Born: May 8, 1964
Heleen van den Hombergh has received many great reviews as a singer and composer. Her professional singing career began when piano miracle Bert van den Brink heard Heleen's voice in 2000 and spoke of love on first hearing . With him, bass player Tony Overwater and percussionist Joshua Samson she recorded 2 CDs and a DVD and performed at the North Sea Jazz festival, Concertgebouw, BIMhuis, and many other fine stages in the Netherlands and abroad. Her first album Heard in the Scene mainly consisted of jazz & soul repertoire. For her second album and theatre performances, under the title Rush in the Woods! her long-standing passion for tropical forests inspired the lyrics and compositions, written by herself...
“Authentic passion and artistry, a true story to tell and the talent to make it beautiful” (Judith Schlesinger All Music Guide, Jazz Institute Chicago, USA)
Stylish and unusual (…) her soulful lyrics and silken tones speak for themselves. (Jack Massarik Evening Standard, UK)
“A very beautiful mixture of jazz, pop and soul” (Wolfgang Platzeck WAZ Newspaper, Germany)
“Van den Hombergh and her united band members take each other to higher levels of performance…Van den Hombergh has an expressive voice (…) her singing is always emotional and the lyrics are universal. (Ruud Heiijer Heaven Pop Magazine, NL)
Here sings a personality you can't deny (Maartje den Breejen Parool, NL)
A very beautiful voice, a convincing performance, authentic inspiration” (Hans Invernezzi Gelderlander/Stentor, NL)
A sincere singer with a voice of pure beauty (Glen Corneille, Multi Music Magazine)
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