Leen Langenbick (°1978) was born in Bruges and took music classes at the Bruges City Conservatory under Johan Vandecaveye. She also studied at the Royal Conservatories of Antwerp and Ghent under Yves Storms and Roland Broux. After taking a Master’s degree she went to Odair Assad in Mons for further professional excellence. With Four Times a Lady she attained a Master’s degree in Chamber Music. At present, she is general coordinator and guitar teacher at the Torhout Art Academy. Together with Johan Vandecaveye she plays and sings in Allons Chanter.
Ostend-born An Vlaemynck (°1982) took music courses at the Ostend Conservatory under Adiel Dierkens and Tonny Osaer. Raphaëlla Smits was her teacher at the Leuven Lemmensinstituut, where she took her Master’s degree. She then went to the Maastricht Zuyd University College to take the degree of Performing Musician under Carlo Marchione. She is now a guitar teacher at the Ostend Seaside Conservatory.
Phyllis Demylle (°1993) born in Bruges, took music classes at the Bruges City Conservatory under Paul Monballieu, Johan Vandecaveye and Tonny Osaer. Further studies deepened her love of music at the Luca School of Arts (formerly known as Lemmenstintituut, Leuven). She took a Master’s under Raphaëlla Smits in 2016. Together with percussionist Niels Pannecoucke, with whom she forms a duo, she attained a Master’s in chamber music. Phyllis teaches guitar at the Torhout.
Willemijn Vermeir (°1987) grew up in Oostduinkerke at the Belgian seaside but has lived in Ghent for quite some time. She took music classes at the Veurne Academy where Frank Desramaults was her first guitar teacher. She then studied at the Ghent ‘Koninklijk Vlaams Conservatorium’ (Royal Flemish Conservatory) under Yves Storms and Johan Fostier and took a Master’s Degree in guitar. She is now a guitar and ensemble teacher at the Knokke-Heist Art Academy.