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Joey Roukens

Joey Roukens: Rising Phenix (for chorus and orchestra), Part I

Ecstasy (from 'Earnest and Game'), for string quartet by Joey Roukens

Ecstasy (from 'Earnest and Game'), for string quartet by Joey Roukens

Joey Roukens

Joey Roukens was born in Schiedam, the Netherlands, in 1982. He studied composition with Klaas de Vries at the Rotterdam Conservatory and psychology at Leiden University. Roukens also studied piano privately with Ton Hartsuiker. His works have been performed by major ensembles and soloists in the Netherlands and abroad, such as the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, the Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra, ASKO|Schönberg, Britten Sinfonia, Tokyo Sinfonietta, the Nieuw Ensemble, the Rubens Quartet, the Storioni Trio, the Aurelia Saxophone Quartet, Lavinia Meijer, Ralph van Raat and Colin Currie.