Tineke Steenbrink

Tineke Steenbrink (organ and harpsichord) is a co-founder of Holland Baroque.

Since her youth, she has been associated with the historic Severijn organ of the St. Martinuskerk in Cuijk. After teaching at conservatories in Zwolle and Groningen, she has been a professor at the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague since 2014. Her years of study on the autograph of Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater led to the publication of his manuscript by Edition Wallhall. Tineke is engaged in studying Baroque Gregorian chant: its use and performance practice in Brabant in the 17th and 18th centuries. Ancient Gradualia, Antiphonalia, and Processionalia are meticulously studied page by page for annotations, insertions, instructions, and traces of use. In 2023, the CD SLOW ROADS was released featuring works by the young composer Ivan Vukosavljevic. A fascinating album with new compositions for organs in meantone temperament.

She received her education in organ studies at the Utrecht Conservatory and harpsichord studies at the Hochschule für Musik Köln, where she graduated with the highest distinction.