-Concerts have already been performed-

For electric harp and chamber choir

A 21st century vision of Brahms’ famous work: the lonely harp of Remy van Kesteren facing the complete Nederlands Kamerkoor. The vocal parts remain largely intact, but the orchestral part are re-presented by composer Yannis Kyriakides and Remy van Kesteren for the electric harp that Remy himself developed. A devilish challenge.

Remy van Kesteren (1989) is one of the world’s most adventurous harpists and has been at the top from a young age. He was accepted to the Conservatory of Utrecht at ten, made his debut in the Concertgebouw with the Netherlands Chamber Orchestra at sixteen, and won the Prinses Christina Concours in 2004. Recently, he won the US International Harp Competition. He joined numerous groundbreaking projects, such as a cooperation with ballet choreographer Hans van Manen in 2014.

Johannes Brahms – Ein deutsches Requiem (re-presented Yannis Kyriakides)

Nederlands Kamerkoor
Peter Dijkstra conductor
Remy van Kesteren electric harp


  • Fri. 12 May 2017 20:15

    Muziekgebouw - Eindhoven

    With Inez Weski

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  • Sat. 13 May 2017 20:15

    Concertgebouw - Amsterdam

    With Inez Weski

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  • Thu. 18 May 2017 20:15

    Musis - Arnhem

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  • Fri. 19 May 2017 20:15

    Grote of Jacobijnerkerk - Leeuwarden

    Supporting programme: Vocaal Ensemble Leeuwarden

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  • Sat. 20 May 2017 20:00

    Muziekcentrum - Enschede

    Supporting programme: Il Cocodrillo Cante

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  • Sun. 21 May 2017 20:00

    TivoliVredenburg (Hertz) - Utrecht

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