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Frido ter Beek

Frido ter Beek (De Bilt, 1961) is a Dutch saxophonist who lives in Buenos Aires. He studied classical saxophone at the Conservatory of Utrecht with Ed Bogaard, Andre Hemmers and Iwan Roth. In 1987 he graduated as a teacher and as a performer in 1988 and then decided to study jazz with Ferdinand Povel at the former Hilversum Conservatory (now Conservatory of Amsterdam). In September 2015 he moved from Utrecht to Buenos Aires but continues to participate in various projects in the Netherlands (the Koh-I-Noor Saxophone Quartet, Film Orchestra The Sprockets and Silent Live). In Buenos Aires, Frido formed a jazz quartet (in 2017 el Club de Disco released his first cd entitled 'Entonces que?') and participated in the Roseti Project (also in 2017 the album 'Deshacer' was released)

MUSICIAN Born:

F. ter Beek

Dutch saxofonist and composer who plays both classical and jazz.

Entonces Que?

Label: Club Del Disco
Released: 2017

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Label: JazzYes
Released: 2011


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