Jean-Pierre Haeck (b. 1968, Verviers, Belgium) is a Belgian composer, arranger and conductor.
Jean-Pierre Haeck began studying music at the Conservatory of his hometown, Verviers. After the Greco-Latin humanities, he studied at the Royal Conservatory of Liege, where he won several awards in conduction, percussion, trombone and theory.
Haeck was a trombonist in the Orchestra of Belgian Radio and Television from 1988 to 1990, lecturer at the Conservatory of Liège from 1992 to 1994, and taught in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg from 1993 to 2000.
In 1994 he founded the Ensemble Orchestral Mosan, where he became musical director and founded his own record label, "JPH Productions". Meanwhile, he is also the assistant director of music at the Friedrich Pleyer Royal Opera of Wallonia. He then directed several concerts with the Orchestre Philharmonique de Nice, the Great Orchestra of Harmony of the European Communities, the Favorite at Bordeaux Opera, the Périchole to Monte-Carlo. In 2002, Haeck was appointed principal guest conductor of the Orchestre Philharmonique de Liège.
Since 2009, in addition to conducting, Haeck has been composing music for symphony orchestras, wind bands and orchestration.
Works for Winds
- Flight to the Moon (2021)
- La Luz Del Sol (2018)
- The Longest Day (2015)
- Three Little Pieces (2009)
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