Delphine Gros

Pedagogical vision

To accompany each student in the most caring way possible, so that they can express their sensibility and reveal themselves through music.

Born in southern France, Delphine developed a passion for music, and the violin in particular, at an early age.

She studied at the Toulouse Conservatoire before continuing her training in Germany at the Hochschule für Musik Freiburg im Breisgau, where her teachers included Ildiko Moog Ban, Konzertmeister of the Freiburg Philharmonic Orchestra, and Gottfried von der Goltz, Konzertmeister of the Freiburger Barockorchester (FBO). She completed her training as a violin teacher and orchestral musician, graduating in 2007.

It was also during this period that she discovered the baroque violin, first with Petra Müllejans and then with Gottfried von der Goltz.

Ancient music was just what she was looking for, and she decided to move to Brussels to study with Mira Glodeanu. She obtained her Master’s degree in baroque violin from the Conservatoire Royal de Bruxelles in 2017, as well as her Specialised Master’s degree in the same discipline in 2018.

As a violin teacher, Delphine began at a very young age in the music schools of her native region. In Germany, she greatly enriched her knowledge of the pedagogical approach and subsequently taught for many years in Alsace.

The transmission of knowledge and the relationship with each pupil are essential and extremely enriching for her. That’s why teaching is so important to her. She teaches violin at the Brussels International Music Academy (BRIMA).

As a performer, Delphine appears with El Capricho del Duende, as well as with other groups on the Baroque scene, including: Ausonia, Le Concert Bourgeois, Florilegium Musicum.

Delphine is also a tango lover. In 2012, she took part in the Tarbes en Tango workshop, where she studied orquesta típica with renowned violinist and composer Ramiro Gallo.

Languages : FR – EN – ES – DE