What defines a community if not culture?

Music and art are the foundation of our identity, they are essential to our national wellbeing. In music, people find strength and happiness. Our goal is to promote the power of classical chamber music. We want to inspire generosity and have you re-discover music through the eyes of Kâsteaux.

The Artists
of Kâsteaux 2021

Marc Sabbah
 viola | USA | Artistic Director 

David Cohen
 cello | Belgium 

Nicolas Dupont
 violin | Belgium 

Tatiana Samouil
 violin | Russia / Belgium 

       Noé Inui
 violin | Belgium / Greece / Japan 

Justus Grimm
 cello | Germany 

Roeland Hendrikx
 clarinet | Belgium 

Martin Klett
 piano | Germany 

Mihai Cocea 
 viola | Romania 


Friday 24, September  | 18:30
Opening evening | Stand up dinner

Friday 24, September  | 19:30
Mozart Clarinet Quintet k. 581
Schumann Piano Quintet Op. 44


Saturday 25, September  | 12:00
Gliére 10 Duets for 2 Cellos Op. 53
Bruch 8 pieces for viola, clarinet & piano

Mozart Piano Quartet k. 493

Saturday 25, September  | 14:30
Debussy String Quartet Op. 10
Brahms Piano Quintet in F minor, Op. 34

Our homemade food & drinks

Kâsteaux is serious about good food and drinks. We've made sure that our homemade hummus platters, cheese boards and wine selection was locally sourced and handmade for our guests.

The artists of Kâsteaux

Here's a look at some of our talented musicians from 2019.

A look back at Kâsteaux 2019

With Covid-19 being the cause of so many cancellations, we

wanted to relive the 1st edition Kâsteaux Chamber Music Festival.

How did you hear about Kâsteaux?

Thanks for your feedback!

Sunday 26, September  | 12:00
Brahms Trio for clarinet, cello & piano Op. 114
Brahms Piano Quartet n.3 Op. 60

Sunday 26, September  | 14:30
Respighi - Antiche danze et arie per liuto, Suite No.3 
Tchaikovsky Souvenir de Florence Op. 70