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 The Belgian musician Roel Dieltiens, born in 1957, plays both Baroque and modern cello. As the son of a teacher of music theory and harmony, he was more or less obliged to learn piano initially. At the age of fifteen, encouraged by his elder brother who played the flute in René Jacob’s Concerto Vocale, he tried the cello just as he was on the point of giving up music. He immediately fell in love with the instrument. Having obtained his First Prize at the Antwerp Royal Conservatory three years later, he then became a pupil at the Chapelle musicale Reine Elisabeth in Brussels. He went on to further study with André Navarra in Detmold (Germany) and Pierre Fournier in Geneva (Switzerland). He was awarded the diploma of the Akademie für Solisten, Wolfenbüttel (Germany) and the Diploma d’Onore of the celebrated Accademia Chigiana of Siena (Italy).
By that time Roel Dieltiens had already begun working with the violonist André Gertler, the klarinettist Walter Boeykens and the countertenor and conductor René Jacobs. He became the latter’s regular continuo cellist whilst also holding the post of first cello of the Orchestra of the 18th Century under Frans Brüggen for many years. Several contemporary composers, amongst them Luc Van Hove and William Bolcom, have asked him to give first performances of their works.
Since 1995 Roel Dieltiens, who is also a notable interpreter of chamber music, has appeared with such partners as Frank Braley (piano), Christine Busch (violin), and many others for the pleasure of playing together: thus the Ensemble Explorations was born.
With this ensemble he has recorded several CD’s (highly acclaimed by both press and audiences wereldwijde) and performed in numerous concert halls and festivals worldwide.
Along with the choreographer Alain Platel and Les Ballets C de la B he created ‘Iets op Bach’, which won the ‘Time Out Live Award’ in London (United Kingdom) in 1998 and the ‘Masque d’Or’ in Montreal (Canada) in 1999.
Roel Dieltiens currently teaches at the Hochschule für Musick und Theater in Zürich (Switzerland), and is frequently asked as a jury member in prestigious competitions such as Bach Wettbewerb Leipzig (Germany), Tchaikowski Competition Moscow (Russia).
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