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The Paris International Summer Sessions

XXIV° Edition

July 8-12, 2024

Application deadline: June 10, 2024

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Special Guests

Paola DEL GIUDICE, Italy

Conservatorio di musica "G. Nicolini", Piacenza

Piotr FOLKERT, Poland/USA

Chopin Society, Atlanta

Nina PATARCEC, Croatia/France

Ecole Normale de Musique "Alfred Cortot", Paris

Kyung-Ah KIM, South Korea

Sejong University-Seoul National University


Conservatori Superior de Música de les Illes Balears, Palma de Mallorca

Elodie VIGNON, France

"En blanc et noir", Bruxelles

Julien LIBEER, Belgium

LUCA School of Arts Leuven


Artistic Director


Michel Béroff
Paola del Giudice

Michel BEROFF, France

Special Guest

Michel Béroff was born in France in 1950.

After graduating from the Paris Conservatoire in 1966, he won the following year the first prize at the first international Olivier Messiaen Piano Competition. He has been since considered one of the most outstanding interpreters of Messiaen's music.
During the next years he played with the most prestigious orchestras around the world under the direction of such conductors as Abbado, Barenboim, Bernstein, Boulez, Dohnanyi, Dorati, Dutoit, Eschenbach, Gielen, Inbal, Jochum, Leinsdorf, Masur, Ozawa, Previn, Rostropovitch, Sinopoli, Solti, Tennsted, Tilson-Thomas, Zinman.

As a chamber music partner, he has been very active playing with Martha Argerich, Barbara Hendricks Jean-Philippe Collard, Augustin Dumay, Pierre Amoyal, Lynn Harrell. During the past years, Michel Beroff has been developing a conducting career. He has been teaching at the Paris Conservatoire.

Exclusive EMI artist for over 20 years, Michel Beroff has published more than 50 recordings; among them, the complete works for piano and orchestra from Liszt, Prokofieff and Stravinsky, conducted by Seiji Ozawa and Kurt Masur. For Deutsche Grammophon, he has recorded Ravel's left hand concerto with the LSO and Claudio Abbado. His latest recordings include the complete piano music from Debussy for the Japanese label Denon.

Michel Beroff has been awarded five times the "Grand Prix du Disque". As a publisher, he participated, for Wiener Urtext, to a new edition of Debussy's piano music. For the Japanese network NHK, he realized, in 2006, a series of fifteen master-classes on French music. During the last seasons, Michel Beroff played with the LSO under Pierre Boulez, the New-York Philharmonic and Kurt Masur, as well as the London Philharmonic for an extensive tour of England and Spain. He undertook three Japanese tours, including one with the Philarmonia with Esa-Peka Salonen, played in concert in Paris the complete works for piano from Debussy and Janacek, and two Prokofieff concerti with the Orchestre de Paris and Christophe Eschenbach.

He also toured extensively in Germany, Holland, Sweden, Finland, Portugal, Greece, Brazil, Korea and China.

Marie-Josèphe JUDE, France

Special Guest

Marie-Josèphe Jude was born in Nice from a French father and a sino-Vietnamese mother.  She started to learn piano and harp in her home city before joining the Conservatoire de Paris encouraged by G. Cziffra. She worked with Aldo Ciccolini (piano) and Jean Hubeau (chamber music) and was awarded a first prize in Piano and a concert licence in harp at the Ecole Normale in Paris. She then entered the third cycle  in Jean-Claude Pennetier’s class.

 At that time, she regularly attended Maria Curcio-Diamand’s lessons in London. In 1986, she met the composer Maurice Ohana and became one of her favourite performers. She was a finalist at the Clara Haskil Competition in 1989 and won the Victoire de la Musique  in the category « New Talent » in 1995.

This is when her carreer developped internationally; she has appeared in halls and festivals all over the world: from Montpellier to bath, from the Roque d’Anthéron to Kuhmo, from Bagatelle to Locarno, from Colmar to Québec, from Nantes to Tokyo  (Folle Journée)….

