Still at the beginning of her musical career, Liesbeth performed already, as soloist and chamber musician, in most European countries as well as the Middle East, Africa, Asia and the United States.
Liesbeth studied at the Royal Music Conservatory of Brussels with Prof. Yuzuko Horigome. In 2009, she has been chosen as student at the Queen Elisabeth College of Music, where she studied with the masters of the Artemis Quartet. She studied with Jerrold Rubenstein, professor at the Royal Conservatory of Music of Antwerp and she continued her studies in Vienna with the highly reputable Prof. Boris Kuchnir.
As a soloist, she gives concerts in Europe and Asia with The Euregion Symphonic Orchestra, Les Symphonistes Européens, l’ensemble MUSICA, Nuove Musiche, , the Euregio Jeugdorkest, de Koninklijke Muziekkapel van de Gidsen, Kristiansund Symphonic, Romsdal Orchester, Molde Sinfonietta, Suzhou Symphonic Orchesta, Nanjing Philarmonic Orchestra, the LAO Orchestra …
Also as a chamber musician she toured in whole Europe with the ARSIS4 string quartet, the Resonance trio and currently with the St. George string quintet as well as in other formations.
She participates regularly in chamber music festivals all over Europe like ISA (Vienna), International Mozart Festival Augsburg, IMS Prussia Cove,  Encuentro Musica de Santander, International Chamber Music Festival Schiermonnikoog, Weikersheim,… where she shared the stage with artists like Martha Argerich, Philippe Graffin, Wolfram Christ, Roel Dieltiens, Nobuko Imai and many others. There she also worked together with professors like: Zakhar Bron, Augustin Dumay, Mihaela Martin, Pierre Amoyal, Albrecht Breuninger, Andras Keller, Anner Bijlsma, Ralf Gothoni, Ferenc Rados, Artis Wien, Klangforum Wien, …
Last concert season included ensemble performances in halls like Musikverein Wien and Concertgebouw Amsterdam.
This season she’s invited as a guest concertmaster in Los Angeles and San Diego State Orchestra and she made her German debut with Brahms concerto in Freiburg, as well as a concert tour in South China and Hongkong.

Liesbeth currently plays a Cassini violin from the year 1924.