Brussels Philharmonic | the team behind the scenes

team

The history and activities of the Brussels Philharmonic are inextricably linked with those of its sister ensemble, the Vlaams Radiokoor. Together with the youth orchestras, they form the Brussels Philharmonic vzw, an institution of the Flemish Community.

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management

Gunther Broucke general manager
Karla Laureyns executive assistant

artistic

Alain De Ley Vlaams Radiokoor
Tom Pipeleers Brussels Philharmonic
Judith Van Eeckhout Brussels Philharmonic

development

Helga Van den Bossche business relationships

production

Jim Seynaeve head of department
Carla Deveux head of stage management
Thomas Geurts stage management orchestra
Rik Deryckere stage management choir
Emma Touchot casting & administration
Pieterjan Hermans librarian
Céline Krick assistant librarian
Emiel De Vylder stage technician
Jean-Paul Peeters stage technician
Daniel Van Drimmelen stage technician

youth orchestras

Nicola Mascia coordinator

marketing & communication

Véronique Bossaert head of department
Sonja Kochoutina promotion & digital marketing
Nico Moernaut
press & public relations
Jenske Vanhaelemeersch content& community

hr & finance

Hilde De Vrieze head of department
Carine Ganitta collaborator
Dirk Naessens collaborator finance

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Ann Brusseel, Esther Coorevits, Peter De Graeve, Kaat Exterbille, Abigail Levrau, Hilde Peeters, Kurt Van den Bossche, Ralf Van den Haute, Koen Vanhaerents, Gwendolina Willems

GOVERNMENT REPRESENTATIVES

Erwin Scheltjens (culture) Maarten Vanholle (finance)

GENERAL ASSEMBLY

Hugo baron Vandamme (honorary chairman), Arthur Blanckaert, Katja Borgerhoff, Dirk Bruneel, Willy Claes, Carmen Cordier, Michel baron D’Hooghe, Rik Dhoest, Luc Ghekiere, Tony Mary, Patrick Moenaert, Freddy Neyts, Nora Nys, Jean-Pol Olbrechts, Isabelle Santens, Kathleen Steel, Francine Swiggers, Sofie Temmerman, Louis Tobback, Werner Van Lembergen, Arie baron Van Lysebeth, Ivo Van Vaerenbergh, Christine Van Velthoven, Piet baron Van Waeyenberge, Christine Vanderveeren