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Alain van Zeveren
Alain Van Zeveren is a Belgian music composer/arranger/producer/musician with more than thirty five years of experience, playing, producing, arranging and composing for theater, motion picture and television. The projects he composed for gained him a strong reputation as a  music composer in Belgium and the Netherlands. Born in 1963, he studied music at the Royal Music Academy and Music Conservatory in Gent. After finishing his studies, he concentrates mainly on jazz music, and plays with some legendary jazz muscicians such as Dave Pike and Toots Thielemans. After touring the world twice on the Russian cruiseship "Alexander Pushkin" for twelve months as a piano player, he gets into "pop" and session work as a keyboard player.
Between 1990 and 1996, he joins the pop-rock band The Radios. Later, he focusses mainly on composing, arranging and producing of music for TV, film & theater. In 1996, he receives a Zamu award for best film music. In 1999, he writes the soundtrack for the motion picture "Missing link" and music for other TV-series such as "Wies Anderson Show"(x13), "Vlaanderen boven"(x13), "Dames-Heren" (x13), "Deman" (x13). In 2002, he tours the Netherlands. In the fowwong years, Alain composes and arranges for various movies.
In 2011 Alain decided to start with a collective free of rights alternative for professional music users (restaurants, hotels, shopping malls etc.). He writes 1000 songs in 16 different genres and develops an easy to use music player. In 2015, he starts a Hammond jazz trio with Dirk van der Linden and Laurent Mercier, named LAURENS'B (after Laurens Hammond and the famous B3). They record "Loulou", their first album to be released in September 2015.
contact: happynotes@pandora.be
homepage: www.alainvanzeveren.be
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