Patrick van Deurzen

Teacher Music Theory

Patrick van Deurzen is a Dutch composer and teaches Music Theory, Instrumentation and Arranging at the Royal Conservatory of the Hague and the Rotterdam Conservatory of Music.

His music is performed by renowned performers as the DoelenKwartet and DoelenEnsemble, Sinfonia Rotterdam, Schönberg Ensemble, Novosibirsk Chamber Orchestra, Latvian and Flemish Radio Choir and New Morse Code in the Netherlands, in concert halls like The Doelen in Rotterdam,

Muziekgebouw aan het IJ in Amsterdam and The Philharmonie in Haarlem; and abroad, in the USA, Japan, Brazil, Russia, Germany, Italy, Spain and Czech Republic; and broadcasted both on national and international radio and television.

In 2015 van Deurzen did a Master degree on the research: Referential Networks: Composing and the “Outside World”

See: https://www.researchcatalogue....

At this moment (2017) Van Deurzen works on a new Music Theatre work for Henk Neven, Matthijs van der Woerd and the DoelenEnsemble; a series of Chambermusic works and recently he finished Invisible Cities, a New Rotterdam Concerto VI: Cimbalom Concerto for Jan Rokyta. For a short impression of this work:



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