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Heloïse de Jenlis

Héloïse discovered the harp at the age of nine.
Student of Annie Lavoisier, Héloïse took courses and master classes with Marie Claire Jamet, Isabelle Moretti, Xavier de Maistre, Marielle Nordmann, Frédérique Cambreling, ...

She won second prize at the Lille international harp competition in her category, first prize unanimously at the UFAM Paris competition in her category, first prize at the Rovere d'Oro - Giovanni Talenti competition, first prize at the Concours French Harp (honor) and the second prize at the international competition "Suoni d'arpa" in Saluzzo.

In September 2008, she was admitted as a "young talent" to the Royal Conservatory of Brussels in the class of Annie Lavoisier. She has performed regularly as a soloist in Belgium in concertos by Wagenseil, Handel, Mozart and Boieldieu.

In chamber music, she performs regularly with the Jenlis trio in Belgium, France, Ireland, Italy... Héloïse has performed at the Festival Est-Ouest, the Festival de Wallonie, the Festival musiq3 in Flagey, the Festival Arte Amanti , the musical nights of Mazaugues, the Festival Amici della Musica di Foligno...

In 2019 she recorded a CD including the original works written for the formation of the Jenlis trio (harp, violin, cello).

She was selected by competition as solo harp in the European Union Youth Orchestra from 2014 to 2016. She plays regularly at the ONB.

In 2017 she obtained her specialized master's degree with distinction in harp in the class of Annie Lavoisier at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels.

In 2018 she obtained her post-master's degree "soloist / orchestra" at the Giuseppe di Milano Conservatory in the class of Fabrice Pierre.

In 2020 she obtained her aggregation diploma with great distinction at the IMEP. In the same year she completed a one-year replacement harp teacher at the Academy of Uccle.

She obtained more than three million views on youtube for her video of Les Arabesques de Debussy

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