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Erwin Deleux


Pianist Erwin Deleux (born 1973) studied at the Royal Conservatoire of Antwerp and at the Lemmens Institute in Leuven (Belgium). As a student of Alan Weiss, he obtained a Master's degree in Piano and Chamber Music. Deleux has won prizes at various international competitions, including Cantabile, the European Piano Teachers Association Competition, the International Price Durlet and the Stefaan de Jonghe competition.

At Conservatorium Maastricht, Erwin Deleux works as a rehearsal pianist, chamber music professor, and is a member of the Teachers’ Council. He has an extremely varied professional life, with performances at major venues including the Singel in Antwerp and the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam. These are regularly broadcast by the leading radio and TV stations in Germany, Belgium, and the Netherlands. Erwin performed as a soloist at the Chopin Festival and the Festival of Flanders. His interpretations of Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninov, and Ravel concerti have been widely praised. He performs with orchestras including Symfonieorkest Vlaanderen and the European Philharmonia.

Deleux's greatest passion, however, is chamber music. He regularly accompanies renowned  musicians such as Philippe Benoit, Roeland Hendrikx, Hans Van Kerckhoven, and An Lauwereins. His recordings with the Emanon ensemble received critical acclaim from the specialist press. He premiered the piano concerto by Frank Nuyts and recorded it with the Vlaams Sinfonietta. He regularly performs at festivals in Latvia, Italy and Germany.
Additionally, Erwin started composing music in his own post classical musical language. His piano cycle “Silent Songs” was presented on “TEDx Hasselt” and will be recorded in 2019