She  has played as a soloist under the conducting of Frans Brüggen, Charles Dutoit, Emmanuel Krivine, François-Xavier Roth,  Jean-Yves Ossonce, Arturo Tamayo, Klaus Weise… with orchestras such as the Orchestre de Paris, the Nice Philharmonic Orchestra, the National Orchestra of Bordeaux, the Orchestre National d’Ile de France,  les Siècles, the BBC Scottish Orchestra, Basel Symphonic Orchestra, Philharmonic Orchestra of Luxembourg, the Brussels Philharmonic and the MDR in Leipzig.

Marie-Josèphe Jude is also a fine chamber musician who plays with Henri Demarquette and Xavier Phillips (cello), Philippe Graffin and Jean-Marc Phillips (violin), Pascal Moraguès and Michel Portal (clarinet). In 1997 she founded a piano duo with Jean-François Heisser but she also plays with Michel Béroff or Claire Désert.

She has recorded many Cds for the label Lyrinx: Brahms, Mendelssohn, Jolivet (Diapason d’Or), Clara Schumann, Dutilleux-Ohana, Beethoven, Chopin and Ravel-Debussy with Michel Béroff. In 2020, was released a CD “Flute Transcriptions”, recorded with Raquele Magalhãe for Nomad Music. After 4 years of teaching at the Conservatoire National Supérieur in Lyon (2012-2016), she is now a teacher at the CNSM in Paris.

 In October 2017, she was appointed President and artistic director of the Nice International Summer Academy.

Paula DEL GIUDICE, Italy

Conservatorio di musica "G. Nicolini", Piacenza

Pianist and harpsichordist, she graduated top marks at the "G. Nicolini" Conservatorium in Piacenza under the guide of Olga Scevkenova for the piano studies and of Mariolina Porrà for the harpsichord studies.
She then perfectioned with the maestros V. Vitale, M.Tipo, A. Ballista, B. Canino, concerning chamber music. She studied with the maestro Piero Guarino and at the Chigiana Academy in Siena with the duo Gulli-Cavallo, obtaining the certificate of merit.

Winner of many national and international Competitions (Winner of the "Schubert" competition in 1994), she has been intensely active in her concert carreer in various formations alongside illustrious artists at important italian and foreign halls and theatres: Valli Theatre in Reggio Emilia, Municipal Theatre in Piacenza, Bonci Theatre in Cesena, Regio Theatre in Parma, "Rosetum" Theatre in Milano, Stadttheater in Konstanz, Concert Hall in Lausanne…
As a pianist and harpsichordist she collaborated with Symphonic Orchestras such as "Toscanini" Foundation Symphonic Orchestra in Parma, the "OFI" in Piacenza, the "Barocco Veneziano" ensemble and the Camerata Opera Ensemble, always obtaining the best encouragements by the various directors (M° Neuhold, M° Garbarino e M° Gavazzeni, from whom she received a hand written praise).
With the above mentioned orchestras she went on tournées in Germany, Austria, Sweden, France and Japan at prestigious halls such as the Gewandhaus in Leipzig, the Konzerthaus in Vienna and many others.
She has been an accompanist pianist and teaching assistent at numerous high level courses.
She performed, as a soloist, contemporary music in first execution (some of them dedicated to her) and recorded with Fonit Cetra, Rusty Records and Mondo Musica.

A CD with works by Antionio Lolli for violin and harpsichord with his recording company DYNAMIC (at the violin: Luca Fanfoni) was recently launched.

For a few years now she dedicated herself to the fortepiano repertoire both as a solist and in chamber formations.

Alongside her concert activity she has an intense didactic activity and many of her students won national and international competitions. She teaches piano at the "Nicolini" Conservatorium in Piacenza.

Piotr FOLKERT, Poland/USA

Chopin Society, Atlanta

Piotr Folkert received his Master's degree from The Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice, Poland.
After winning several competitions for young pianists, he continued his studies at Yale University in New Haven, Indiana University in Bloomington and The Mannes College of Music in New York City. Mr. Folkert has worked with such distinguished musicians as Professor Andrzej Jasinski, Grant Johannesen, Richard Goode, Oxana Yablonskaya, Murray Perahia.

