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Into music

Interviews, MusiciansMay 31 2014 Sophie Tessier
Into music

Interview with Lode Vercampt, multi-instrument musician, cellist from Gent, raised in the middle of violins, pianos, accordions, singing and poetry, where music never stops.   What prompted you to play music? My parents! I started playing the piano at the age of 3. Then my father gave me a small cello when I was 5. And it was on, I’ve always found it easy to play, it has always been a pleasure. There was a piano at home. I have three older sisters, they all played music. Gudrun plays the piano, the violin and she signs. Kathleen plays the violin. Nele plays the piano. I’ve always ...

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Parallel sadness

Interviews, MusiciansMay 31 2014 Sophie Tessier
Parallel sadness

Interview with Jean-Philippe Poncin, clarinettist by chance, touched by the strength of the team.   How did you start music? I became a musician by chance, I’ve followed my path without a specific goal. I started music when I was a child and I’ve always wanted to continue. I did not really choose the clarinett, it’s the guy who directed the fanfare in the village who chose! Then I followed the classical way, I went to the Conservatory, I continued to play the clarintt without questioning myself. When I went out of school, I met Dick Van der Harst who performs for LOD in Gent, ...

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A good mix of values

Interviews, MusiciansMay 31 2014 Sophie Tessier
A good mix of values

Interview with Fabian Fiorini, effusive pianist, concerned by a world that doesn’t know how to move forward. How did you start music? I’ve always wanted to play music. As a child, I dreamt to be a musician in secret. I started playing drums, and I participated to a workshop of African percussions, in connection with the oral tradition and the improvisation. When I got 15, I began the piano to work on my harmony. Then it became obvious that I would be a musician. I studied four years at the Conservatoire in Brussels, then two years in Liège without finished my classes. I quickly found ...

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