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  • I am excited to announce the first major concert at the Alexander pianos showroom.
    Belgium based International concert pianist Catherine Geels is performing 3 concerts while on her debut concert tour in New Zealand.
    Catherine’s objectives in music, particularly music performance, is to make classical music understandable to as many people as possible and to enable access to as many people as possible while abolishing the elitist stigma (socially and financially) that often surrounds a classical performance.
    NZ$ 23.00

I am excited to announce the first major concert at the Alexander pianos showroom.

Belgium based International concert pianist Catherine Geels is performing 3 concerts while on her debut concert tour in New Zealand.

Catherine’s objectives in music, particularly music performance, is to make classical music understandable to as many people as possible and to enable access to as many people as possible while abolishing the elitist stigma (socially and financially) that often surrounds a classical performance.

Training and career path


Catherine was a pupil of M.Perez Torrecillas at the Academy of Woluwé St Pierre (Brussels). Catherine immediately obtained a first prize for solfege, with great distinction, in Mme Pendville's class, at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels.

Afterwards she continued her training in Spain with M.Torecillas where she obtained A Prize for Chamber Music at the Superior Conservatory of Music in Alicante as well as the Professional Diploma with the highest distinction.

Back in Belgium Catherine was awarded a medal from the Government while studying with  Mrs. Montero at the academy of Woluwe Saint Lambert. She continued studying for two years with Master Eduardo del Pueyo. Catherine  obtained First Prize for Piano at the Conservatoire de Music from Antwerp in the class of M. Pascal Sigrist.

She graduated in psycho-pedagogical music at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels. 

 Catherine started "Musica Viva" having participated in several courses Orff, Kodaly and other global pedagogies and gave musical awakenings and piano lessons tor 7 years.