz - Nidhal Jebali - Ron Ephrat - Maja Bogdanovic - Marc Sabbah - Henri Bonamy 

- Daniel Rubenstein - Dalia Ouziel - Michel Strauss


12€ - 10€ (under 30, above 60)


14€ - 12€ (under 30, above 60)

Brussels Jewish Museum

Saturday Sept 14 @ 5:00pm

Brussels - Musée Juif - rue des minimes


Haydn - Piano trio in G major 'Alla Ongarese'

Bloch - 'Prayer' for quintet 2 cellos

Bruch - 'Kol Nidrey' for quintet 2 cellos

Dohnanyi - Sérénade opus 10 for string trio

Christoph Schickedanz - Michel Strauss- Henri Bonamy - Daniel Rubenstein - Nidhal Jebali - Marc Sabbah - Maja Bogdanovic


12€ - 10€(under 30, above 60)


14€ - 12€ (under 30, above 60)


PASS Brussels


2 concerts




18€ - 15€ (under 30, above 60)


20€ - 17€ (under 30, above 60)

Musique à Glabais

Sunday Sept 15 @ 5:00pm

Glabais - Eglise St-Pierre - 1473 Genappe

Mozart - Kegelstatt trio in E-flat major KV498 for violin, viola & piano  

Dietrich - Allegro for violin & piano in A minor

R. Franck - Quartetsatz opus 41 in E-flat major


Brahms - Piano quintet opus 34 in F minor

Alexeï Moshkov - Tony Nys - Henri Bonamy - Daniel Rubenstein - Christoph Schickedanz - Marc Sabbah

- Maja Bogdanovic - Dalia Ouziel - Chihiro Yamamoto - Ron Ephrat - Michel Strauss



14€ - 7€ (under 18)


16€ - 8€ (under 18)

Festival Mozart



5 concerts

This Pass includes tickets for all the concerts of the festival in Waterloo, Brussels and Glabais.


45€ - 40€ (under 30, above 60, students & members of the Academy of Waterloo)


55€ - 50€ (under 30, above 60, students & members of the Academy of Waterloo)

Catering offered by the MAISON DANDOY

Exhibition and meeting with violin maker Fabien Gram

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Alexei Moshkov

Prize Winner of the Soviet Union Competition as well as of the Shostakovitch Chamber music Competition, violinist Alexeï Moshkov entered the famous Moscow Soloists under Yuri Bashmet, touring worldwide with them before becoming concertmaster 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. in a wide repertoire of chamber music.


Henri Bonamy

Pianist Henri Bonamy entered the prestigious “Déclic” Program in 2006, created by Radio France to promote new talents, and has meanwhile established himself on today’s concert platform. Henri Bonami is prize winner in numerous International piano competitions including Geneva, Japan and Alessandro Casagrande in Italy. He obtained post-graduate Meisterklassenpodium in both conducting and piano in Munich Hochschule and subsequently conducting the Münchner Symphoniker, the Saradshvili Orchestra in Tbilissi with Elisso Virsaladze as soloist. Regularly invited in International Music festivals, he has played in important concert halls all over Europe and has also appeared with major orchestras under the direction of conductors such as Jesus Lopez-Cobos, Andrey Boreyko etc. Amongst his chamber music partners are Julia Fischer, Marina Chiche, Wen-Sinn Yang.


Michel Strauss

Principal cello of the Orchestre philharmonique de Radio France from 1980 till 1990,cello professor at the Conservatoire national supérieur de musique de Paris since 1987, French cellist Michel Strauss teaches also at the Royal Conservatory fo The Hague and is a regular guest jury member in International Music Competitions. He has collaborated with reknown composers and artists such as Luciano Berio, Maurice Béjart, Pierre Boulez, Henri Dutilleux, Krzysztof Penderecki ou Philippe Hersant, in cinema with Jean-Luc Godard, as well as with the Music theatre of Avignon. In chamber music, he was the partner of Henriette Puig-Roget, Tibor Varga, Georges Pludermacher, Gérard Jarry, Aldo Parisot, Serge Collot, Maria Belooussova, Jean-Claude Pennetier, Gérard Caussé, Bruno Pasquier et le légendaire Sandor Vegh. Artistic director of the Festival Musique de chambre à Giverny, he has worked with numerous chamber musicians such as Joseph Silverstein Vladimir Mendelssohn, Philippe Berrod, Jean-Claude Vanden Eynden, Gil Sharon etc.


