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Patchwork : for piccolo and marimba / Jeroen D'hoe

Genre: Chamber music
Subgenre: Mixed ensemble (2-12 players)
Scoring: picc mar

Prayer : Version for violin, clarinet and piano / Jeroen D'hoe

Genre: Chamber music
Subgenre: Mixed ensemble (2-12 players)
Scoring: vn cl pf

Dances : Version for violin and piano / Jeroen D'hoe

Genre: Chamber music
Subgenre: Violin and keyboard instrument
Scoring: vn pf

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Two Argentinian Dances : for tango quintet / Jeroen D'hoe

Genre: Chamber music
Subgenre: Mixed ensemble (2-12 players)
Scoring: pf acc vn g-e db



D'hoe, Jeroen

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Jeroen D'hoe (°1968) is a prolific composer, pianist and musicologist, who engages in various dialogues between contemporary classical music and other musical styles and art disciplines, often commissioned by orchestras, ensembles, festivals, and museums. He received a DMA (Doctor of Musical Arts) and Master of Music in composition with John Corigliano from The Juilliard School (New York), in addition to Masters in composition (Piet Swerts) and piano (Johan Lybeert and Alan Weiss) at LUCA School of Arts, Campus Lemmens (Leuven) and a Master in Musicology (KU Leuven). Jeroen D'hoe won the National Composition Competition of Queen Elisabeth (2003), the SABAM Prize for Composition (2003) with Toccata-Scherzo, and the Composition Competition of the Province of Flemish Brabant (2002) with Festival Anthem. He received the “Golden Poppy” Award (SABAM) for his oeuvre in the classical composition category (2008).
Jeroen D'hoe recently composed Two Argentinian Dances (2022) for Triunfal Quintet, Crazy Carousel (2020) for the Carousel ensemble, Prayer (2019) for Kugoni Trio, Myriad (2019) for Youth Orchestra Flanders & Stéphane Denève, Chamber Symphony (2019) for Le Concert Olympique, Dances (2018) for Amandine Beyer (violin) and Laurence Beyer (piano), and the song cycle Songs for the Crossing (2017) (on poems by Stefan Hertmans) for soprano, choir and orchestra, commissioned by Flagey in collaboration with Brussels Philharmonic and the Flemish Radio Choir. He also composed the string quartet Resonances (2015) for the Taurus Quartet, and collaborated with the artistic collective Wildworks [UK], as part of the audiovisual art project Once Upon a Castle (2014) in the Castle of Gaasbeek. Jeroen D'hoe received composition commissions from Flagey, Brussels Philharmonic, Flemish Radio Choir, Youth Orchestra Flanders, Stéphane Denève, Amandine & Laurence Beyer, Le Concert Olympique, Young Belgian Strings, deFilharmonie, Oxalys, New Juilliard Ensemble, Festival of Flanders, Castle of Gaasbeek, and Musica Sacra Festival (Maastricht), amongst others. As a composer and pianist, he also collaborated with Paul Michiels and Philip Catherine on It’s a Gas (2010), a crossover project integrating pop, jazz and classical music.
Jeroen D'hoe is professor in composition at Campus Lemmens (LUCA School of Arts) and the Utrecht Conservatory and at Musicology (KU Leuven), where he teaches about pop music. He is also a member of the artistic committee of the Flagey Academy and has been a visiting professor at The Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel. Jeroen D'hoe received the BAEF (Belgian American Educational Foundation) fellowship (1998).