The genesis of Orfeo

The idea of Orfeo is based on a double statement. On the one hand, there are many talents who do not often have the opportunity to express themselves because they are not part of a established artistic professional network. On the other hand, there are social, cultural, financial, logistical or other barriers to access to art and culture for some people. The founding idea of Orfeo is based on the meeting of different worlds to share the pleasure of art and beauty.

Who are we ?

Anne Deltour

Founder – Direction and Financing

Lawyer by training, after an experience in the Belgian and European civil service, I wanted to develop a social and artistic project. Musician and singer, I like to share my passion for the music that touches me.


Hananne Frouga

Coordination and human resources

After an experience in in human resources in the corparate world, I turned to the non-profit sector. Since September 2018, I collaborate with the Orfeo team in this wonderful project that links the social and the art and which fascinates me.


Alexandra Nemeth


Following my experience in the commercial sector, I chose to join the Orfeo team for the sharing of human and cultural values.
My job is the marketing development of Orfeo Event which represents for me the bridge between the value of artists and the curiosity of the public.


Dorelle Sluchin


After a mainly musical career, I wanted to join the Orfeo team for its desire for social ties and cultural sharing. Curious and passionate about these values, I take care of video communication and social networks. 


Roya Kamran


Having worked in the area of juvenile delinquency, I am quite interested in projects aimed at developing the potentials of children and youth and feel very enthusiastic about the work of Orfeo, which has set up a bridge between artists and socially disadvantaged children. 

Maria Zapico


What attracts me in Orfeo vzw is its humanitarian character as well as its wide range of artistic and cultural offerings that weaves links between people from disadvantaged backgrounds by giving them access to art.