Introducing Joris Roelofs Joris Roelofs. Joris Roelofs, Aaron Goldberg, Matt Penman & Ari Hoenig. 3. Sweet & Lovely.
Label: Art Flo Productions Released: 2009 Views: 457. Track Listing. 1. I Fall in Love Too Easily (J. Styne) - 7:00; 2. Dooie Hoek (J. Roelofs) - 5:23; 3. Sweet & Lovely (e ) - 8:56; 4. 3/4 Space (J. Roelofs) - 4:35; 5. Background Music (W. Marsh) - 4:16; 6. The Rules (A. Goldberg) - 6:50; 7. Four Winds (D. Holland) - 3:27; 8. Francisca (T. Horta) - 6:16; 9. Beter! (J. Roelofs) - 5:36; 10. Skylark (H. Carmichael) - 3:21. Start your music shopping from All About Jazz and you'll support us in the process. Learn how. About Joris Roelofs.
Joris Roelofs (1984) is a (bass) clarinetist, saxophonist and composer from Amsterdam. He was a member of the Vienna Art Orchestra from 2005 – 2010. Joris finished his masters at the Conservatory of Amsterdam in 2007, and lived in New York City between 2008-2011. In 2001 he won the Pim Jacobs Prize, and in 2003 he was the first non-American to receive the Stan Getz/Clifford Brown Fellowship Award in the US, organized by the IAJE. In 2004 Joris received the first prize of the prestigious Deloitte Jazz Award in the Netherlands. In 2007 he recorded his debut album Introducing Joris Roelofs (Material Records). Joris also plays in a co-led trio, Chamber Tones, with Jesse van Ruller and Clemens van der Feen.
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Artist: Joris Roelofs feat. Tracklist: 01. I fall in love too easily (07:09) 02. Dooie Hoek (05:23) 03. Sweet & Lovely (08:56) 04. 3/4 Space (04:35) 05. Background Music (04:16) 06.
Joris Roelofs, born 1984 in Aix-en-Provence (France), raised in Amsterdam (Netherlands), plays saxophones, clarinet, bass clarinet and flute. He started to play classical clarinet at the age of six, and then started the alto saxophone at the age of twelve. He was a member of the Vienna Art Orchestra since from 2005 untill 2010. Joris also plays lead alto in the Jazz Orchestra Of The Concertgebouw in the Netherlands.