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unique music telling your story

First and foremost film music should enhance the storytelling and serve the picture. Besides this, it's always fun and exciting to create a unique world of sound for every project I do. Music is about telling a story with sound. I believe good film music should be serviceable, simple, understandable and memorable all at the same time.

production companies I've worked with

NL Film
KeyFilm
Millstreet Films
Pupkin
Bing Film & TV
Nuts & Bolts
BosBros
Brabant Films

 
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about

Jeffrey van Rossum - compose

Jeffrey van Rossum is a film composer born in 1984 based in Utrecht, the Netherlands. 2010 Marked the year of graduating with honors at the Utrecht School of Arts, studying ‘Composition in Context’. During his study he had the chance to be an intern at the studio of Hollywood composer Jeff Rona. 

 

After graduating Jeffrey entered several film music competitions in Poland. Winning the Transatlantyk Film Music competition in 2016 and winning the 3rd prize at the much acclaimed FMF in 2019. Confirming his talent for scoring to picture. 

 

Over the years he worked on 2 seasons of the TV series Soof, hitting around 1 million views per episode. The Columnist (De Kuthoer) was a relatively small TV film in The Netherlands but made a big impression worldwide. 2021 was the Covid year Jeffrey worked with Oscar nominated director Hany Abu-Assad. After a pleasant collaboration he delivered a minimal score to Hany’s film Huda’s Salon. At the end of 2022 he’ll score the music for the comedy film De Tatta’s. Hitting cinema’s in December.

 

Jeffrey has a big love for various musical styles like pop, jazz, classical and film music. The wide range of influences can be heard throughout his work. There’s always the big love for the orchestra, but he likes to work with smaller ensembles and other (rare) acoustical instruments as well. Sometimes mixing these acoustical elements with samples and electronic sounds. Finding the right blend of sounds and instruments is the starting point for every score. 

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