Dutch pianists Sandra & Jeroen van Veen, performing on two grand pianos

Janey van Ierlandphoto: Janey van Ierland

Sandra Mol (1968) and Jeroen van Veen (1969) met at the conservatory in Utrecht in 1987. Since then they play together sharing their passion for multiple piano music. Their first Cd was a live recording presenting Canto Ostinato for two pianos by the Dutch “minimalist” Simeon ten Holt. This Cd was sold in more than 40 countries worldwide. Concerts and recitals brought Sandra & Jeroen from Miami to Novosibirsk. They are initiators of many concert series, among them the Amsterdam Concertgebouw and the Lek Art Festival in Culemborg. They recorded over 40 Cds in the last ten years. Besides playing piano they teach, adjudicate, compose music, and produce many different concert programs on a variety of common and uncommon concert locations such as railway stations.

Erik Satie complete pianoworks four hands,10 artistic quality, 10 sound quality (Classics Today 2010)
…‘perfectly judged characterizations, and seamless transitions between pieces’…
…’outstanding musicianship’…
…’airtight synchronicity and diverse palette of articulations’…, Jed Distler (Classics Today 2010)
Dutch pianist and composer, Jeroen van Veen, the leading exponent of minimalism in Holland today, Alan Swanson (Fanfare, 2010)

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