Van Immersed, JOS
Van Immersed, JOS
Van Immersed, JOS, Belgian harpsichordist, pianist, conductor, and pedagogue; b. Antwerp, Nov. 9, 1945. He received training at the Antwerp Cons. His principal mentors were Flor Peeters and Kenneth Gilbert. He pursued an active career as a recitalist in Europe, becoming known as an interpreter of early keyboard music. In 1972 he became a prof, at the Antwerp Cons. He founded Anima Eterna in Brussels in 1985, an orch. devoted to performing music on period instruments. Among his notable recordings is a complete set of Mozart’s piano concertos with that ensemble with van Immerseel conducting from the keyboard (1990-91). In 1992 he became a prof, at the Paris Cons.
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