Eduardo del pueyo

musical center


Jean-Claude Vanden Eynden

Artistic director of the Eduardo Del Pueyo Music Center, Jean-Claude Vanden Eynden is one of the greatest pianists and pedagogues of our time. He has taught at the Brussels Royal Conservatoire and is currently Guest Master at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel.


Véronique Bogaerts

Brilliant laureate of the International Queen Elisabeth Competition, Véronique Bogaerts is enjoying a remarkable career as a soloist and concert performer in Belgium as well as abroad.

At every performance, the press pays tribute to her rich and beautiful tone, her elegant virtuosity and her authentic sensitivity.

Véronique Bogaerts is a teacher at the Brussels Royal Conservatoire. She also was a teacher a the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel.

Françoise Wel

Lecturer for several years at the Conservatories of Mons and Brussels, professor at the Academy of Woluwe Saint Pierre, Françoise Wel is also professor and educational director at the Eduardo Del Pueyo Musical Center.

Trained at CNSM in Paris and then in Belgium, Françoise Wel was also a pupil of Eduardo Del Pueyo and gave many concerts in Belgium and abroad. She is also regularly invited as a jury member, especially at the Brussels Conservatory.

Patricia Montero

Trained by Pierre Sancan at the CNSM in Paris and then for 9 years by Eduardo Del Puyeo, Patricia Montero is a brilliant pianist and pedagogue with great experience: lecturer in the class of Jean-Claude Vanden Eynden, she then became a full professor at Conservatory of Mons and after in Brussels.

Patricia Montero holds many distinctions, including "Citizen of Honor" from the City of Dallas. She also gives regular masterclasses in Mexico and Spain.

Alain Manche

Trained by Madame Ccux-Biron and Master Jean-Claude Vanden Eynden at the Brussels Conservatory, Alain Manche is a professor at the Academies of Watermael-Boitsfort, Woluwé Saint Pierre and the Eduardo Del Pueyo Music Center.

Alain Manche regularly gives concerts and specializes in the repertoire intended to encourage the approach of "serious" music to children.

Sarah Dupriez

Born on November 3, 1983, Sarah Dupriez studied in her hometown and then in Helsinki and Hamburg. She has won various national and international awards.

Sarah Dupriez teaches at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels, at the Eduardo Del Pueyo Music Center, and conducts the Met Moed Vooruit Youth Orchestra.

It can be seen on most Belgian stages and around the country.