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Alexandra Cooreman

Alexandra Cooreman

Alexandra 15 years old was born in 2003 in Brussels, Belgium. She is from both Belgian and Polish descent. Five years of age, she began to play the violin. In the prestigious Academy of Music, Dance and Speech Arts Berchem-Saint-Agatha. At the age of nine, she gave a public performance with Orchestre de Chambre de Waterloo. The following year she took part in an international competition called Bravo. Adding to here the road to success she won the Foundation Arthur Grumiaux and after that the Barenreiter prize. After that, she became the outstanding creative achievement of the Kocian Violin Award in the Czech Republic.

A year later, in 2014, she became the first outstanding creative achievement category at the music competition Breughel. Furthermore, she played in the Czech Republic with the Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra Pardubice directed by Petr Louzensky. She played several concerts, that same year, with the Orchestre Royal de Chambre de Wallonie, located in Belgium. Alexandra was invited to perform at the Royal Palace in Belgium, directed by Frank Braley. The following year Alexandra got selected for the Augustin Dumay’s public masterclasses in Paris, at the Foundation Louis Vuitton. The internationally known fashion brands foundation which aims to promote and support modern artistic creation for a wide audience.

The next year she participated in a recording in the Masterclass of August Dumay by The Masterclass Media Foundation. Performing solo with the Gulbenkian Orchestra Lisbon, Portugal. Conducted by August Dumay. After that, she participated in Sochi Russia, with International Academy of Music of Yuri Bashmet. In March 2017, the public Masterclass of Guiliano Carmignola selected here to expand her studies.

Alexandra has studied at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel under the wings of Agustin Dumay and Tatiana Samouil.

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