He is widely regarded as one of the most gifted and sensitive pianists performing today. His "stellar technique and insightful interpretations" have won him consistent critical acclaim and enthusiastic audiences worldwide, whether for his solo recitals, his orchestral engagements or his growing catalogue of recordings.
His broad repertoire ranges from music of the Baroque period to new works of contemporary composers, with some especially commissioned and written for him. His performing schedule regularly takes him to the great concert stages of North America and has been highlighted by frequent engagements at the Carnegie Hall.
Internationally, he has appeared in cultural capitols of Europe, Australia, Americas and Far East.
Mr. Folkert is a winner of The Annual Young Artist International Piano Award in New York (1995), The International Chamber Music Competition in Caltanisetta, Italy (1990) among others. He has participated in numerous festivals including The Flaine Music Festival (France), The Summit Music Festival (New York), The Guelph Spring Festival (Canada), Burg Music Festival (Berlin), The Music Festival of Baltic Countries (Poland), Kun-Ming Festival (China).

He was bestowed the honor of performing a special recital for the King of Malaysia at the Royal Palace in Kuala Lumpur. During the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games in Atlanta his performance and musical tribute to Polish President Aleksander Kwasniewski and the Olympic Committee at Spivey Hall was broadcast nationwide on NPR's "Performance Today".
Concert tours including recitals and concert appearances with orchestras brought Piotr Folkert to the United States, Canada, Mexico, China, Australia, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Macedonia, Poland, Portugal, New Zealand, Russia, UAE, Turkey, India, Japan, Malaysia, Philippines and Thailand.

Mr.Folkert has recorded many recitals for radio and television around the world. In addition, Mr. Folkert has recorded solo and chamber music for European and American labels including: Arti, Zuk, Sanibel and Dux. Upcoming releases include solo album with music of F. Chopin (Ballades) and "Piano Concertos" with String Orchestra (Henryk M. Gorecki, Morton Gould and Malcolm Williamson).
Mr. Folkert is on the International Roster of Steinway Artists.

Nina PATARCEC, Croatia/France

Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris "Alfred Cortot"

Nina Patarcec, pianist of Croatian origin, studied music in Slovenia, before perfecting her skills at the Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris where she obtains the Diplôme supérieur de concertiste in chamber music and in piano, under the guidance of Nelson Delle-Vigne Fabbri.

Winner of numerous international competitions, including the International Bösendorfer Empire Competition in Brussels, she devotes most of her musical career to chamber music.

Nina Patarcec is regularly invited to perform in prestigious orchestras such as the Paris Chamber Orchestra, the Orchestre de Paris, the Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra.

She is often asked to participate in the jury of international piano and chamber music competitions and is regularly invited for Masterclasses and workshops in France, Croatia, Italy and China.

She teaches chamber music at the Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris since 1992.

Kyung-Ah KIM, South Korea

Sejong University-Seoul National University

Kyung-Ah, praised for her " a part of the wave of new pianists ,with an ability to act the part of a star" (Suburban Chicago News), has won numerous competition awards, including the USA Beethoven competition, the Leos Janacek International Competition, the Sorantin International Competition and the St. Charles International Competition, among others.

Since having been selected as the 2013 Artist in the Seoul Arts Center, she has concertized extensively throughout the United States, Europe and Asia.
She has collaboration with leading conductors including John Williams, James Orent, Petr Atrichter, and has performed with the Boston Pops Orchestra, Brno Philharmonic Orchestra, Nec Philharmonic Orchestrea, Bu Symphony Orchestra, Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra, Seoul Symphony Orchestra, Busan Philharmonic Orchestra and Kyunggi Philharmonic Orchestra.

