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Remy van Kesteren

Remy van Kesteren

Remy van Kesteren


Remy van Kesteren (1989) is regarded as a world-class harp talent and one of the most adventurous harpists of the moment. He has won international awards, reached 500,000 visitors during the Night of the Proms and taken on numerous ambitious projects, including a collaboration with the famous ballet choreographer, Hans van Manen, in 2014. At the age of five, he was lured off the swing by a mysterious sound from an open window – the sound of the harp. Read more on Last.fm
Remy van Kesteren (1989) is regarded as a world-class harp talent and one of the most adventurous harpists of the moment. He has won international awards, reached 500,000 visitors during the Night of the Proms and taken on numerous ambitious projects, including a collaboration with the famous ballet choreographer, Hans van Manen, in 2014. At the age of five, he was lured off the swing by a mysterious sound from an open window – the sound of the harp. Aged ten, Remy van Kesteren entered the Conservatory of Utrecht and before he had finished his studies with the highest distinction, he could already look back on two successful editions of his own Dutch Harp Festival. 2011 was the year he released his first album with trio 42, where he defies the boundaries of his harp in Franck’s scintillating trio, demonstrating that the harp is not an instrument to overlook.

In 2012, he issued his first solo-cd, ‘Remy.’, with works by Smetana, Holliger, Bach, Shostakovich and Renié. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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