Summer Festival Antwerp 2019:

Summer Festival Antwerp 2019:
International Young Talent Music Competition for violin, cello, flute, harp and piano

On July 28, 2019 at 10am

Concert by the winners on July 29 at 7pm

Practical organization: Love²Arts

Location competition:

MA'GO Music Academy
Mechelsesteenweg 125
2018 Antwerpen – Belgium

Location concert:

Opus 4
Desguinlei 90
2018 Antwerpen – Belgium

Jury members

Biography: Sung-Ju Lee

A violinist of dazzling technique and rare sensibility, Sung-Ju Lee has captivated audiences around the world with her "imaginative playing and luminous sound", her "impeccable technique", and her "taste for the dramatic and unflagging sense of authority".

This acclaimed violinist launched her career with a New York debut in 1977 as a winner of "Young Concerts Artists" and was immediately recognized as "a first-rate violinist" by the New York Times.

Designated by Musical America Magazine as one of the country's most outstanding young artists, she has a long list of prizes, starting as a top prize winner of Ewha Young People's Competition in Korea at age 11.  She has gone on to win 1st prize in the Wieniawski-Kosciuszko Violin Competition in New York, a top prize in the Sibelius competition in Finland, a special citation as a finalist in the Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow and a Laureate diploma from Queen Elisabeth Competition in Belgium.

"When Sung-Ju Lee plays, the impact is immediate", noted the Los Angeles Times.  "She is exciting and powerful."

"Miss Lee has a tone of pure gold", said the Oklahoma City Journal Record.

Upon graduation from the Julliard School (where she studied with Ivan Galamian, Margaret Pardee, and Dorothy Delay), she was awarded the First Kreisler Fellowship for graduate studies.  Her list of accomplishments is impressive, beginning with her appearance as a soloist with the Seoul Philharmonic at the age of 9.

Read Sung-Ju Lee's complete biography on her profile page on the Love²Arts web site

Biography: Tatiana Samouil

Tatiana Samouil is a Russian violinist.  She entered the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory to study with Sergey Fatkulin and Maya Glezarova, receiving Special Mention with her diploma.  She continued to study for a master's degree at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels under Igor Oistrakh, and completed her studies with José Luis García at Madrid's Queen Sofía College of Music.

Tatiana won the 3rd Prize at the 2002 International Tchaikovsky Competition, the 1st Prize at the Prix Henry Vieuxtemps and Tenuto Competitions, as well as numerous prizes at the Michael Hill, Jean Sibelius and Queen Elizabeth competitions.

As a soloist, Tatiana has appeared with orchestras from all over the world.

As an active chamber musician, Tatiana regularly works with such artists as Caussé, Dumay, Helmerson, Labèque, and Wieder-Atherton, as well as the recently founded Malibran String Quartet.

Tatiana's 2006 debut album of the complete Prokofiev violin sonatas with pianist Plamena Mangova received excellent reviews.  In 2009, she recorded Luis Gianneo's Aymara violin concerto with conductor Luis Gorelik and the Salta Symphony Orchestra.

Tatiana plays a 1714 Stradivarius, once owned by Fritz Kreisler.  Since 2010, she is also playing on a violin built especially for her by Christian Bayon.

Read Tatiana Samouil's complete biography on her website

Biography: Minhee Kim

Ms. Kim studied at the Sunhwa School of Arts with Prof. Kyung-Sun Lee and at the Yonsei University College of Music with Prof. Dong-Suk Kang in Korea. She earned a Diploma at the Cologne University of Music and Dance where she studied with Prof. Ariadne Daskalakis and also attended courses at the Orchesterzentrum NRW in Germany and studied with Prof. Dirk Verelst at the Conservatorium Maastricht in the Netherlands.

Ms. Kim started her solo career at the age of sixteen when she appeared with the Russian Philharmonic orchestra performing the Mendelssohn violin concerto. Additionally she has performed among others with the Leeds Haydn Players, Banatul Timisoara Orchestra, Bratislava Chamber Orchestra, Vienna Festival Orchestra, Craiova Oltenia Philharmonic, Seoul Philharmonians and Seoul Arte Musica. After a performance with the Akademische Philharmonie Heidelberg in Germany, Ms. Kim has been invited to be a guest concertmaster for the "Ein Heldenleben" performance by R. Strauss.

