VAN HULLE, Bernd – new young composer and recent publications

Posted on 16/08/2014 in In the spotlight, New composers, New publications

bernd van hulle

Bernd Van Hulle studied at the Academy of Music (Aalter, Belgium), the Lemmensinstitute (Leuven, Belgium), the Hulencourt Soloists Academy and Musikhochschule Lübeck (Lübeck, Germany). Among his teachers where Elisa Kawaguti, Wim De Moor, Bernadette Bracke, Maria Egelhof, Guy Braunstein, Michael Vaimann and Dora Schwarzberg. He is laureate of Stinerman Competition (Poland) and got a first prise at the Academy of New Music Composition Competition (Belgium) with his piece “Die Schönheit der Einsamkeit”.

Bernd performed (soloist, chamber music) and teached in diverse countries in Europe (Belgium, Germany, France, Finland, Slovakia, Austria) and Japan. He was artistic director of the Contemporary Music Festival Leuven (2009) and is since 2009 artistic director of the International Music Academy Poeke.

Bernd Van Hulle is admired for his insight in musical constructions and his pedagogical capacity.

„ Bernd Van Hulle his performance of Beethoven concerto was a revelation, never did I hear a Beethoven so clear and so close to the public. This violinist knows what music is about: SHARING.” Aardenburg Magazine.

Compositions published by LANTRO MUSIC :

  • De verwondering – Violin 
  • De verwondering Viola 
  • Hoffnung – Violin, alto saxophone and piano
  • Cerf-volant, volant au cerf Clarinet
  • Een kleine virtuoos – Violin and piano
  • Die Schönheit der Einsamkeit – (Alto) flute and vibraphone (coming soon)