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Inti de Maet - gitaar

Inti started classical guitar lessons at age seven with Franky Viaene, studied further with Roland Broux, Johan Fostier, and later with jazz guitarists Hendrik Braeckman and Frederik Leroux.

His musical projects have taken him to Holland, Germany, France, Italy, as well as Georgia, Ukraine, the U.S. and 3 tours of China. With the Four Aces Guitar Quartet he won Supernova and the Italian Poala Ruminelli Chamber Music Competition. He can be heard alongside Triunfal Quintet on the Four Aces Guitar Quartet albums, NAYM, Les Mecs du Nord, and on albums by Brussels Philharmonic, including music by Terence Blanchard and Carter Burwell, both as guitarist and mandolinist.

As a composer, he writes music for his projects as well as for film projects and theater.


Inti de Maet began classical guitar lessons at age seven at the Municipal Academy for Music and Word in Eeklo with Franky Viaene, and continued these studies at the renowned Lemmens Institute in Leuven. He took lessons with Roland Broux, Johan Fostier, and over the years followed master classes with masters Carlo Marcione and Aniello Desiderio.

In 2009, he started studying jazz guitar at the Royal Conservatory of Antwerp, taking lessons with Hendrik Braeckman, Frederik Leroux and Nic Thys.


His musical projects have taken him to the Netherlands, France, Germany, Slovenia, Italy and China, and he can be heard on albums with the Four Aces Guitar Quartet, NAYM and Les Mecs du Nord, among others, as well as on the soundtrack of the Belgian film "Plan Bart".


As a soloist, Inti has already performed several times with Brussels Philharmonic, including at the World Soundtrack Awards, where he performed "Il Girono del'Ira" from the film "Django Unchained," with among the audience the now deceased composer of the music, Riz Ortolani. In 2015, he took on the jazz guitar solo in the Brussels Philharmonic West Side Story production conducted by Wayne Marshall.


In addition, Inti is busy composing and arranging music, including for theater ( My Sons, Garageteater Duffel, 2013), musical theater and projects.

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