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Graduated from Utrechts Stedelijk Gymnasium

Invited to become a full-time journalist for              Utrechts Nieuwsblad and GPD Associated              Press Service; first female pop journalist 

in The Netherlands; specializes in music                  and fashion; interviews David Bowie, Mick              Jagger, Charles Aznavour, Pierre Cardin,                Sylvia Kristel and many others 

Presenter of pop music TV program                    Twien

Reporter for VIVA, new leading

magazine for young women  

Free lance journalist (Cosmopolitan,                      Muziekkrant Oor, a.o.), editor for                              several books 

Owner of Magazijn De Verfraaiing in                  Utrecht. later named Broadway, one of                    the first second hand fashion shops (now                called vintage fashion) in The                                    Netherlands 


Sing Sing Sing/The Broads, recording of     1936 dance hit of Louis Prima and Benny Goodman; not the voice of the singer in the video , but only my voice was recorded in close     harmony, mixed with disco beats; the single stood high in the international charts                    

Start as a full time pianist/vocalist and                    bandleader by invitation of Dutch media                tycoon Joop van den Ende to form a                      band for his entertainment agency:                          Three Times A Lady, Four Times A Lady                  and Five Times A Lady, an instant and                    long lasting success 

Start of private jazz piano study with                      teacher Walter Bertram; beginning of a                  career in jazz with Heleen Schuttevaêr                    Trio/Quartet; initiates monthly Club Jazz                concerts at cultural center ‘t Hoogt in                      Utrecht and other venues

Release of first film, jazz documentary                The Wonderful Word of Barry Harris,                      featuring New York jazz icon pianist                        Barry Harris (1929-2021); included in the              Official Barry Harris Website


Release of my first book Ik zit hier                            fantastisch (language Dutch); see                            Calendar for book presentations with                      music, starting Nov 2022


Ongoing book presentations with music                and concerts, see Calendar


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