Imagination, coherence and originality characterize the concert programs of the Belgian pianist Thérèse Malengreau. Her career as a recitalist and chamber music player has taken her throughout Europe. Her repertoire ranges from Bach to the contemporary, with a predilection for music from the turn of the nineteenth and the twentieth centuries; she has discovered and given first performances of numerous scores both from the past and the present. Connections between music, visual arts and literature are at the core of her performing career, sometimes directly realised in exhibitions and international artistic projects. Her audio CDs in this field — Parade and Belgium musical visions edited by Miroirs — complete a broad list of recordings for solo piano, featuring world premieres — Delage, Vellones, Liszt-Bartók-Crumb, Apostel, Simonis, Riotte under Cyprès, Naxos Grand Piano, Etcetera and BIS. Born into an artistic family, Thérèse Malengreau completed her studies at the Conservatoire royal de musique de Bruxelles with numerous Premiers Prix and Diplômes Supérieurs and holds a Master in romance philology from the Université libre de Bruxelles. Her teachers include Nicole Henriot-Schweitzer, Bernard Lemmens, Yevgeni Malinin and Léon Fleisher. She is laureate of Fondation de la Vocation and SABAM awarded her the Trophée Fuga after Pelemans Prize for her involvement in Belgian repertoire. She is an active researcher in music analysis and aesthetic and she regularly teaches piano as well as history and aesthetic of compared music, arts and literature.