Ron Ephrat

Principal solo-viola of the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra, former viola professor at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague as well as at the Rotterdam conservatory, he was also a founding member of the New European Strings Chamber orchestra [NES], and a member of the Amati Ensemble and the Amati String Trio. Which those ensembles, he has signed many CD recordings and gave world wide concert tours. His recording includes many chamber music works, but also the Bach-Goldberg Variations arranged for string orchestra and other discoveries. Ron Ephrat is also a regular guest at the Glenn Gould Studio in Toronto and is a regular guest in chamber music festivals throughout the world, laying together with a number of renown musicians. He is playing on a Matteo Goffriller made in Venice (1710).


Dalia Ouziel

The career of pianist Dalia Ouziel 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 both as soloist, chamber music and recitals. As a chamber musician, she performed nearly 50 years with violinist Jerrold Rubenstein, as well as a member for nearly 20 years of the Trio à Clavier de Belgique, then of the Guarneri Ensemble, and since 1977 in duo with Orit Ouziel, appearing in International 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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Nidhal Jebali

Tunisian violinist and composer Nidhal Jebali has walked a distinctive path of independence and artistry making his debut as a soloist at the age of 8, the same year he started to compose, receiving his National Diploma of Music, andpresenting his first full solo recital at the age of 12. Graduated from Indiana University Jacobs School of Music where he studied violin with Mimi Zweig and Mark Kaplan, and composition with Don Freund, Claude Baker and Sven-David Sandstrom, he became Concertmaster of the San Juan Orquesta Sinfónicade  and violin professor at the Universidad Nacionalde San Juan (Argentina), jobs he just left, to settle in Belgium and start a Master in conducting at the Conservatoire Royal de Mons. His solo performances includes recitals, conducting and soloist performing concertos by composers such as Khachaturian, Sibelius, Paganini and Mozart. As a composer, his work  include various settings: solo, orchestral works and chamber music.


Chihiro Yamamoto

Chihiro Yamamoto began studying violin at Kyoto City University of Arts with Kyoko Shikata, former concert master of WDR Symphony Orchestra Cologne and attended chamber music courses with her as well as with Yasushi Toyoshima. A member from 2011 til 2014,of Hyogo Performing Arts Center Orchestra, she has played under leading conductors such as Sir Neville Marriner, Stefan Sanderling, Hubert Soudant, Okko Kamu, Vladimir Fedoseyev and Gunter Pichler. From 2014 until 2018, she studied with Daniel Rubenstein at the Royal Conservatoire in Mons. While in Belgium, she has participated in masterclasses with Hagai Shaham in Festival Mozart and Augustin Dumay at the conservatory of Mons,  having also performed chamber music with faculty members such as pianist Hans Ryckelynk. She has performed regularly in Belgium with the orchestra of Opera Ballet Vlaanderen, an orchestra of which she is a permanent member from September 2019 onward.


Maja Bogdanovic

A Laureate of numerous international competitions, cellist Maja Bogdanovic studied at the Paris Conservatoire with Michel Strauss, chamber music under Itamar Golan and Pierre-Laurent Aimard, then in Berlin with Jens-Peter Maintz. She has performed chamber music at many prestigious concert venues and as soloist with the Zürich Tonhalle Orchestra, the Berlin Symphony Orchestra and the Tokyo Philharmonic. Maja Bogdanović's has collaborated a good deal with Krzysztof Penderecki, in particular, and was one of the few performers – alongside such prominent musicians as Anna-Sofia Mutter, Yuri Bashmet and Lorin Maazel – invited to appear at Penderecki's 80th birthday celebrations in Warsaw. She has recorded for several labels and plays a cello built by Frenchman Frank Ravatin.

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Daniel Rubenstein

Violinist Daniel Rubenstein performed as a chamber musician, in recitals or as a soloist, across Europe, Turkey, Israel, South Korea, Japan etc. 1st Prize Winner of several national music competitions, he gave his first concert as a soloist at the age of 15 with the National Orchestra of Belgium, and performed since then more than 200 chamber music works with nearly 100 International artists. He is also the 1st violinist fo the Ensemble Mendelssohn, and violist of Estampes. He also created nearly 30 new works by renowned composers, some dedicated to him. His discography includes 12 CD's which received excellent critics from the International press (Gramophone, Crescendo, Klassik Heute, Fanfare). Graduated with Honors from the Royal Brussels Conservatory (Belgium) and the Indiana University (USA) in 3 instruments (violin, viola & piano), Daniel Rubenstein is violin and viola professor at the Royal Conservatory of Mons (Belgium), Associate Professor in chamber music at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels.