Ms. Kim is a prize winner at several competitions such as the Sunhwa Chamber Music Competition (Gold Medal), the Korean Music Competition (1st Prize), London Grand Prize International Virtuoso Competition (3rd Prize) and the American Protégé International Competition of Romantic Music (1st Prize).

She has been a violin teacher at the St. George's International School in Germany and she currently holds a teaching position at the Suwon University College of Music in Korea as a Visiting Professor.

Ms. Kim performed at the 2017 Schubert Marathon recitals series, and in 2018 at the Chopin and Romantic Music of Polish Composers recital series. In 2019, Ms. Kim will have numerous recitals throughout Germany as part of the Clara Schumann Marathon series. In addition, she will be performing the complete Beethoven violin sonatas.

Biography: Hye-Woon Cho

Hye Woon Cho graduated from Busan Arts High, completed Pre-School of the Korea National University of Arts, and graduated with distinction from the Korean National University of Arts. She then went to the United States and completed her master's degree at Mannes College, and studied for her D.M.A degree at Boston University.

She has appeared on Italian radio with Italian Radio Sinfonia and made her New York debut at Carnegie Hall by winning the Special Presentation Winner audition. The Clara Piano Quartet, of whom she is the leader, won the first prize at the Boston International Chamber Music Competition and made their chamber music debut at Carnegie Hall. She performed at the 20th Century Chamber Music Festival (New School Univ.), Brahms Festival chamber music (Boston Univ.), served as guest principal of the New Jersey Philharmonic, and actively performed in New York and Boston.

Upon returning to Korea in 2009, she served as principal of Changwon Philharmonic Orchestra until 2012, and has continued to actively perform in orchestras and ensembles as principal of Joy of Strings, concertmaster of Busan Kamer Symphony, guest concertmaster of Gwangmyeong Symphony Orchestra, guest principal of Busan World Symphony as well as Busan Symphony Orchestra. She has held recitals in Seoul and Busan, and performed in the Young Artists Concert hosted by the Music Association of Busan, concert commemorating the 120th anniversary of Korea-France relations hosted by the Embassy of France, IBK Hall Opening Festival at Seoul Arts Center, Chamberhall Opening Festival at Busan Cultural Center, and has performed with various orchestras including Kimhae Youth Orchestra, Bada Orchestra, Busan Kamer Symphony, Praha Chamber Orchestra, and Busan Chamber Music Society.

She has also been invited as professor at Fall Foliage Chamber Music Program (2008, U.S.), International Children's Arts and Culture Festival (2011, Malaysia), International Academy of Arts, Cremona (2012 & 2014, Italy), Pyeongchang Special Music Festival (2013), Master Class, Malaga (2016, Spain), Jirisan International Music Festival (2017), International Academy of Arts Summer Festival in Saas-Fee (2017, Switzerland), Alps Music Festival (2018, France), where she has been further widening her musical spectrum through performances and masterclasses.

Hye Woon Cho continues to pursue her musical passion as current principal of Joy of Strings, and is nurturing future musicians in Busan National University, Kyungsung University, Korean National Institute of the Gifted in Arts, Busan National Institute of the Gifted in Arts, Busan High School of Arts, and Busan Middle School of Arts.

Biography: Leticia Moreno

Leticia Moreno, born in 1985 in Madrid, is a Spanish violinist. She started her music education at the early age of 3 in both violin and piano with the Suzuki Method offering her first recitals when she was just 5. From 1996, she studied six years with Zakhar Bron at the Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía and in Germany at the Köln Musikhochschule. Later on she followed the advice of Maxim Vengerov in Saarbrücken and David Takeno at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama where she received the highest degree ever in the history of the school for her final recital. Her last teacher was Rostropovich in 2003.

As of 2005 Leticia Moreno is playing a 1679 Pietro Guarneri violin, which was the property of the Stradivari Society of Chicago. She has programmed concerts all around the world in Austria, England, St. Petersburg, Moscow, Italy, Poland, South America, Mexico and Spain, and played with orchestras including the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and the Vienna Symphony Orchestra.

The Spanish Composer Francisco Lara has dedicated a composition to her: Capriccio for Leticia (2005).

