Véronique Sulbout, an eclectic and vivid musician,
a demanding and curious spirit,
a suttle equilibrium!
After her musical debut at the music Academy of Bastogne(Belgique), she graduates at the Conservatoire Royal de Musique de Liège in 2001 with a Diplôme Supérieur de Guitare avec Grande Distinction, under the tuition of Luc Vander Borght and Johan Fostier.
She perfects her art with Alberto Ponce, Thomas Muller-Pering, Marco Socias, William Kanengiser. Her deep interest for languages and multiculturalism leads her to graduate in 2000 in Information and Communication at the Université de Liège.
In 2002, she wins the Third Price at the International Guitar Competition "Emilio Pujol" in Sassari (Italie) and in 2010, the City Prize in Saluzzo (Italie).
Interested in early music, she takes up a theorbe and continuo program. As an active and passionate teacher, she trains herself in Dalcroze pedagogy and in Suzuki guitar method. After teaching for several years in Belgium, she wins the guitar teacher position at the Conservatoire de Cannes (France).
She works in solo, duo with Luc Vander Borght, trio with the last and the violonist Louis-Denis Ott and in quartet "Take 4 guitar quartet"
She's an active member of the Expressions XX&I Association, which aims at spreading the music from XXth and XXIst centuries.