After studying violin with Bernadette Jansen, Brigitte Seghers and Igor Tkatchouk, Quentin, born in 1993, joined in 2012 Shirly Laub's class in the Conservatoire Royal de Bruxelles, where he's finishing he's master.
Since he's 14 years old, Quentin won first prices at different violin competitions, of which the Arthur Grumiaux International violin competition, the Belfius Classics and the « Concours de Musique Rotary Breughel », where he also won the public prize, a beautiful mounted gold bow made by Pierre Guillaume.
Actual member of the Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester, he also plays in different orchestras in Belgium such as « Orchestre Royal de Chambre de Wallonie » and the Flemish Filharmonia. In 2014, Quentin becomes Concertmaster of the Young Belgian Strings and the « Nederlands Jeugd Orkest ». He has collaborate with conductors as Herbert Blomstedt, Kent Nagano, Jonathan Nott, Xian Zhang, Leo McFall and worked with great soloists as Maria Joao Pires, Augustin Dumay, Lorenzo Gatto, Iossif Ivanov, Boyan Vodenitcharov, Marie Hallynck, Chen Reiss, Christa Mayer and Gabor Bretz among others. Quentin performed in many festivals in Europe including the « Festival de Pâques » in Aix-en-Provence, Wiener Festwöchen, Salzburg Festival, Lucerne Festival, Bolzano Festival, « Musiq3 Festival » and "Midi Minimes" in Brussels and played in famous halls such as the « Musikverein » and the « Theater an der Wien » in Austria, the « Gran Auditorio » in Madrid, «Palais des Beaux-Arts» and the «Flagey Studios» in Brussels, the «Palais des Congrès» in Strasbourg and the « Concertgebouw » in Amsterdam.
Quentin participated at masterclasses with Laurent Quenelle, Lorenzo Gatto, Tatiana Samouil and in chamber music with members of the Zemlinsky Quartet, Diotima Quartet, Prazak Quartet and London Haydn Quartet. In Brussels, he studies chamber music under the close guidance of Guy Danel, founding member of the Danel Quartet.
In 2015, the Conservatoire Royal de Bruxelles offers him the «Maurice Lefranc» price, which rewards him for his early career and his professionalism.