Welcome to Jeroen D'hoe's website 

Upcoming

  • “Once upon a Castle” (2014), compositions and sound installations for the multidisciplinary artistic project at the Castle of Gaasbeek   (Belgium), created in collaboration with the theater company WildWorks (UK), will be heard again this year from April through     November, as part of “Twice upon a Castle”                                                                    (2015) Website Castle Of Gaasbeek
  • “Ella’s Blues” for tenor saxophone and piano, to be premiered on July 11, 2015 at the 17th World Saxophone Congress and Festival – Strasbourg (F) by Jeroen Vanbever (tenor saxophone) and Bart Van Caenegem (piano)            Website Sax Open
  • String quartet Nr. 1 “Resonances”, to be premiered by the Taurus Quartet in CC De Bogaard, Sint-Truiden (B) on November 18, 2015                                                                                                                                                  Website De Bogaard Podiumaanbod
  • Suite for oboe solo to be premiered by Piet Van Bockstal (oboe) on March 23, 2016 in CC "De Schakel", Waregem (B). Commissioned by CC "De Schakel"
  • “Tover-goed” [“Magic stuff”] for four-hand piano (title TBA), to be premiered by Benjamin Bertels and Jeroen D’hoe (piano) (date TBA, 2015) as part of a theatre concert for young children. Commissioned by Pantalone (B)
  • “To The River”, opera (on a libretto by Joris Capenberghs), commissioned by Mater Mosa (NL)
  • Piano quintet. Commissioned by the festival “Weg van Klassiek”, Brussels (B) (august 2016) (Julien Libeer, pianist and curator; Jeroen D’hoe, composer-in-residence)
  • “Straattekeningententoonstelling” [“Street Pictures Exhibition”], 10 piano pieces for beginners, to be published by Euprint (B) (2015)
  • “Callisto's Lullaby” for mixed chorus on a poem by Mercedes Kemp. Commissioned by the vocal ensemble Aquarius (B) (2015) “Fleurs de Flandre” (on a libretto by Annie Van Keymeulen) Commissioned by the vocal ensemble Aquarius (B) (2016)
  • “Dances” will be adapted for violin & piano (TBA soon)