She recevied the Bachelor of Music, Master of Music and Graduate Diploma from the New England Conservatory, DMA from the Boston University, where she studied with Russell Sherman, Wha Kyung Byun and Boaz Sharon. She currently teaches at Sejong University and Seoul National University in South Korea.
Kyung-Ah Kim h
as been an ICPA artist since 2016, representing the ICPA program in South-Korea.


Conservatori Superior de Música de les Illes Balears, Palma de Mallorca

Born in Palma de Mallorca, Miquel Estelrich Serralta is one of the most significant pianists of the Balearic Islands.

He started his music studies in the Conservatorio de Baleares, graduating afterwards from the Conservatorio Superior de Música Joaquín Rodrigo de Valencia.
His teachers have been Joan Moll, Bartomeu Jaume and Perfecto García Chornet. He has also followed master clasess with Manuel Carra, Ramón Coll, Paul Badura Skoda, E milio Muriscot and Miguel Zanetti. He obtained a degree of doctor of music arts at the University of Palma de Mallorca.
Miquel Estelrich has performed in recital or as orchestra soloist in the main cities of the European continent, with orchestras such as Orquesta Ciudad de Palma, Orquestra Simfònica de Balears, Grup Instrumental de València, Orquesta de Cannes, Orquesta de Marburg, etc, in prestigious concert halls (Palau de la Música de Valencia, Festival Chopin de Valldemossa, Festival de Pollensa, Fundación Botín de Santander, Zaragoza, Madrid, Barcelona). His performances have been broadcasted in France, Japan, Great-Britain, U.S.A. etc.

He's the official pianist of the Orquestra Simfònica de Balears since its creation in 1989; Miquel Estelrich is also the founder of the Trio de Mallorca.
Involved in recovering and protection of Mallorca's composers, he has received in 1987 the National Award from the Minister of culture

Miquel Estelrich is the chairman of the piano department and founder of the Conservatori Superior de Música de les Illes Balears (director from 2001 thru 2006).

Elodie VIGNON, France

Ecole "En blanc et Noir", Bruxuelles

On February 2024, Elodie Vignon will present her first concertant album, Songes.

After three solo albums, she pursues studying the French aesthetic and its connections. Under the baton of the Belgian conductor Eric Lederhandler, she recorded with the Czech Virtuosi, for the label Cypres. Vignon released her last solo album Dans l’air du soir in November 2021 (Franz Liszt: Sonnetti di Petrarca, Etudes de concert/ Isaac Albeniz: Spanish Suite), which was very much appreciated by the audience, as well as the critics. Jean-Yves Clément gave her 5 Diapasons, and the CD was a « Choice of the month » on the Belgian broadcast Musiq3 RTBF. It was also awarded by a « Joker absolu » by the magazine Crescendo.

A few months later (Octobre 2022), Elodie Vignon published an album on the same label, with the French contralto Sarah Laulan. Together, they got invited at the Avignon Opera, and many festivals in France, Belgium and Switzerland.

After the release of her first Debussy album in March 2018, Elodie was awarded as part of Debussy Best Performers by the german Pianist Magazine. She performed her album program all over the globe: France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Italy, Spain, North Carolina, Florida, Christ Church Cathedral of Montreal, as well as the Steinway Hall of New York City.

During the year 2020, Elodie presented her second album D’ombres (Cypres) with a commission of Claude Ledoux, during the Flagey Piano Days Festival in Brussels. This concert came right after the Festival Propulse, hosted in Flagey too, where she played with the dancer and choreographer Nono Battesti their new show « Entre Temps ».

Later this year, she was invited for the Festival du Hainaut in the Palais Des Beaux Arts de Charleroi, and was asked to make the last video of the Festivals de Wallonie 2.0.

As an artist in residence of the Bell’arte foundation for 12 years, created by Nelson DelleVigne Fabbri, Elodie Vignon enjoys an extending of her activity as a soloist and chamber music in both Europe and the USA. Mrs. Vignon has played as a soloist and under direction of such distinguished conductors such as Ramon Tebar or Philippe Entremont, and notably has performed both Frédéric Chopin’s Concerti for piano at the Palm Beach International Piano Festival.

