Aldo Baerten is principal flutist at the Antwerp Symphony Orchestra. He is professor of flute at the Royal Conservatoire in Antwerp and Hogeschool der Kunsten Utrecht. He is appointed for the Lehrauftrag Querflöte at the Musikhochschule Köln/Aachen. He gives masterclasses and concerts on 4 continents.

Peter Verhoyen is principal piccolo at the Antwerp Symphony Orchestra. He is professor piccolo at the Royal Conservatoire Antwerp and senior lecturer piccolo at the Kunstuniversität Graz. As a piccolo specialist, he regularly gives masterclasses and piccolo recitals in Europe, Australia, North and South America.

Blaž Snoj obtained a master degree flute with high distinction (class Aldo Baerten) and piccolo (class Peter Verhoyen) at the Royal Conservatoire Antwerp. At the Dutch International Flute Competition was the winner of a special prize. He is sub principal flute and principal piccolo of the Nederlands Camerata and works as a free-lance musician with several orchestras in Belgium and Slovenia.


In her growing practice Helga Henckens teaches Alexander Technique individually. She cooperates free-lance with several professional associations and organizations for different performers e.g. clowns, dancers, singers, horsemen, children’s choirs, marathon runners, teachers at music academies, teachers of senior sports.

Stefan De Schepper won prizes in several piano competitions including Bach competition, Cantabile competition, Belfius Classics and Durlet competition. He gave concerts throughout Europe and the USA. He accompanies flute & piccolo classes at the Royal Conservatoire in Antwerp & performs & composes theatre productions for children.

Pieter-Jan Verhoyen is a pianist with a passion for historically informed performance practice and Flemish repertoire. He won prizes in several competitions such as Belfius Classics,  Steinway competition, Lauxmin harpsichord competition. He performs with Anima Eterna, Terra Nova Collective and Ryelandt Trio. As a piano and harpsichord accompanist he works for the Dutch International Flute Competition and STAP Roeselare.

Ann-Sofie Verhoyen studied language and literature at the university of Kortrijk and harp at the conservatoire of Roubaix. In September 2019, she successfully started the studies graphic design and illustration at KASK in Ghent.
She won first prize at the Harpegio harp competition (2010). She is particularly interested in playing chamber music, with a preference for the flute and harp duo.

Annemie Verhoyen teaches flute at the Conservatoire Bruges and the Kunstacademie MAAK Knokke. As a jury member she participated at the Benelux Flute Competition. Together with her husband Peter Verhoyen she was the co-founder and editor of  het Vlaams Fluitistentijdschrift (1993-1998), a journal for flute players in Flanders.

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