Biography: Takashi Shimizu

Takashi Shimizu was born in Yokosuka and started playing the violin at the age of six.  Three years later, he won the important "Japan Music Competition" and made his television debut with the NHK Symphony Orchestra.

He first became the focus of public attention in his country at the age of 17 when, after winning three more prizes in national competitions, he won a scholarship to study under Jascha Heifetz at the University of Southern California.  He also studied with Michèle Auclair and Yfrah Neaman.

Takashi Shimizu has been awarded many prizes at international violin competitions.  His chamber music partners include Martha Argerich, Yehudi Menuhin, Ivri Gitlis, Fou Ts'ong, Alexander Rudin, Mischa Maisky and Pavel Gililov.

He has made a number of recordings with the London Symphony Orchestra, next to Bach's Solo Sonatas and Partitas, Ysaÿe's Solo Sonata and Prokofiev's Sonatas.

Takashi Shimizu is currently professor at the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music.

Biography: Olsi Leka

Olsi Leka was born in Tirana (Albania) in 1980. He started studying the cello at the age of 6. During his studies, he twice obtained the first prize at the "Young Virtuosi" competition (junior and senior categories), the first prize at the "Lyons Club Interpretation Competition" in Belgium and the second prize at the "International Music Competition" in Cyprus.

Aged 24, during his last year at the conservatory, he was appointed Cello Solo – First Cellist at the National Orchestra of Belgium. This allowed him to work with a multitude of conductors and soloists of international renown. Since then, he performed at chamber music events and festivals such as "Schiermonnikoog Festival" in Netherlands, the "Different trains Festival" in Albania, the "Gjövig Musicfest" in Norway and the "Excellent Concerts" in the Netherlands, and performed in recitals with the pianists Daniel Blumenthal, Alexandar Madzar, François-René Duchable, Adam Laloum, Liebrecht Vanbeckevoort, Desar Sulejmani and Peter Caelen.

The interpretation of the concerto "Tout un monde lointain..." by the French composer Henri Dutilleux was another career highlight. After preparation of the work with the composer, it was played and recorded live in Brussels in his presence. The composer said it was one of the best interpretations he had ever heard.

In 2007 he was appointed cello professor at the Royal Conservatory of Antwerp, and in 2015 at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels. He is regularly invited for cello master classes around the world and plays an exceptional cello of the famous violin maker Raffaele Gagliano, generously made available to him by the Eric Feldbusch Foundation.

Biography: Eliane Rodrigues

Eliane Rodrigues was born in Rio de Janeiro. Her musical talent was discovered by Helena Guimarães Galo and Arnaldo Estrella, and she later studied with Jacques De Tiège at the Conservatory of Antwerp.

She played her first recital at the age of 5 in the Teatro Mesbla in Rio de Janeiro and had her first TV performance at age 6 with the Orquestra Sinfonica Nacional conducted by Alceo Bocchino with a Haydn concerto, and twice again the same concerto with the Orquestra Sinfonica Brasileira conducted by Eleazar de Carvalho and Isaac Karabtchevsky.  At age 7, she performed Mozart's KV488 with the Orquestra Sinfonica Nacional conducted by Edouard van Remoortel.

In the USA, she received the "special prize" of the jury at the Van Cliburn competition, and made an indelible impression with Beethoven's 4th piano concerto at the Queen Elisabeth Competition in Belgium.  In 1994-95, she wrote her 15 Momentos Musicais and composed the Sonate Oubliée with themes from her childhood.  Her Suite #1 "Rio de Janeiro" for piano and orchestra premiered on August 9, 2000.  Eliane Rodrigues also played and recorded the 5 concerto's for piano from Sergei Prokofiev with the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra.

Over the last few years, Eliane has also won great acclaim as a conductor.

Eliane Rodrigues is professor at the Royal Conservatory of Antwerp.

Biography: Yu-Fen Chang

Yu-Fen Chang obtained her "diplôme supérieur" at the Brussels Royal Conservatory. She attended masterclasses and studied with Vitaly Margulis, Louiz de Moura Castro, Dimitri Bashkirov, John Perry, Pierre Réach and Elisso Virsaladze.