After the classical studies in Lyon (Conservatoire Régional de Lyon), Vignon obtained a Gold Medal in 2001. She moved to Brussels to study with Daniel Blumenthal (Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussels), where she obtained two Master degrees (piano and chamber music) with a special mention. Consequently, Elodie was invited by many music festivals through Europe. She is also regularly invited as a guest teacher or jury member (Clichy-la Garenne Conservatory, Suzuki Workshop in Brussels, Dudelange Conservatory in Luxembourg, MusicA Braine in Belgium, Concours Andrée Charlier de Charleroi, International Piano Masterclass Festival of Manilla, BAK Middle School in Florida…).

Julien LIBEER, Belgium

LUCA School of Arts Leuven

Around the age of four, Julien discovered Leonard Bernstein conducting West Side Story.Another significant influence was the pianist Dinu Lipatti, yet another person who radiated a musical truth. 

For five unforgettable years, the Franco-Polish pedagogue Jean Fassina laid the foundations of his musical and pianistic skills. He then spent another five-year cycle under the wing of Maria João Pires, regularly sharing the stage with her. An artist in residence at Flagey in Brussels, Julien has performed at venues such as the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, Barbican Hall in London, Palau de la Musica in Barcelona, and the Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg.

Other tours have taken him to Japan, Hong Kong, Lebanon, Turkey, and the United States. He has performed as a soloist with orchestras like the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen, Brussels Philharmonic, Sinfonia Varsovia, and New Japan Philharmonic, collaborating with conductors such as Trevor Pinnock, Augustin Dumay, Jun Märkl, Michel Tabachnik, Hervé Niquet, Enrique Mazzola, among others.

Highly sought-after as a chamber musician, he shares the stage with Augustin Dumay, Bruno Philippe, Paul Lewis, Samuel Hasselhorn, Maria João Pires, and Lorenzo Gatto. Recent season highlights include invitations from the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, Wigmore Hall, Flagey in Brussels, and the Steinway International Concert Series in Cardiff. He was a guest at the Enescu Festival in Bucharest, the Palais des Beaux-Arts in Brussels, the Miami International Piano Festival, and performed chamber music at De Doelen in Rotterdam and the Théâtre des Abbesses in Paris.

His recordings have been highly praised by the press for their originality and quality. Alongside recordings with Lorenzo Gatto (Complete Beethoven Sonatas - Diapason d'Or of the Year 2016) and Camille Thomas (Réminiscences - Echo Klassik Award 2017), he released "Bach · Bartok" for Harmonia Mundi in 2020, followed by "A Well-tempered Conversation" in 2022, a conceptual approach to Bach's legendary Well-Tempered Clavier.

For the 24-25 season, he is preparing a Mozart album with Pierre Colombet (Ebène Quartet) and Eckart Runge (Artemis Quartet), as well as a Ravel album.

Julien is the originator of multiple projects aimed at expanding the presence of music beyond the concert hall. This includes his role as a host in Belgium’s main classical music TV show (2016) and "Salon Libeer" at the Concertgebouw in Bruges, which combines music and discussion in the hope of deepening the musical experience of the audience. He hosts "Dead or Alive," a lecture at the Catholic University of Louvain in Belgium, and is also the artistic director of Singing Molenbeek, a Brussels suburb children’s choir.

Julien Libeer studied with Jean Fassina (Paris), Maria Joao Pires (Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel), and Daniel Blumenthal (Royal Conservatory of Brussels), and honed his chamber music skills with the Artemis String Quartet. He received regular advice from Dmitry Bashkirov, Alfred Brendel, Nelson Delle Vigne-Fabbri, Jura Margulis, and Gerhard Schulz (Alban Berg Quartet).


