Jeroen Felix, born in Boxtel, attended oboe classes with Koen van Slogteren at the Sweelinck Conservatory in Amsterdam.
After his graduation on oboe he studied Conducting at the "Hogeschool voor de Kunsten" in Utrecht. His tutors were Reinier Wakelkamp and Kerry Woodward. He also attended numerous courses for conducting choirs and orchestras, Gregorion chant and baroque oboe.
On oboe he gave performances in The Netherlands and abroad as a soloist as well as in ensembles. He also teaches the oboe at the music institutes of Boxtel and 's Hertogenbosch.
As churchmusician he was attached to the city church of St. Cathrine in Eindhoven and co-founded de concertseries " Muziek in de Catrien".
In his capacity as churchmusician he also is a policymaker of the "Nederlandse St. Gregorius vereniging" co-artistical leader of the Dutch Gregorian Festival and tutor at the "Brabants Conservatorium".
He is the conductor of the chamberchoir Music Vocalis in Uden and also of the Helmonds Vocaal Ensemble, a chamber choir consisiting of adults and children, making it a unique combination.
In September 1996 he was appointed Rector Cantus of the Schola Cantorum of the Cathedral St. Jan in 's Hertogenbosch.
With these choirs he conducted numerous concerts in The Netherlands and abroad and co-operated in numerous radio,TV and cd recordings.
On april 16th 2005 he was awarded the "Anjer Kinderkoor Zangprijs", a cultural award of the "Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds Noord-Brabant". This award was received by Jeroen Felix for his enduring effort to promote the methodical tutoring of singing to children and the way in which he practised this as conductor of children's choir in the region Noord-Brabant.
Since 2006 he also conducts the Cappella Jheronimus Bosch, a vocal and instrumental Baroque ensemble. This ensemble is known for it's series " Bachcantate op zaterdag" in 's Hertogenbosch. Jeroen Felix is founder of this series and Cappella Jheronimus Bosch.