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NATHALIE BOOGERS

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Period

1970 - current

Genre

contemporary classical music

Biography Nathalie Boogers

Nathalie Boogers was born on November 23, 1970. Education Nathalie Boogers began her composition studies in 1988 at the conservorty in Utrecht with Henk Alkema and Tristan Keuris. In 1993 she continued her studies with Theo Loevendie and Diderik Wagenaar at the Royal Conservatory of Music in The Hague and received ...
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Biography Nathalie Boogers

1970

Nathalie Boogers was born on November 23, 1970.


Education

Nathalie Boogers began her composition studies in 1988 at the conservorty in Utrecht with Henk Alkema and Tristan Keuris. In 1993 she continued her studies with Theo Loevendie and Diderik Wagenaar at the Royal Conservatory of Music in The Hague and received her diplom in 1997.


Compositions

Nathalie Boogers worked on the project Jonge Componisten a series produced by the Dutch Foundation Women an Music and her work Sgraffito door het Nieuw Ensemble o.l.v. Loes Visser werd uitgevoerd. Thereafter she wrote, among others Trees for the British Saxophone Quartet Saxology, Mars Driehoek Midhemel for the Zaans Wind Ensemble, Oh Earth, Wait For Me for the Venus choir (Utrecht), Movement for the Utrecht based string orchestra Zoroaster, Nieuw Werklust for the Rosa Ensemble and various film and theater music. In 1998 H was selected for the project De Nieuwe Stroom and performed by the Aquarius Ensemble onder the direction of Lucas Vis.

1999

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