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  1. Franck – Violin Sonata (dedicated to E. Ysaye)
  2. Ysaye – Solo Violin sonata No. 2 (Op. 27)
  3. Kreisler – Recitativo and Scherzo – Caprice for Solo violin (Op. 6) (dedicated to E. Ysaye)















Vilmos Csikos

Vilmos Csikos was born in Budapest (Hungary). In 2001 he moved to Belgium where he started to play violin two years later at the age of 7 at the Tchaikovsky Music School with Mr. Igor Tkatchouk. He has continued his violin studies with Mr. Yossif Ivanov at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels.


In recent years Vilmos has received numerous prizes at national and international competitions. In March 2004 he won his first competition at the Didier Nowe Contest in Brussels. One year later he was awarded 1st Prize and gold medal at the European Competition for Young Soloists (UGDA) in Luxembourg and in May 2006 he received 3rd Prize at the Kocian Violin Competition in Czech Republic. In 2007 he even won three 1st Prizes at the ‘FLAME’ in Paris, the ‘Postacchini’ in Italy and the ‘Remember Enescu’ in Sinaia (Romania). The following year he became first Prize winner at the ‘Bravo!’ competition in Brussels and second Prize winner again at the Kocian Violin Competition in Czech Republic. In the following two years he was awarded four more 1st Prizes at the ‘FLAME’ in Paris (May 2009), the ‘Rotary Breughel’ in Brussels (April 2010), the ‘Cavatina’ in Namur (Belgium, May 2010) and the European Competition for Young Soloists in Luxembourg (November 2010). At Belfius Classics in November 2011, he received 1st Prize. He won 2nd Prize at the Henri Koch Violin Competition in Liège (Belgium, October 2013) and 3rd Prize at the Louis Spohr Violin Competition in Weimar (November 2013). In October 2015, He won 1st Prize at the « Young Belgian Talent » Competition. In July 2016, he was invited as a soloist and a chamber musician to the « Encuentro de Música y Academia de Santander » in Spain. In this festival, he had opportunity to share the stage with world reknowned artists like Péter Csaba, Hansjörg Schellenberger and Krzysztof Penderecki.


In addition to his participations in competitions Vilmos also has taken part in master classes with Augustin Dumay, Eyal Shiloach, Joshua Epstein, Katalin Sebestyén, Péter Csaba, Michel Béroff, Hansjörg Schellenberger, Alexander Rudin, Nobuko Imai, Latica Honda-Rosenberg, Mihaela Martin and Zakhar Bron and has given concerts. He has collaborated with the Ensemble Orchestral ‘Young Soloists’ from Belgium, the chamber orchestra Aria, the Youth Academy Symphony Orchestra « Slobozhanskiy », the orchestra of The LISZT School of Music Weimar, The Brussels Sinfonietta and The Euregio Jeugdorkest (EJO).


Chiara Alaimo


Alaimo Chiara, born in July 30, 1998, of italian origin and of french and belgian nationality, began her piano studies at the age of 5 with the Russian teachers Lucine Revondian and Maria Andreieva.

Then she joined Professor Jean-Paul Wittek to the Academy of St. Agatha Berchem where she studied for six years before meeting Professor Stephanie Salmin and Pierre Solot at the conservatory Florence-Balthazar of Namur where she received piano lessons for 6

years. Chiara, by the age of 16, joined the class of Professor Aleksandar Madzar in 2014, at the Brussels Royal Conservatory (KCB) as « Young Talent”. At the same time she studied chamber music with Professor Marc Henne. Therefore, she created together with her sister Chiara the Duetto Alaimo. She has participated in many competitions, including the International Epta Competition in 2010 and 2012, the national competition of Liège in 2012, the national competition Cavatine of namur in 2012 (2nd prize), the Steinway & Sons competition in

Antwerp (prize-winner) and the competition Classissimo of Brussels in 2013 (2nd prize). Chiara has also participated in several masterclasses, including masterclasses from Joszef Balog, Zoltan Fejervari, Boyan Vodenitcharov, Lukas Blondeel, Boaz Sharon, Nelson Delle Vigne

Fabbri and André de Groote. In 2014, Chiara has won a first prize at Belfius classics competition.Therefore, she gave a concert at the Palais Provincial of Liège. She organized her own concert, 2 years later, with her sister at the Conservatory Florence-Balthazar. Chiara studies, nowedays, full-time at the KCB with Alexander Madzar, Hans Ryckelynck (piano) and Thomas Dieltjens (chamber music).