Belgian harpist Eline Groslot is is a renowned orchestral musician, chamber musician and soloist, with a strong interest in all art forms. Since 2001, Eline is the solo harpist of the Brussels Philharmonic.
As a musician, she is dedicated to the creation, performance and promotion of new music. In this regard she has played the world premiere of Robert Groslot's Concerto for Harp & Orchestra at the World Harp Congress in Sydney. Her recording of this work has been released in autumn 2019 by Naxos.
Eline has performed on many festivals, including the Festival Camac in Marseille, the international harp festival Seduced By Harps, the Festival van Vlaanderen, Festival de Wallonie add Festival Brigittines. As a soloists she has worked together with amongst many others the Vlaams Radiokoor, Dvorak Collegium and Brussels Philharmonic. Eline is member of several chamber music formations, such as the Prometheus ensemble, the Hermes ensemble, I solisti del Vento, Less Is More and diverse ad hoc ensembles.
An important part of Eline's heart is reserved for the guiding of young musicians. She is harp professor at the conservatory of Bruges and has been harp professor at the conservatory of Antwerp.