Besides being a pianist, she always had a great interest in literature. She also worked as a freelance writer for magazines and as a journalist for newspapers about cultural life and social events. These experiences have played an important role in enriching her musical understanding and interpretation.

Yu-Fen likes to perform so called mixed programs: "I like to give the audience the feeling they have taken an emotional sauna. I try to do that by combining the standard romantic 19th century repertory with either Scarlatti or Bach and on the other hand composers like Lepo Sumera, Tan Dun, Silvestrov, Janacek, Ginastera, Villa Lobos and Schnittke."

She performs all over Europe, China and Russia, and made her acting debut when she played the role of a pianist in the movie "Komma" (directed by Martine Doyen) together with the Belgian singer/actor Arno.

She has performed piano concertos with numerous international orchestras. Besides Rimsky-Korsakov, Rachmaninov, Mozart and Gershwin, she especially performed the piano concertos of Galina Ustvolskaya and Valentin Silvestrov (Epitaph) with Andres Mustonen and Dmitri Liss.

Since 2011, she is invited to give recitals in South-America. In 2016, she was extremely honored to give a masterclass at the Korean National University of Arts with "the cradle of international music competition winners".

Biography: Ksenia Ovodova

Ksenia Ovodova was born in 1990 in Krasnoyarsk to a family of famous Siberian pianists. She started her piano training at the age of 4 with her grandmother Ovodova L.E. At the age of 7, she entered the Music Lyceum of Krasnoyarsk in the class of her father Ovodov S.A. and performed with the Krasnoyarsk Academic Symphony Orchestra. In spite of her young age, Ksenia had a great success throughout Siberia.

Ksenia is a laureate of many competitions: the Open regional competition "Hope-98" in Krasnoyarsk (1998), the Fourth Open Competition for Young Siberian Pianists in Novosibirsk (1999), the Third International Competition for Young Pianists in Morioka, Japan (2000), the International Competition "Hope 2001" and "Hope 2004" in Krasnoyarsk (2001, 2004) and The Tenth International Skryabin Piano Competition in Paris (2010). She is also a laureate of the Krasnoyarsk's Head Prize. In 2003 and 2004, Ksenia was an active participant of the International Music Festival "Seasons" (Moscow and Saint Petersburg).

In 2005, she continued her studies at the Academic Music College in the class of Vera Khoroshina, from which she graduated with distinction in 2009, and enrolled at the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory. In 2012 and 2013, she was a jury member of the "Young Virtuoso" Competition in Moscow. In 2012, she entered the University Mozarteum in Salzburg (Austria) in the classes of prof. Florian Birsak (harpsichord) and prof. Wolfgang Brunner (fortepiano). At the same time, she studied at the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory under Sergey Kasprov (piano), Olga Filippova and Maria Uspenskaya (harpsichord), Alexey Shevchenko and Alexey Lubimov (fortepiano). In 2014, she graduated with distinction and got the certificate "Best graduate of the Year".

In 2013, she received an honorable mention as a fortepianist at the International Competition "Musica Antiqua" (Bruges, Belgium). In 2015, Ksenia graduated from "La Schola Cantorum" (Paris, France) in the class of prof. Igor Lazko. In 2016, she continued her studies at The Royal Conservatoire of Brussels, class of prof. Daniel Blumenthal, and in 2017 at The Royal Conservatoire of Mons with prof. Yuka Izutsu. Ksenia took part in international masterclasses given by Malcolm Bilson, Bart van Oort (fortepiano) and Hugo Reyne (chamber music). Ksenia collaborated with such outstanding musicians as Reinhard Goebel, Dorothee Oberlinger, Henry Raudales, Gábor Tarkövy, Marc Geujon, Dirk Brossé and Enrique Mazzola.

Biography: Nabila Chajai

Graduated in violon and harp, Nabila Chajai followed her studies at the Conservatoire National Superieur de Musique de Paris, in the class of Isabelle Moretti, and a master at the CNSM of Lyon with Fabrice Pierre. In 2004, she won the 2nd prize at the prestigious international ARD competition of Munich.

Parallel with her soloist and chamber music activities, she collaborates with the most important european orchestras and works with the most important conductors.

She was principal collaborator as solo harpist with the Gran Teatro La Fenice from 2011 to 2018, member of the Mozart orchestra with Claudio Abbado, and she's on trial with the Birmingham Symphonic Orchestra. She was also invited several times for masterclass throughout Europe.

