Pianist Lineke Lever completed her studies cum laude at the Utrecht Conservatory with pianist David Kuyken. She then continued her training at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels, where she followed a specialisation in song accompaniment. There, she was taught by Anne Sofie von Otter, Julius Drake, Dietrich Henschel, and Christianne Stotijn. Lineke works mainly as a chamber musician, among others in a trio with soprano Tamar Niamut and Jeroen de Vaal. As a trio, they also collaborate in large choral works such as Rossini’s Petite Messe Solennelle. She also forms the Arte Duo with saxophonist Aubrey Snell, with whom she has recorded 2 laudatory albums. Lineke works with various composers such as Joost Kleppe, Chiel Meijering, and Bob Zimmerman. Lineke also completed the course Dutch Language & Culture at the University of Utrecht.