Hermine Deurloo is an internationally established jazz chromatic harmonica player from Amsterdam.

Hermine studied saxophone at the Amsterdam Conservatory. At the same time, she taught herself to play the harmonica. She has performed all over the world and with musicians such as Tony Scherr, Han Bennink, Willem Breuker Kollektief, The Schonberg Ensemble, Candy Dulfer, and the Metropole Orchestra.

In June 2015, her CD “Welling”, which she recorded with the innovative jazz string quartet Zapp4, was released.

In October 2012, her CD “Glass Fish” was released by Challenge Records, on which she was accompanied by some of the best of the Dutch jazz scene, Tony Overwater, Jesse van Ruller, and Joshua Samson, and performed with them at the North Sea Jazz Festival in 2014.

Other CDs released by Hermine are “Crazy Clock” (2005), recorded in New York with producer/guitarist/singer Tony Scherr, who plays with Bill Frisell and Norah Jones; “Soundbite” (2006), produced by Reinder van Zalk from Earforce; and “Live in de Tor” (2007) with musicians Jan Wessels, Peter Nieuwerf and Ruud Ouwehand.

Hermine performed in films, such as for the Los Angeles based film composer Austin Wintory, for “Strangely in Love”, directed by Amin Matalqua. She’s also been a guest solist on several CD’s and played with a variety of groups, such as Bennie Sings and The Rigidly Righteous. Hermine has appeared on TV, in prime time programs such as “De Wereld Draait Door”, “Vrije Geluiden”, “Podium Witteman”, and “Klokhuis”.