Christoph Schickedanz

One of the most recognized violinists of his generation in Germany, he has been concertizing all over Europe, Northern America and Asia both in standard repertoire of solo and chamber music as well as unjustifiably neglected or forgotten composers. He can refer to numerous first recordings and was also involved in the publication of various first editions. His discography with more than 20 CD productions for the labels Audite, Centaur, cpo, and telos music shows a wide range from the solo to the octet repertoire and has repeatedly attracted special notice by both the audience and the critics. Mr. Schickedanz has also been recording for the most important broadcasting stations in all over Germany, such as BR, SWR, WDR, HR, DLF, Deutschlandradio Berlin. Mr. Schickedanz is currently a member of the Johannes-Kreisler-Piano-Trio, he was concertizing with the Gililov Piano Quartet Berlin (ex Berlin Philharmonic Piano Quartet),  Igor Shukov, Ralf Gotoni, Lilya Silberstein, Julie Kaufmann, Sebastian Manz, Arto Noras, Ingolf Turban, Wen-Sinn Yang etc.


Marc Sabbah

Viola soloist of the Belgian National Orchestra, Guest Principal Violist of the Israeli Philharmonic, Guest viola professor at the Royal Conservatory of Mons (Belgium), his awards include the 1st prize at the 2016 Rising Stars Grand Prix music competition performing solo at the Berlin Philharmonic hall, 1st Grand Prize at the Manhattan International Music Competition with a recital at Carnegie Hall and performed numerous concerti with European orchestras such as the Belgian National Orchestra, Casco Philharmonic, de Filharmonie Amsterdam, the Hochreinisches Kammerorchester. With Belgian pianist Eliane Reyes, he is  forming the Duo Sabbah-Reyes, and gave also performances at the Delft Chamber Music Festival, Utrecht Chamber Music Festival, Grachten Festival Amsterdam, ArteAmanti, Festival van Vlaanderen, Les Sons Intensifs in Belgium, as well as throughout Europe, Israel, Ukraine, Russia, the United States and Canada. 


Tony Nys

As a violist in the Danel Quartet from 1998 till 2005, Tony Nys played worldwide in numerous festivals, recordings and performances of newly composed pieces. Besides he shared the concert stage with renowned artists and ensembles such as the Borodin Quartet, the Brodsky Quartet, the Petersen Quartet, Vladimir Mendelssohn, Garth Knox, Gérard Caussé and Frank Braley. Tony Nys has a special interest in contemporary music and worked with composers as Helmut Lachenmann, Wolfgang Rihm and Pascal Dusapin. With the Danel Quartet, he has been teaching at the Witten-Herdecke University in Germany and at the CNSM in Lyon. Since 2005 he has regularly worked as a freelance musician with Prometheus, Ictus, Ensemble Modern, Explorations, Trio Fenix, TertraLyre… Tony Nys has been viola solo in La Monnaie Symphony Orchestra since 2007 swell as at the Frankfurt Rundfunkorchester. He teaches viola and chamber music at the Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussel and at the Fontys Muziekhogeschool in Tilburg.


Clotilde van Dieren

Mezzo Clotilde van Dieren sang in various opera productions and oratorio in France, Belgium, Italy and the Netherlands, such as Nozze di Figaro (Marcellina), Traviata (Annina), Elisir d’amore (Gianetta), La Sonnambula (Lisa), Bernstein Trouble in Tahiti, Pergolesi Stabat Mater, Duruflé Requiem, Mozart C minor Mass in San Giovanni Rotondo, Bach Matthaüs Passion… She was invited at Festival d’Automne in Paris, Ateneo Veneto, Brussels Summer Festival, Festival des Midis-Minimes, Nuits musicales de Beloeil, Festival de l’Eté Mosan, Festival de Vochora, Concertini of La Monnaie/De Munt, Concerts de Midi de Liège, in Basel, in Bechstein concert hall in New York, in Belgorioca Festival (Rio de Janeiro), in Siaulai Festival, singing also Berlioz « Les Nuits d’été » with Lithuanian National Opera Orchestra at Tytuvenai Festival. She performed with Philippe Graffin Weigl « Ein Stelldichein » with string sextet, with Alfama string quartet, accordionist Gwen Cresens, pianists Mehdi Trabelsi, Alicia Conrad, Justas Servenikas, Henry Cramer etc.

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