Camille Guénot

Flutist Camille Guénot studied at the Conservatory of  Brussels with Baudoin Giaux, and piccolo in Paris with Pierre Dumail. She has played with the National orchestra of Belgium, the Philharmonic orchestra of Liège, the Charlemagne orchestra for Europe, and since 2011, she is a member of the youth orchestra Ostinato (Paris). As a chamber musician, she regularly performs with the ensemble Akhtamar, and the flute quartet Hinemoa, which won first prize of the Horlait-Dapsens contest in 2008. This quartet recently recorded “Het Lam Gods III” written for them By Sophie Lacaze. Since 2012, she has been enrolled in the advanced master in contemporary music with the Ictus Ensemble and has performed contemporary music concerts in Belgium and Switzerland. Besides contemporary music, her projects for next year include a tour in Turkey with Hinemoa, and concerts in Bulgaria with children of two orphanages.



Adam Rosenblatt

American percussionist Adam Rosenblatt thrives in the world of contemporary chamber music and has collaborated with many composers, including David Lang, Steve Reich, John Luther Adams, Martin Bresnick, and James Wood. As a recent recipient of fellowships from the Belgian American Educational Foundation and The Frank Huntington Beebe Fund, Adam is continuing his studies in the Gent Conservatory’s Advanced Master’s program in Contemporary Chamber Music under the guidance of Brussels-based Ictus Ensemble and Gent-based Spectra Ensemble. This season, Adam was seen in performances of Steve Reich’s “Drumming” and George Antheil’s “Ballet Mecanique” with Ictus at venues in Lisbon, Brussels, Munich, and Lille among others. Additional projects saw performances in Basel and Jonkoping, Sweden for the 2013 Music Theater Now festival. Next season, Adam will be part of a collaboration with the contemporary dance school P.A.R.T.S. that attempts to meld the expressive realms of music and movement.

Adam earned a Bachelor of Music Degree from the Peabody Conservatory and a Master of Music Degree from the Yale School of Music, both under the tutelage of Robert van Sice.