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Wim De Pauw

photo Wim De PauwWim De Pauw completed his music studies at the Lemmens Institute, where he graduated and gained several First Prizes.

From 1983 to 1985 he is employed as a trombone player by the Belgian National Orchestra. Being a freelancer he often rendered his cooperation to La Monnaie, the Federal Opera House in Brussels.

He is a permanent member of the Giovanni Gabrieli Art in Brass Ensemble and the Modern Brass Quintet.

Several concerts and noteworthy concert tours made him perform on national and international stages.

At present he works as a music pedagogue in Art Education as well as in Daytime Education.

He is a regular guest at ‘Jeugd en Muziek Vlaanderen’. The intensive collaboration between Wim and the young people resulted in ensembles, concerts and productions for musical theatre, all based on their own compositions.

On top of that he holds the position of organ player in the Sint-Pieters Church of the deanery in Torhout.

Recent projects:

Cd recordings and concert tour with folk artist Jan De Wilde

Conductor and composer of the concert series Happy X-mas

Composer and artistic director of Musica EXteRA

Working for ‘Jeugd en muziek Vlaanderen’

Concert in the cathedral of Brugge in 2011

Composer theatre production Hekab, Malpertuus Tielt

Celebration concert City of Torhout, 75 years College TorhoutWim De Pauw

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Georges Moreau

photo GeorgesMoreauGeorges Moreau (°1968) is a Belgian conductor, producer and arranger.
He studied at the Royal Conservatoire of Brussels and Antwerp and at the LUCA School of Arts, campus Lemmens in Leuven. He obtained final degrees for tuba, music theory (harmony and counterpoint), music history, chambre music and conducting. 

Georges Moreau performed in most of the European countries and in the USA. Presently he teaches ensemble, music theory and arranging at the Conservatorium in Hasselt and at the Academy of Tongeren. He also works as a recording director and takes part in multiple juries across Europe. 

Since 2018, there is a close collaboration between Georges Moreau and Golden River Music. He launched and supervises the serie ‘Classical Wind Editions’ and the related ‘Students Series’. With ‘Classical Wind Editions’ Golden River Music releases on an annual basis several classical, high quality arrangements, arranged by Georges Moreau for wind ensembles.

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Wouter Simoens

photo SimoensWouterWouter Simoens, born in 1980 in Kortrijk, Belgium, first started studying music at the age of 9 at the academy of arts, Wakken. Three years later he was taking piano lessons at the Waregem academy of arts with Bernard Baert. At 14 he studied piano at the school of arts of the Lemmens institute, Leuven with Paule Van Parys and later, at 18, with the Hungarian pianist Levente Kende, also attending masterclasses at Noth, France. He subsequently studied piano and composition at the Royal Conservatory, Ghent, with composer Frank Nuyts. Currently Wouter teaches piano and composes for a wide variety of ensembles and genres, including music for films.
With his perfect pitch, at an early age, 11, Wouter started writing small compositions for solo piano, chamber groups and even orchestras, in the style of Mozart, who was the first classical composer with whose works he became familiar. As he gradually moved towards a mature style his composition moved more towards the romantic.
To date, Wouter has won three prizes:
Winner of Jong Tenuto 1997 with his own work 'Mors Janua Vitae', for piano.
A prize at the 'August De Boeck' composition competition in 1998 with the piano work 'Raptus'.
Winner of the 'Together for Peace' music competition in 2009 with the piano work 'Nocturne'.
He has received commissions to work for the VRT, and was also asked to compose the music for a documentary on Flemish painter Roger Raveel.
His major work 'Cassiopeia', for large wind band and mixed choir, is currently being performed at Tienen in Belgium and Stordal in Norway.

"...For me, creating a composition is a quest for the intuitive ordering of sounds which trigger a specific and subtle atmosphere. The atmosphere that is created this way is important, because it is the pathway to ecstasy. Music is something intangible, yet it touches us and brings us to rapture. It is a journey that everyone experiences differently. Music is a universal language that can penetrate deep into your soul..."
Visit my personal site: www.woutersimoens.com to hear a variety of my compositions.

 

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Frédéric Quinet

photo QuinetFrédéricFréric Quinet is born in Nancy, in the region Grand Est. At the age of 7 he begins his musical education in a local band. Impressed by a film of Ennio Morricone, he chooses to learn to play the trumpet.

In 2006 Fréric obtains a degree in musicology at the University of Franche-Comté, also a degree for trumpet and chamber music in the class of Pierre Kumor at the Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régional de Besançon.

From 2006 till 2008 he goes to Paris to study trumpet with Eric Aubier. The result is a degree and a golden medal for musical education at the Conservatoire à Rayonnement Départemental de Montreuil-sous-Bois.

In 2008 he enters the class of Manu Mellaerts at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels where he gained a Master Degree in 2013.

During his stay in Belgium he seizes the opportunity to study harmony, counterpoint, orchestration and composition with Jan dHaene, Ann Kuppens en Jan van Landegem.

In 2013 he travels to Canada to start a didactic training. In 2015 he graduates with the help of his teacher Francis Dubé, he gets also a degree for trumpet with Trent Sanheim at the University Laval in Québec. As soon as he arrives in Canada he receives a scholarship, which allowes him to complete his study with James Thompson, professor at the Eastman School of Music of Rochester in USA (2013-2014).

