“The music is not in the notes, but in the silence between.”
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
“There is no feeling, except the extremes of fear and grief, that does not find relief in music.”
“Music, of all the arts, stands in a special region, unlit by any star but its own, and utterly without meaning ... except its own.”
Dorine Sorber was born in Leiden (the Netherlands) and started piano playing at the age of 7. A couple of years later she was accepted in the class of the Russian Professor Mikhail Markov (Tchaikovsky conservatoire, Gnessine institute) where she studied until 1999.
Afterwards she studied with professor Youli Galperin in Paris, with Yevgeni Moguilevski and Mikhail Faerman at the Royal conservatory of Brussels. She obtained her Bachelor and Master degree in performing arts, as well as the certificate of aptitude for teaching.
In 2002, 2003 and 2005 she was selected to participate at the “masterclasses in memory of Sergey Rachmaninov”, with Professor Viktor Merzhanov in Tambov, Russia.
She is also a semi-professional singer, and studied with Evelyne Bohen and Mireille Capelle at the Ghent school of arts (conservatory).