Former innovation manager at the multinational Spie. Business developer with an MSc in Mechanical Engineering. Problem solver with experience in technology venturing. Paul Plazier strives for clarity and simplicity in his work. As a mechanical engineer, he understands and appreciates the importance of technical innovation. His creativity and desire to innovate gave him the ability to easily find new applications for development. He released many products and services on the market, governments, SMEs and multinationals. He achieves his goals through strong management of expectations and trust. In his private life Paul is a bon vivant, loves good food, superb wine and classical music.
David studied the viola under Maestro Oleg Lev, Diemut Poppen and Boris Belkin and played in the Mozart Orchestra under Claudio Abbado. In 2013 he conceived the idea of an app where masterclasses with the greatest musicians in the world would be accessible to all, which marked the birth of DakApp as a concept. David divides his time between the Artistic Direction of Dakapp (selecting the best repertoire and interpreters) and negotiating with academic institutions and corporate partners worldwide. He continues to perform around the world as a chamber musician, playing with musicians such as Daishin Kashimoto, Sergey Babayan, Sebastian Klinger, Diemut Poppen, Clara Jumi Kang and Evgeny Sudbin.
Ineke was born and raised in Amsterdam, studied classical piano at the conservatories of Amsterdam and Rotterdam under Marjes Benoist and Jean-Bernard Pommier. She was Earned the Hartmann Award for Excellent Students for her final master’s recital, for which she also received the highest distinction. Apart from solo repertoire, Ineke is keen on playing chamber music in various ensembles and performs regularly abroad in countries like Germany, Austria, Belgium, Poland, Hungary and France.