Dominique Citroen Management

Dominique Citroen represents special musicians; cellist Lidy Blijdorp, pianist Nathalia Milstein, jazz pianist Peter Beets, pianist Tobias Borsboom, chromatic harmonica player Hermine Deurloo, violinist Julija Hartig, the international Chianti Ensemble, pianist Helena Basilova, Matangi, GoYa Quartet and Hermine Deurloo with Mike Boddé.

The musical collaborations are result of happy coincidences, by diligent selection and a combination of both. Dominique has a rich career in music. She started as a professional harpsichordist in many renowned Dutch ensembles and orchestras.

From 1995 a business element was added to her activities. In that year she started developing training projects, assessing subsidy applications and advising and guiding artists. She was a staff member of the VandenEnde Foundation, she worked for various other funds and advocates of musicians. She still works as a consultant for Sena Performers, the VandenEnde Foundation and Amsterdamse Kunstraad.


Dominique Citroen, Maxine Gordon (widow Dexter Gordon) and Denise Thigpen.
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With Peter Beets in front of Ronnie Scott’s Jazzclub, London

Musical background

Dominique Citroen studied harpsichord with Anneke Uittenbosch at the Conservatory of Amsterdam and continued her studies with Ton Koopman and master classes with Gustav Leonhardt. During her studies she already was part of the Combattimento Consort Amsterdam, from which the Tancredi Trio was formed with Jan Willem de Vriend, violin and Michiel Weidner, cello and cymbal.

After graduate, Dominique Citroen became a permanent ensemble member of the Amsterdam Bach Soloists, who frequently collaborated with Frans Brüggen, Ton Koopman, Jaap van Zweden, Phillip Herreweghe and Marc Minkovski, Radio Chamber Orchestra, Concertgebouw Chamber Orchestra, Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra and I Fiamminghi.