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Amongst the most gifted Dutch jazz trombone players of his generation, both as a soloist and lead trombonist; now emerging as a refined composer and arranger as well. Besides his own band VINCENT VENEMAN 10, he's also a member of various other groups such as the Clazz Ensemble, The Very Next and Polder. Sits in with the Jazz Orchestra of the Concertgebouw and the Metropole Orchestra frequently. Has performed with Kurt Elling, Herbie Hancock, Al Jarreau, Christian McBride, Snarky Puppy, Roy Hargrove, the New York Voices, Benny Golson and many other jazz giants.

Vincent appears on the Grammy-award winning album 'Sylva' by Snarky Puppy & the Metropole Orchestra, both in the orchestra as well as a featured soloist. He is recepient of the 2007 'Julian van Dijk Award' (a prize given to young and promising artists in the Netherlands), as well as a Fulbright alumnus. Vincent was also a featured finalist in the 'Jazz Comp Graz 2014' composition contest.

Vincent studied trombone with Jilt Jansma, Jeroen Rol, Conrad Herwig, Bart van Lier and Ilja Reijngoud, and was recently enrolled in composition studies with Ed Partyka and Michael Abene in Graz, Austria.


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Album Vincent Veneman 10 by Vincent Veneman

Vincent Veneman 10

ZenneZ Records
2017

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Album Robbert Scherpenisse - Searching For Ai by Vincent Veneman

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Painted Dog Music Distribution
2015

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Album Snarky Puppy & Metropole Orkest ‎– Sylva by Vincent Veneman

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Impulse! Records
2015

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Album Millennium Jazz Orchestra - Safety Zone by Vincent Veneman

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Millennium Jazz Orchestra
2014

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