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In 2018, she was appointed lecturer for historical and modern clarinet at the Royal Conservatory of Antwerp (part of the Artesis Hogeschool Antwerpen).

Van Wauwe has appeared as a soloist in major European concert halls, such as the Tonhalle Zürich, the Palais des Beaux-Arts de Bruxelles, the Konzerthaus Berlin, the Wiener Konzerthaus, the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, and Wigmore Hall in London. She has performed with orchestras such as the Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Munich Chamber Orchestra, the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and the Brussels Philharmonic. In 2018 she performed on a modern basset clarinet the Clarinet Concerto (Mozart) with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra under Thomas Dausgaard during a live broadcast on radio and television worldwide BBC Proms at Royal Albert Hall, London. In early 2019 she appeared in Johannesburg and Pretoria. Van Wauwe has regularly appeared at international festivals including the Lucerne Festival, the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival, the Festspiele Mecklenburg-Vorpommern [de] , the Kissinger Sommer, and the Festival de Radio France et Montpellier. In 2017, Manfred Trojahn dedicated his Sonata V to her, which she premiered in Zurich and recorded for BBC Radio 3.

She is also active in the field of chamber music and was one of the co-founders of the Brussels chamber music ensemble Carousel in 2018. Van Wauwe is an ambitious yoga enthusiast. She believes that her yoga exercises have a "positive influence on her clarinet playing". Her practice of the discipline led to a specially commissioned concerto based on breathing and meditation by composer Wim Henderickx. It was co-commissioned by the Borletti-Buitoni Trust and BBC Radio 3. This clarinet concerto called SUTRA "will be a spiritual meditation in which extreme virtuosity is coupled with an intense musical experience. Passages of peace, meditation and silence are combined with violent outbursts."


In 2015, Van Wauwe released a CD of clarinet sonatas by Mieczysław Weinberg and Sergei Prokofiev, Weinberg-Prokofiev, with the pianist Lucas Blondeel, and in 2019 the CD Belle époque with the Orchestre National de Lille and its music director Alexandre Bloch was released, which includes works by Claude Debussy, Manfred Trojahn, Gabriel Pierné, Johannes Brahms and Charles-Marie Widor. Mark Pullinger of Gramophone, in his review of Belle époque, praises the artist for the "great sensitivity to her phrasing" and emphasizes the first recording of Trojahn's Rhapsody, the Caprice of which he calls a "high-wire act for the soloist, which Van Wauwe navigates with aplomb". Another reviewer, Stuart Sillitoe of MusicWeb International, describes Van Wauwe as a "formidable clarinettist", and praises the playing on the entire disc. He characterizes her performance of Debussy's Première Rhapsodie as "superb", so good as now be his "favourite" over all of his other recordings of the work.


The 2012 ARD competition prize was decisive for her international career.


During her education Annelien van Wauwe played in the Junge Belgische Philhamonie, the Jeugd en Musiekorkest Antwerp, the Niederländisches Jugendorchester, the Orchestre de Paris under Christoph Eschenbach and 2010 as principal clarinetist in the Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester under Herbert Blomstedt.


Van Wauwe was born in Hamme, Belgium. She began playing clarinet at the age of 8. After completing secondary school in 2004, she began her training as a professional clarinetist at the Musikhochschule Lübeck with Sabine Meyer at the age of 17. After graduating there, she continued her education at the Paris Conservatory for music and dance with Pascal Moraguès in 2009 and from January 2010 at the Accademia di Santa Cecilia in Rome with Alessandro Carbonare and then at the Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler Berlin with Ralf Forster, solo-clarinetist of Konzerthausorchester Berlin and Wenzel Fuchs and completed a master class in Los Angeles with Yehuda Gilad. In the field of historical performance practice, she studied classical clarinet at the Paris Conservatory with Eric Hoeprich [fr] and at the Musikhochschule Trossingen with Ernst Schlader. Her studies have been supported by numerous grants from Belgian and foreign foundations and societies.


Annelien Van Wauwe (born 1987) is a Belgian clarinetist who performs internationally as a soloist. She was educated by Sabine Meyer and other internationally known teachers. She has won numerous international competitions and performs with top international orchestras and as a sought-after soloist at international festivals, but is also active in chamber music with her own ensemble. Several works have been composed especially for her. She is also a principal teacher for historical and modern clarinet at the Royal Conservatory Antwerp.