Tineke Roseboom studied at ArtEZ Conservatorium under Harry van Berne. Having obtained an international scholarship, Tineke is currently being coached by Xenia Meijer and Gary Coward (London).
On account of her enormous interest in different musical genres, Tineke has a very extensive repertoire. She is a much sought-after soloist for cantatas and oratorios, and she radiates enthusiasm during musical arrangements which have been especially composed for her. Tineke sings with professional chamber choirs such as ChorWerk Ruhr (Germany), Zürcher Sing-Akademie (Switzerland) and Orpheus Vokalensemble (Germany).
In 2016, Tineke presented her first solo CD “El Rosicler”. The CD contains works from G.F. Händel and his Spanish contemporaries. In 2017, she won the Ede Culture Award as well as the Guelder’s Woman in the Media Award.
As a studio singer, Tineke sings primarily game and film music for different composers, among others, the internationally-acclaimed film composer Anne Kathrin Dern. She also loves performing with her 1920s salon orchestra “Mrs Rose”.