Jean-Claude Vanden Eynden .
Jean-Claude Vanden Eynden was born in Brussels. He works under the direction of Eduardo Del Pueyo until the end of his studies to the Queen Elisabeth musical chapel Prize winner of the Queen Elisabeth’s contestat 16, he begins then a soloist career that will carry him on all the continents.
Jean-Claude Vanden Eynden played with many symphony orchestras among which: the symphony orchestra of Saint-Pétersbourg, the royal philharmonic of London, Franz Liszt (Budapest) among others. He collaborated with prestigious conductors such Paul Kletzky, Rudolph Barshaï or Yuri Temirkanov. He also plays chamber music with partners such as Augustin Dumay, Silvia Marcovici, Michaela Martin, Miriam Fried, Gerard Caussé, Frans Helmerson, José Van Dam, Walter Boeykens, the Enesco quartet, the Melos quartet, the Ysaye quartet...
His repertoire includes in particular almost all of the great concertos, many works of chamber music and the integral piano work of Maurice Ravel.
He is regularly called as jury member to the Queen Elisabeth contest as other international contests.
Jean-Claude Vanden Eynden has proffesorships at the Queen Elisabeth musical Chapel and is the artistic director of the European piano center Eduardo Del Pueyo