German flutist Jill Jeschek, has been the solo piccolo with the Brussels Philharmonic since 2017.

She studied in Leipzig with Irmela Bloßner, in Barcelona with Julia Gallego and took part in masterclasses with Eric Kirchhoff, Cornelia Grohmann and Julia Gallego. She holds two Masters’ degrees from the Geneva University of Music under Jacques Zoon. As an orchestral player she has worked with leading orchestras such as the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande and the SWR Symphonieorchester Stuttgart. 

Jill has always placed great emphasis on contemporary music. She has premiered numerous contemporary works and is currently a member of the ensemble Tempus Konnex. Her work with flutists Mario Caroli and Robert Aitken have inspired her tremendously in the field of contemporary music. Jill is a passionate chamber musician and is invited regularly by international festivals such as Stellenbosch Chamber Music Festival and the Verbier Festival. 

Jill Jeschek was a recipient of scholarships by DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) and the Fundación Barenboim-Said Sevilla.

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If I was not a musician... I would be pastry cook

Chamber music means... giving, receiving, sharing and creating a unique energy

What motivates me in life is... its twists and surprises