Véronique Bogaerts
Belgium, °1955
VIOLIN 1980 : Ninth Prize
A laureate of the 1980 Queen Elisabeth Competition, Véronique Bogaerts has been entirely trained by Belgian violin teacher Carlo Van Neste. She has won several international competitions and has given many concerts in Europe, the Far East and South America. She has also participated in the juries of international contests, such as the Queen Elisabeth Competition in 1997 and 2001 and the Competition of Prague in 2004.

An accomplished player of chamber music, she plays the violin in piano duos and trios, string quintets and piano quintets (Ensemble César Franck). Her very extensive repertoire has also allowed her to interpret numerous concertos from all periods with conductors of world renown.

Véronique Bogaerts is a much sought-after violin pedagogue. Having started teaching at age eighteen at the Brussels Royal Conservatory of Music, she subsequently was nominated as a violin professor at the Royal Conservatory of Mons and at the Chapelle Musicale Reine Elisabeth. Currently, she teaches at the Brussels Royal Conservatory and the Centre Eduardo Del Pueyo.

Véronique Bogaerts plays a 1699 violin by Jean-Baptiste Roggerius.
Final (27/05/1980)
Frederik van Rossum Concerto n. 1 op. 37
Johannes Brahms Sonata n. 1 in G major op. 78
Sergey Prokofiev Concerto n. 1 in D major op. 19
Véronique Bogaerts, violin
National Orchestra of Belgium, dir. Georges Octors
Semi-final (12/05/1980)
Eugène Ysaÿe Sonata in A minor op. 27/2
Jean Gyselynck Diptyque
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Concerto n. 5 in A major KV 219
Karol Szymanowski Nocturne et Tarentelle op. 28
Véronique Bogaerts, violin
Eugène De Canck, pianist accompanist
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H.M. Queen Mathilde
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