Artistic Director

The Italian virtuoso Nelson Delle-Vigne Fabbri was born in Argentina. He was instructed by Magda Tagliaferro, Gyorgy Cziffra and Claudio Arrau.
In addition to his performing and recording career that took him to several continents, Nelson Delle-Vigne Fabbri is also a famed international piano pedagogue.
Teaching at the Ecole Normale "Alfred Cortot" in Paris during 40 years, Nelson Delle-Vigne Fabbri was also appointed professor extraordinaire at the Chapelle Musicale "Reine Elisabeth" in Belgium and Honorary Professor at the Palm Beach Atlantic University, Florida, USA.
He gives regularly master classes in France, China, Lithuania, Russia, Poland, Germany, Taiwan, Canada, USA, Portugal, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, Switzerland, Greece, South Korea, etc.
Nelson Delle-Vigne Fabbri collaborated to the festivities of the European Union Day in Seoul, South Korea, by special invitation of the European amabassador.
Cultural and pedagogical broadening is an important goal of his duties as general director of the Bell'Arte Foundation.
Mr. Delle-Vigne Fabbri, as founder and president of the Fondation Bell'Arte, is the artistic director of MusicA Braine l'Alleud, the Paris International Sum
mer Sessions, LyricA Braine l'Alleud and of the EMS Music Group, a record company and record studio.

He's the founder and artistic director of The International Certificate for Piano Artists, a pedagogical programme in collaboration with many international institutions with sessions in the U.S., Russia, Italy, Lithuania, Taiwan, Spain, Poland, the Philippines, etc. 
After Philippe Entremont's 10-years' presidency, this programme is currently placed under the presidency of Belgian composer Jean Kluger. Jerome Lowenthal and Michel Béroff are its vice-president, preceeded by France Clidat and Lazar Berman.

Nelson Delle-Vigne is the artistic d
irector of the present course.



Registration deadline: June 10, 2024


  • via e-mail:


  • Bell'Arte aisbl

    39bis, chaussée d'Alsemberg
    1420 Braine l'Alleud - Belgique
    Tel: +32 2 385.15.50 


Chamber music is possible in the following combinations: 2 pianos-4 hands piano - Strings/piano

The Welcome meeting will take place on Monday, July 8th, at 10 am,

Address: Conservatoire municipal de Vincennes, 98, rue de Fontenay, 94300 Vincennes-France
The planning of the lessons and the practical aspects will be communicated on that occasion, not before.
The lessons start at 10:30 am

Participants under 18 must be accompanied by an adult, during their stay in France.


Special Events

Master classes
~ Special Piano Master class given by Special Guests, Michel BEROFF and Marie-Josèphe JUDE


~ Several concerts will take place during the course.

~ Friday July 12th: end of the lessons at 6 pm + Final concert

For the master classes, the organization will make a selection among the students.

A copy of the score must be provided to the master.


The organizing committee is allowed at any time to modify organization elements and/or to decide an eventual cancellation of the course, if the circumstances require it.

The information on the web site is the only valid reference

For those who want to add some extra days to their stay, we strongly recommend a visit of the following places:

  • Medieval Castle of Vincennes: 5 minutes walk

  • Bois de Vincennes: 10 minutes walk

  • Paris city center (Notre Dame/Louvre/ Eiffel Tower...: by metro - 30 minutes

  • Château de Versailles: by metro/RER - 1 h 30


A) APPLICATION FEE: 80 Euros (Not-refundable)

  • Active Participant : 420 € (ICPA-Cons. Vincennes: 370 €- listener: 100 €

        (under 10 years: 90 Euros)

  • Chamber music: 200 €/person

  • Second discipline: + 120 € (for example: violin and chamber music)

Refund Policy:

Application Deadline: June 10, 2024

  • Cancellation before June 15, 2024: refund 50% of the tuition

  • Cancellation before June 25, 2024: refund 25% of the tuition

  • No refunding if cancelling on June 25, 2024 and beyond

  • The application fee is not refundable.

Only the students who paid the complete amount (tuition + application fee) will be scheduled for the lessons.


  • Application form


  • ID picture, sticked on application form


  • For active participants: curriculum vitae, recommendation letter from a teacher.


