Chloë Herteleer, born in Ghent, Belgium, has been a music programmer at deSingel International Arts Campus since 2003. DeSingel is a multidisciplinary arts centre in Antwerp, which offers a wide range of music. Chamber music, song and piano recitals and masterclasses have always been the focus of Chloë’s work. She graduated in Musicology and Cultural Studies at the Universities of Ghent, Leuven and Frankfurt am Main. After graduating, she worked for the Flanders Festival in Brussels and Ghent and for the classical music radio channel Klara. Chloë was a member of the jury at the Dranoff Two Piano Competition in Miami and of the International Chamber Music Competition “Franz Schubert und die Musik der Moderne” in Graz. In her free time, Chloë is a passionate piano player. She has been taking private lessons with Luk Vaes in Ghent, Jozef De Beenhouwer in Antwerp and Irwin Gage in Zürich. She is also part of Scarabee Music Academy, a chamber music academy for advanced amateur players in Antwerp.