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Rogier Telderman

“Telderman is one of Europe's major new jazz musicians. He is able to blend together influences from jazz, classical, and pop in a completely original way, thus creating a unique personal style. This can be heard clearly on his highly acclaimed debut album Contours (2015). Pianist Telderman is particularly well known for his beautiful melody lines and the emotional depth of his music. Moreover, his playing is warm, lyrical, technically sublime and dares to seek contact with the audience during concerts.” — North Sea Jazz

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Article: Radio

Rogier Telderman Trio Live at BIMHUIS Amsterdam

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Rogier Telderman is being praised for his lyrical, energetic piano playing. Alongside his trio, he leads an artist-in-residence series in Rotterdam for which he collaborates with renowned European musicians such as Thomas Strønen, Adam Baldych, Vincent Courtois and Binkbeats. For this live performance at BIMHUIS, he presents a new album with his trio with ...

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Contours

Label: Rm Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: Goodbye, Monsieur Belkin; On A Tuesday; Minor Conspiracy; Sketch; Strange Place; Song For AC; Slippers; Skippy Mash; Waltz.

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Article: Album Review

Rogier Telderman Trio: Contours

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The debut recording from Holland's Rogier Telderman Trio, Contours features nine of the pianist's original compositions. In partnership with Guus Bakker on bass and Tuur Moens on drums, Telderman has crafted an album notable for its varied musical and emotional range as well as for its excellent musicianship.Telderman's writing is melodic and lyrical but ...

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On a Tuesday

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Label: Rm Records
Released: 2015
Duration: 6:27

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News: Recording

Rogier Telderman Trio Presents Debut Album "Contours"

Rogier Telderman Trio Presents Debut Album "Contours"

Uplifting narrative music On December 2nd the Dutch Rogier Telderman Trio will present their debut album Contours. Apart from pianist and bandleader Rogier Telderman the trio comprises Guus Bakker on double bass and drummer Tuur Moens. The nine playful and uplifting cutting-edge tracks on the album have all been written by Telderman. The release will be ...

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Article: Album Review

Melphi: Through The Looking Glass

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Melphi is a Dutch quartet, named for the character of Dr Jennifer Melfi, the psychiatrist in The Sopranos. Through The Looking Glass is the band's first album (available only as a download). Alice went through the looking glass: into a fantastic world where nothing was as it seemed and strange, menacing characters appeared as if from ...

News: Recording

Melphi Presents Debut Album Through The Looking Glass

Melphi Presents Debut Album Through The Looking Glass

Easy listening songs full of jazz and soul MELPHI is a contemporary Dutch band representing singer Lotte van Drunen, pianist Rogier Telderman, bassist Jurriaan Dekker, and drummer Willem van der Krabben. Their music can be characterised by good musical interaction, original compositions and the powerful and versatile voice of singer Lotte. Their album will be released ...

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Take Five With Rogier Telderman

Read "Take Five With Rogier Telderman" reviewed by Rogier Telderman


Meet Rogier Telderman:With an enormous drive, profoundness, and enthusiasm, pianist Rogier Telderman --born in 1982--has emerged as one of the rising stars from the Dutch jazz scene. He performs and composes for his ensembles Melphi and RT trio, and his duo project with vibraphonist Vincent Houdijk. He has created a unique voice, balancing between ...


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