Biography: Francisco Barbosa

Born in Braga (Portugal) in 1990, Francisco Barbosa began his musical studies with José Matos. In 2000, he joined the Conservatory of Braga, in João Marinho's and Adriano Sabença's flute class. In 2005, he continued his studies at the Guimarães Academy of Music, in Gil Magalhães' class. He attended masterclasses with Mark Fregnani-Martins, Nuno Inácio, Ana Maria Ribeiro, Reza Najfar, William Bennett and Mauricio Freire, among others.

Francisco collaborated with the National Orchestra of the "Templários", the Orchestra XXI, the Santa Cecilia Orchestra of Madrid, the Orchestra of the District of Braga, the Portuguese Chamber Orchestra and the Lisbon Metropolitan Orchestra.

Between 2008 and 2010, he studied in Vienna with Wolfgang Schulz, Reza Najfar and Hansgeorg Schmeiser. During this period, he also worked with Clare Southworth and Katherine Bryant, and attended Emmanuel Pahud's workshop in the Wiener Konzerthaus.

In 2010, he attended the "Julius Baker Master Classes", where he worked with Sandra Church, Tadeu Coelho and Brad Garner, among others. In 2012 he founded the trio "Sirius Trivium" with which he won the internal competition of chamber music of the Higher Metropolitan Orchestra Academy. He played in various concert rooms and was invited to play at the "Piantón Music Festival" in Spain.

In July 2013, Francisco obtained with distinction the Bachelor degree at the National Superior Academy of Orchestra, in Professor Nuno Inácio's class. In September 2014, he enrolled as student in "Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofia" in Madrid, with Professor Jacques Zoon. In 2015, he played a Solo Concert tour with the Reina Sofia Camerata, conducted by Hansjorg Schellenberger.

Since 2015, he has been a member of the "Klaue" woodwind quintet. Francisco was also invited to play at the "Santander Music Festival 2016" with soloists Matthias Racz and Pascal Moragues, and composer and conductor Krzysztof Penderecki.

Biography: Mari Fujino

Mari Fujino, born in Ishikawa (Japan), graduated in 1998 from the Tokyo University of Music "TO-HO" under the guidance of Izumi Komoriya, and in 2002 from the Conservatory "GB Martini" in Bologna with full marks, praise and honorable mention under the guidance of Maestro Carlo Mazzoli. In 2003, she graduated from the three-year course of Chamber Music held by the International Piano Academy of Imola under the guidance of Maestro Pier Narciso Masi. She also followed training seminars held by pianists Arnaldo Cohen, Tomislav Bainov, Karl-Heinz Kämmerling, and improved with Maestro Pier Narciso Masi and Maestro Massimo Neri.

Mari has been awarded in several national and international competitions, both in solo and chamber music categories, and has worked as a piano accompanist at master classes and music courses led by various renowned teachers. She also lends her work as a pianist for the two-year experimental courses of higher education, held at the state-recognized Musical Institute "Orazio Vecchi" of Modena, and for the improvement courses of the School of Portogruaro, besides her constant collaboration with the Haydn Orchestra of Bolzano.

Mari Fujino has an intense concert activity both as a soloist and in various chamber ensembles, as well as in collaboration with various instrumentalists and singers.

Biography: Zhao Yu

 

Zhao Yu, pianist and associate professor, began to practice the piano in Shanghai since childhood, studied at the Shanghai Conservatory of Music College, and graduated with a master's degree in piano. From 2008 to 2010, he taught at the Xinghai Music Academy. He is currently teaching at the Piano Department of the Conservatory of Music of Guangxi Academy of Fine Arts. He teaches piano undergraduate and postgraduate piano performances, postgraduate courses in Western piano art and piano practice. He has received many guidances from international piano masters including Fu Cong, Chen Hongkuan, Chen Bixian, Blakinsky, Boris Berman, Bashkirov and Paul Badulla-Skoda. His performance "exquisite skills, music is really moving", praised by experts. He has participated in many domestic and international piano competitions and won awards, including the 2006 China National Youth Piano Competition, the American E International Piano Competition, the American Hilton Hyde International Piano Competition, the Brazilian Villa Robles International Piano Competition, and the Chinese Music Golden Bell Award, the Golden Bell Piano Competition and so on.