  • Video recording (15') for the selection of the master classes must be sent by June 15th at the latest.

  • Don't forget to bring a copy of your scores for the teacher, if you don't play by heart.

  • The copy is obligatory in case of master class.


Make sure to be well informed about the Covid sanitary rules in France and to meet all the requirements.


For the participants, minor of age, the application form has to be signed by a legal responsible.  

       Parents must accompany them during their stay in Paris

Transport &



  • From the airport: RER B (till “Châtelet-Les Halles”) and RER A (till “Vincennes”) will take you to Vincennes.

  • RER A station "Vincennes" is at a 7 min walk from the conservatory

  • Bus stop in front of the Conservatory: lines 118 & 124

  • Metro Line 1, Stop "Château de Vincennes" is at a 10 minutes walk from the Conservatory


  • The Conservatory is located in Vincennes, in the building “Coeur de ville”, across the Mairie. We recommend you to find housing in that area. There are several hotels and Airbnb's close by.



Application Deadline: June 10, 2024

Printable application form:  * Application form in PDF     * Application form in Word

to be sent to:
Mrs. Hilde Delle-Vigne


Bell'Arte aisbl
39bis, chaussée d'Alsemberg
1420 Braine l'Alleud-Belgique


  • Name: ____________________________________________

  • Given name: _______________________________________

  • O ID picture by post mail or jpg file only

  • O Student Conservatory Vincennes/ICPA: copy of student card with the application

  • O Short Biography


  • O Active participant

  • O Observer


  • O   PIANO    

  • O   PIANO 4 HANDS    



  • Gender: __________________________________________________________________________

  • Place and Date of Birth: ____________________________________________________________

  • Nationality: _______________________________________________________________________

  • Address: __________________________________________________________________________



  • Phone:   __________________________________________________________________________

  • e-mail: ___________________________________________________________________________

  • Diplomas - Level: __________________________________________________________________



  • Current studies: ___________________________________________________________________

  • Current teacher: ___________________________________________________________________

  • Former teachers: __________________________________________________________________



  • Proposed works

    1) ____________________________________________________

    2) ____________________________________________________

    3) ____________________________________________________

    4) ____________________________________________________

  • Optional: suggested work for the Master class (can not exceed 12 minutes)

        5) ____________________________________________________

  • Accommodation

During the course my address will be: _____________________________________


My Phone during the course: _____________________________________

Payment Details:

Application fee:       80 Euros

Tuition:        _______________ Euros

in case of extra-european bank transfer: + 10,00 Euros

total amount:        __________________Euros

Refund Policy:
Application Deadline: June 10, 2024

  • Cancellation before June 15, 2024: refund 50% of the tuition

  • Cancellation before June 25, 2024: refund 25% of the tuition

  • No refunding if cancelling on June 25, 2024 and beyond

  • The application fee is not refundable.

The information on the web site is the only valid reference

Concerts or (master)classes may be recorded and videotaped by the organizing committee for subsequent broadcast, video and audio recording use.
The applicants hereby grant the organizers the right to make use of their names, photography, voice
and biographical materials as well as audio, video and DVD recordings on TV, radio and Internet for promotional use.

Signature (by parents, if minor of age)_____________________________________

  • name of the account holder: Fondation Bell'Arte aisbl

  • name of the bank : FORTIS - Brussels

  • address: 3, rue Montagne du Parc - 1000 Brussels - Belgium

  • account number: IBAN BE81 0019 2719 8424


  • communication: Paris Summer Sessions+ NAME

    Attention: If international bank transfer, please add 10 Euros for bank charges.


In case the exact amount was not received, the difference will be claimed at the beginning of the course.

The proof of the payment must accompany the application form

Bank Datas

  • Contact the Executive Director/Events Coordinator:
    Mrs. Hilde Delle-Vigne

  • Artistic Director/President: Nelson Delle-Vigne Fabbri

  • Bell'Arte aisbl
    39bis, Chaussée d'Alsemberg
    1420 Braine l'Alleud - Belgique


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