Copyright - Festival Mozart - 2018

HISTORY

Musicians who have participated in the festival since 1995

listed by First name and by instrument

PIANO

Abdel-Rahman El Bacha

Alexander Paley —

Arnon Erez 

André De Groote

Boris Berezofsky

Brigitte Engerer —

Daniel Blumenthal

Dalia Ouziel

David Lively —

Dominique Cornil —

Eliane Reyes —

Emmanuel Strosser —

Frank Braley —

Huseyin Sermet —

Jean-Claude Vanden Eynden 

Jeremy Menuhin —

Johan Schmidt —

Laura Mikkola —

Laurent Martin —

Marianne Rubenstein —

Muhiddin Dürrüoglu —

Orit Ouziel —

Pascal Sigrist —

Peter Frankl —

Roberte Mamou

VIOLIN

Alexeï Moshkov —

Alyssa Margulis 

Andrew Hardy 

Charles Wieder —

Constantin Bogdanas —

Daniel Rubenstein

Florin Szigeti —

Gil Sharon —

Gordan Nikolitch 

Hagaï Shaham —

Jerrold Rubenstein —

Liviu Prunaru —

Marc Gothoni

Marina Chiche —

Mihaela Martin —

Mirjam Tschopp

Olivier Charlier

Paul Rosenthal —

Peter Zazofsky

Philippe Koch

Prya Mitchell

Raphael Oleg

Saskia Lethiec —

Sylvia Marcovici

Tatiana Samouil —

Véronique Bogaert 

Yaïr Benaïm

Yoshiko Araï

Yuzuko Horigome

VIOLA

Daniel Rubenstein —

Raphaël Aubry —

Roland Glassl —

Ron Ephrat —

Thérèse-Marie Gilissen —

Vlad Bogdanas

Vladimir Mendelssohn

CELLO

Alexander Dmitriev —

David Cohen —

Didier Poskin 

Dorel Fodoreanu

Franz Helmerson —

Herre-Jan Stegenga

Hillel Zori —

Justus Grimm —

Luc Dewez

Luis Claret

Marc Coppey —

Marie Hallynck —

Micha Haran —

Michel Strauss

Mirel Iancovici —

Seppo Kimanen

DOUBLE BASS

Christian Vanderborght

Dimitar Ivanov —

Gergana Terzlyska —

Koenraad Hofman —

Micha Haran —

Wolfgang Güttler

CLARINET

Darko Brlek

Jean-Luc Votano

Michel Lethiec —

Pascal Moraguès

FLUTE

Marc Grauwels —

Nozomi Kanda —

Philipe Bernold

BASSOON

Etienne Bouldreaut —

Francis Pollet

OBOE

Joris Van Den Hauwe

Sylvain Cremers

 

HORN

Francis Orval

Ivo Haderman —

Jean-Pierre Dassonville

HARP

Ingrid Procureur —

Susanna Mildonian

CEMBALO

Malaika Colard

GLASS-HARMONICA

Thomas Bloch

VOICE

Dinah Bryan —

Jeanette Thompson —

José Van Dam —

Lena Hoel

Ludovic de San —

Marie-Nicole Lemieux

ACTOR

Alain Carré

Mareike Schnitker

Pierre Byland

YOUNG ARTISTS

Adrien Tyberghein double bass

Alyssia Hondekijn harp

Chihiro Yamamoto violin

Clément Holvoet viola

Jean-Samuel Bez violin

Kosta Pavosky —clarinet

Laurent Houque violin

Manon Stassen violin

Marta Costa Soares double bass

Sophie Ackermann violin & viola

 

CHAMBER ENSEMBLE

Duo Orit & Dalia Ouziel —

Ensemble Mendelssohn —

Quatuor Danel  —

Quatuor Enesco —

Sharon Quartet —

CHOIR

Chœur Florilège – Jacqueline Detroze —

CHAMBER ORCHESTRA

Namur Chamber Orchestra - dir. Ayrton Desimpelaere

Les Solistes de Waterloo - dir. Ulysse Waterlot —

Wallonia Royal Chamber Orchestra – Jean-François Chamberlan —

Waterloo Chamber Orchestra – dir. Ulysse Waterlot —

&

Alexandre Debrus cello

Caridad Galindo —piano

Martine Visée piano

—Nadine Delsaux piano—

Nathalie Houtmann —flûte à bec 

Ronald Van Spaendonck —clarinette

Tigran Maytesian —violon

Nearly 180 concerts & 130 musicians invited since 1995

Created with the support of Minister Serge Kubla, Mayor of Waterloo, the Festival Mozart is a unique festival inviting an exceptional umber of International musicians staying in residence in Waterloo and performing together at nearly every concerts of the festival.

The founders of the festival, who were also the Artistic Directors from 1996 till 2009, are pianist Dalia Ouziel, violinist Jerrold Rubenstein and violist Vladimir Mendelssohn.

 

Since 2009, the Artistic direction has been taken over by Daniel Rubenstein, himself violinist, violist and pianist.

The festival broaden its activities since 2012 by adding Masterclasses open to young musicians, a Young Artists program which is selecting some young very promising musicians and presenting them to the public in groups where they play together with the musicians of the festival, as well as th addition of exhibitions, catering, successions of concerts, making the Festival Mozart not only a great musical event but also a delightful meting place.