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Jean-Claude Vanden Eynden
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Biography
Jean-Claude Vanden Eynden was only sixteen when he became a laureate of the Queen Elisabeth Competition in 1964. That highly valued honour marked the launch of a brilliant career that has taken him to the world’s finest concert halls and the most celebrated festivals, including the festivals of Korsholm (Finland), Umea (Sweden), Prades and La Chaise-Dieu (France), Delft (The Netherlands), Seoul (Korea), and Stavelot and Seneffe (Belgium). He has been invited to play with a great many symphony and chamber orchestras, including the St Petersburg Symphony Orchestra, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (London), the Residentie Orkest of The Hague, and the National Orchestra of Belgium. He has worked with eminent conductors such as Paul Kletzky, Rudolf Barshai, and Yuri Temirkanov. As a chamber musician he has played with a number of outstanding Belgian and international partners, including Véronique Bogaerts, Marie Hallynck, Augustin Dumay, Silvia Marcovici, Mihaela Martin, Miriam Fried, Gérard Caussé, Frans Helmerson, José Van Dam, Walter Boeykens, the Enesco Quartet, the Melos Quartett, the Quatuor Ysaÿe, and the Ensemble César Franck. His vast and impressive repertoire includes the complete works for solo piano of Maurice Ravel. He is currently an emeritus professor at the Royal Brussels Conservatory and teaches at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel. In 2004 he reorganised the school founded in 1977 by his own teacher as the Eduardo del Pueyo Musical Centre and became its artistic director.
Activities
ActivityFunction
Final piano 2013Member of the jury
Semi-final piano 2013Member of the jury
First round piano 2013Member of the jury
PIANO 2013Member of the jury
DVD preselection piano 2013Member of the DVD preselection jury
Final piano 2007Member of the jury
Semi-final piano 2007Member of the jury
First round piano 2007Member of the jury
PIANO 2007Member of the jury
DVD preselection piano 2007Member of the jury
Concert proposed by the Philharmonic Society for the 50th Anniversary of the Competition - Violin 2001Soloist
Final piano 1995Member of the jury
Semi-final piano 1995Member of the jury
First round piano 1995Member of the jury
PIANO 1995Member of the jury
Prelude concert to the final violin 1993Soloist
Final piano 1991Member of the jury
Semi-final piano 1991Member of the jury
First round piano 1991Member of the jury
PIANO 1991Member of the jury
Final piano 1987Member of the jury
Semi-final piano 1987Member of the jury
First round piano 1987Member of the jury
PIANO 1987Member of the jury
Gala concert violin 1985 - European year of MusicSoloist
Final piano 1983Member of the jury
Semi-final piano 1983Member of the jury
First round piano 1983Member of the jury
PIANO 1983Member of the jury
Final 1980: Yuzuko HorigomePianist accompanist
Semi-final 1980: Yuzuko HorigomePianist accompanist
Semi-final 1980: Ruriko TsukaharaPianist accompanist
VIOLIN 1980Pianist
PIANO 1978Member of the jury
Final 1967: Joshua EpsteinPianist accompanist
Gala concert 1964: Jean-Claude Vanden EyndenSoloist
Laureates' concert 1964: Jean-Claude Vanden EydenSoloist
Final 1964: Jean-Claude Vanden EyndenSoloist
PIANO 1964Third Prize
Audio
Final 1967: Joshua Epstein
Béla Bartók : Rhapsodie n. 1
Final 1980: Yuzuko Horigome
Johannes Brahms : Sonata n. 1 in G major op. 78 (Pianist accompanist : Jean-Claude Vanden Eynden)
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