As a performer, he participated in the Rachmaninov Trio Master Class in April 2007 and held a concert at the Shanghai Concert Hall. In June 2007, he participated in the chamber music master class organized by the Berger Quartet and the founder of the European Chamber Music Institute, and was praised as "the most talented trio in Asia". For many years, musicians who have collaborated and held concerts include the violinist Zuckerman, Godferhof, the flute player Dr. Watson and many more.

Biography: Dirk Verelst

Dirk Verelst, violinist and conductor, studied at the Royal Flemish Conservatory of Antwerp with Franz Wigy and in Geneva with Henryk Szeryng.  Afterwards he specialized in the performance of 18th century music with Sigiswald Kuijken and became a member of the Baroque Ensemble "La Petite Bande", with whom he played concerts all over the world and was able to perform on radio and television and to record for well-known record labels.

Dirk Verelst was a violin and chamber music professor at the Conservatories of Antwerp and Maastricht.  Since 1991, he is the president of the International Academy of Arts, and, since 2003, the artistic director and president of Love²Arts.  In collaboration with the Lakatos Ensemble, he has conducted concerts, live television performances and DVD recordings.

Dirk Verelst was guest professor and conductor at the Xing-Hai Conservatory of Guangzhou (China), guest professor at The Korean International University of Arts in Seoul, guest conductor of the Collegium Musicum of Kyiv, a jury member at different competitions such as the International Shabyt Violin competition in Astana (Kazakhstan), and guest professor and conductor at different master classes with his friends and colleagues, such as Mikhaïl Bezverkhny, Herman Krebbers, Philippe Hirschhorn, Roby Lakatos, Igor Frolov, Igor Oistrakh and Sung-Ju Lee.

Rules

Only subscribers of our master classes can participate in the International Young Talent Music Competition.

Cost price

The application fee is 100€ (non-refundable).

Prizes

The candidates are rated individually, not by instrument.

1st prize: 500€
2nd prize: 300€
3rd prize: 200€

Dimitri Musafia prize for the best violinist: violin case
Young Talent prize: 100€

4th through 6th prize: diploma

Dates and places

The competition will take place in the concert hall of the MA'GO Music Academy on Sunday, July 28 at 10am.
The concert by the winners of the competition is scheduled for Monday, July 29 at 7pm and will take place in the concert hall of Opus 4.

Program for violin (-13 years)

  1. a violin concerto (minimum level: Küchler, Rieding, etc) (max. 20')

Program for cello (-13 years)

  1. a concerto from the baroque to the romantic period (minimum level: A. Vivaldi, J.C. Bach, J. Haydn, C. Saint-Saëns, etc) (max. 20')

Program for piano (-13 years)

  1. free choice (max. 20')

Program for violin

  1. Niccolò Paganini — 1 Caprice (free choice)
  2. Johann Sebastian Bach — 1 movement from Solo Sonatas & Partitas (free choice)

Program for cello

  1. Johann Sebastian Bach — 1 movement from the Suites for solo cello (free choice)
  2. Carlo Alfredo Piatti — 1 of the 12 Caprices for solo cello, op. 25 (free choice)

Program for flute

  1. Georg Philipp Telemann — 1 of the Fantasias for solo flute (free choice)
  2. Niccolò Paganini — 1 of the 24 Caprices for solo flute (free choice)

Program for harp

  1. Marcel Tournier — La Volière Magique from Images
  2. Johann Sebastian Bach — Preambule from Partita #5 BWV 829
  3. Aram Khachaturian — Danse Orientale
  4. Aram Khachaturian — Toccata

Program for piano

  1. 1st movement from a sonata by Haydn, Mozart or Beethoven
  2. 1 etude by Chopin, Liszt, Rachmaninoff or Scriabin

Subscription

To subscribe to the International Young Talent Music Competition, please complete the application form of the master classes.  The application fees as well as the application form need to arrive before July 15, 2019 (bank details below), otherwise the subscription is considered invalid.  Please mention "Summer Festival 2019" as well as your name in the message field of your money transfer to avoid problems.

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IBAN: BE03 3200 6948 2584
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