Nowadays he freelances regularly in lOrchestre Symphonique de Québec.

He founded the brass quintet Boréal Brass.

He was able to play with the Symphonic Orchestra of Drummondville, lOpéra du Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean, lOrchestre Symphonique Victor Hugo de Besançon, lOrchestre de lOpéra La Monnaie Bruxelles and more recently with the brass quintet Buzz Brass from Montréal.

He is repeatedly asked to play solo in concerts in Belgium, France, Québec and South Africa.

As a young teacher, Fréric, gave courses and workshops in Europe and America. Currently he teaches in his private studio, which he bought in 2015 (www.fredericquinet-studio.com) and since 2017 he is professor trumpet at the Conservatoire de Musique de Saguenay à Chicoutimi.

The compositions and arrangement of Fréric Quinet are published by Golden River Music and online by Sheet Music Plus.

https://www.fredericquinet-studio.com/

https://www.facebook.com/boreal.brass/

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCivp7r6fPZOs8ffbtu8alQ

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Gabriel Sivak

Gabriel Sivak is a French-Argentinean composer and pianist. He was born in 1979 and currently resides in Paris. He is a graduate of the Sorbonne University, where he studied Musicology, and Composition in the Pole Superieur Paris Boulogne where he obtained a DNSMP with a special jury mention in Edith Canat de Chizy's class. Mr. Sivak also studied with Eric Tanguy, Philippe Leroux, and Adrián Mcdonnel (Orchestra Directing.) In 2009 he obtained a scholarship from the Williamson foundation to study a with Thierry Blondeau at the Musicalta Academy.

Mr. Sivak's works have been performed by renowned ensembles and soloists:
soloists from France's National Orchestra, Radio France Children's Choir, the Musique de l'air Orchestra, the Youth Choir of Paris, Voce Quartet, Ars Nova Ensemble, Court-Circuit Ensemble, 2e2m Ensemble, Tm+ Ensemble, Ensemble Cairn, Itinéraire Ensemble, Petites Mains Symphoniques, Patrick Gallois, Jean François Heisser, Nestor Marconi, Pascal Contet, Marianne Piketty and Lucienne Renaudin Vary.

His work has also been performed in important festivals and performance spaces such asthe Salle Gaveau, Pulsar Festival (Copenhaguen), Palais de Congres of París, Musée d'Orsay, Festival Nuits Romanes, Scène Nationale of Poitiers, Maison de la Musique of Nanterre, the Havana Comtemporary Music Festival, Tenso Days (Belgium), Composers House of St. Petersburg, the Festival Scènes du Jura, and the Music Festival in Iguazú (Argentina.)

In 2006 Sivak founded the Contramarca Ensemble, dedicated to performing his original compositions. Contramarca performed in France, Andorra, Switzerland, and Argentina (Cervantes National Theater, the Jewish Art and History Museum of Paris, the Music for Living Festival, Espace 1789 and the Alliance Francaise of Buenos Aires.)

Sivak received the following awards:

-Institut de France/ Académie de Beaux Arts (France)
-Juan Carlos Paz (Argentina)
-Three centuries of classical romance ( Russia)
-Torino International Contest (Italia)
-National Fund of the Arts Argentina)
-Innova Música (España)
-National Compsers Tribune (Argentina)
-Antibes City ( Francia)

In 2015 he was nominated to the Grand Prix of Lyceens for his record "Ciudades Limítrofes."

He was commissioned works by Radio France, Radio France's Children's Choir, Picardie Orchestra, Ensamble Ars Nova, Strasburgo Percussions, Ophélie Gaillard, Patrick Langot, Paris Youth Choir, Choral Arts French Institue and Petites Mains Symphoniques.

His original musical works have been published by Gerard Billaudot (Gauthier Capuçon Collection), Ricordi, and Golden River Music.

Discography

-Tango Nuevo (Actual Records, Barcelona, 2003)
-Puente al Sur (Dobimar Marítima, Argentina, 2005)
-Un eco de palabras( Mogno music, Bélgica, 2009)
-Ciudades Limítrofes (Radio France/ Plombage records, 2013)
-Musique pour réveiller un éléphante (M'Com Music, France, 2015)
-Músicas de Ginastera y Sivak (Klarthe, France, 2016).

In 2014, he arranged and produced Ophélie Gaillard's 'Alvorada'(Aparté Music.) This record featured renowned Brazilian artist Toquinho and was a sales hit as well as a critically acclaimed by the European Press.

As a piano player, Sivak has accompanied Toquinho, Maria Creuza, Ophélie Gaillard, Emmanuel Rossfelder, Rudi Flores, Gustavo Gancedo, Sandra Rumolino, Cesar Stroscio, Elba Picó, Mamour Ba, in more than 15 countries (Teatro Gran Rex of Buenos Aires, Ile de France Festival, Teatro Amadeo Roldàn of Cuba, Festival Mitos of Italie, Espace Senghor of Bruselas, Chambord Festival, Municipal theater of Túnez, University of Barcelona, Oslo Cosmopolitan Theater, O Hote Clube of Lisboa.)

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