Associate artiste

to the Festivals de Wallonie 2023

Beatrice Berrut is forging strong links with Belgian through a series of concerts at various festivals over the summer and autumn of 2023. Follow her as she explores these festival gems.

Each year, the “Festivals de Wallonie” select one or more artists, leading figures in the cultural world, to perform programmes directly linked to the theme in a cross-cutting way at all the federated festivals.

New album:


Transcriptions and Paraphrases for piano

My first collaboration with refined French label La Dolce Volta.

How can one come to terms with being a pianist madly in love with Austro-German post-Romantic music, which forsook one’s instrument in favour of the orchestra?


The best way to experience music is live and in good company. Share these particular moments of emotion and visit Beatrice Berrut’s concerts in your area.

03 October 2023



Palais des Beaux-Arts

Festival du Hainaut. Piano recital, works by Tchaikovsky, Berrut and Schoenberg.

04 October 2023



Palais des Beaux-Arts

Festival du Hainaut. Mozart Piano Concerto no.9 « Jeunehomme » with Orchestre Royal de Chambre de Wallonie under Vahan Mardirossian.

05 October 2023




Mozart, Piano concerto no.9 « Jeunehomme ». Orchestre de chambre royal de Wallonie under Vahan Mardirossian.

06 October 2023



Festival du Brabant Wallon

Piano recital. Works by Berrut, Tchaikovsky and Schoenberg.

The concert pianist's life

1985, Valais, Switzerland: Beatrice Berrut, born in the Swiss Alps in the canton of Valais, spends most of her childhood with her sister conquering the hills and mountains of her home valley.

The inspiration found in the marvellous landscape, the stoic Alpine giants carved ancient rock, and the fascination by nature itself accompany her to this day on her musical journeys.

The journal

From roots to stars

In a world where nationalities, languages and identities mix, enrich and sometimes clash, a recognition granted by one’s place of birth raises several questions. Indeed, I am the happy recipient…

Why the Liszt Sonata changed my life

When you play the piano, you are told since childhood that Liszt is a dubious figure: first seen as womanizer who writes music for pianists who love to show off,…

A season with a baton, from Meiningen to Covent Garden

It was in Berlin in 2007, and the audience in the Philharmonie, usually so well-behaved, applauded between the movements. It was simply impossible to keep to yourself the overwhelming emotions…

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