An Van Laethem

Category:muzikant
Genre(s):barok, traditionele folk
Instrument(s):barokviool, vedel
Actual/previous member of:Jean-Pierre van Hees Kwartet, De Meijt op Solder, Les Pantalons, Per Flauto, Het Brabants Volksorkest, Rans & Flagel

Biography

An Van Laethem graduated with a Laureate Diploma (violin) from the Lemmens Institute in Louvain as a student of Bernadette Bracke. After that she studied baroque violin with Ryo Terakado at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague, she continued this specialisation with Sigiswald Kuijken at the Royal Conservatory in Brussels, where she obtained a First prize for baroque violin as well as for chamber music on historical instruments.

She participates in concerts and CD-recordings with the Huelgas Ensemble conducted by Paul Van Nevel, La Petite Bande conducted by Sigiswald Kuijken, B'Rock, Il Fondamento conducted by Paul Dombrecht, the Paul Rans Ensemble, Currende conducted by Erik Van Nevel, Zefiro Torna, Dous Mal, the Jean-Pierre Van Hees Quartet and several ancient-music ensembles.

Apart from that, she teaches baroque violin at the MAGO in Antwerp.

Selective discography

Mirabile mysteriumMirabile mysterium (2004)
early music
An Van Laethem, Giaches De Wert, Jacobus Clemens Non Papa, anoniem, Jacobus Gallus, Sebastian Alfonso, Geronimo Luca, Peter Cornelius (...)
Van Antwerpen tot Parijs / De la Seine à l'EscautVan Antwerpen tot Parijs / De la Seine à l'Escaut (2002)
early music, Traditional folk
Paul Rans, Philippe Malfeyt, Piet Stryckers, An Van Laethem, Paul Van Loey, Rans & Flagel, Olle Geris
Philippus De Monte - Laudate Dominum, motettenPhilippus De Monte - Laudate Dominum, motetten (2001)
early music
Currende, Bart Jacobs, An Van Laethem, Hendrik-Jan Wolfert, Susanne Braumann, Piet Stryckers, Herman Stinders, Christine Kyprianides (...)

Selectieve discografie als medewerker

Dufay - O Gemma LuxDufay - O Gemma Lux (2011)
early music
Huelgas ensemble, Paul Van Nevel
De Sayve Lambert - Sacred musicDe Sayve Lambert - Sacred music (2007)
early music
Giovanni Priuli, Oltremontano, Giovanni Gabrieli, Capilla Flamenca, Lambert de Sayve, Wim Becu