Benjamin Dieltjens

Benjamin Dieltjens has been first clarinet at the Antwerp Symphony Orchestra since 2007 and he is a member of the Orchestre des Champs Elysées. In 2008, he was invited as first clarinet at the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra. In 2012, he recorded Mozart's clarinet concerto with the New Century Barock Orchestra on historical instruments. He is also working as a chamber musician (both historical performances and classical and contemporary works) and has been a guest at several international festivals. He was a member of the Ensemble für neue Musik Karlsruhe under the guidance of Peter Eötvös. He was a founding member of the chamber music ensemble for contemporary music Het Collectief, founded in 1998, and has played on a regular basis with the ICTUS ensemble since 2003. He also plays regularly with Oxalys, Il Gardellino and Ensemble Explorations. Benjamin teaches chamber music seminars at the Orfeus Institute in Ghent and at the University of Vienna, and is head teacher of clarinet at the Conservatory of Brussels.

  • Saint-Saëns' 'Organ Symphony'

    Gábor Takács-Nagy, Benjamin Dieltjens, Eliz Erkalp, Graziano Moretto, Louis Baumann
    Musicians of the Antwerp Symphony Orchestra
    Sun 15.12.2024 – 11:00
    Camille Saint-Saëns reached the pinnacle of his musical career with his Third Symphony, a beloved masterpiece of French late Romanticism.
    Queen Elisabeth Hall, Antwerpen
    Sun 15.12.24
    For sale from 16.05.2024