Hailed by the New York Times as a 'brilliant harpist', Remy van Kesteren is an internationally renowned musician who has played in concert halls all over the world
In 2016 he released Tomorrow Eyes, a genre-transcending debut album containing a number of pieces composed by Remy himself. He went from playing with world-famous orchestras to playing in the club and at pop festivals, performing solo, with his band and with The Analogue Robot Orchestra.
Remy is the only person in the world with a specially designed and crafted harp with 49 strings: the Salvi Réus, funded by the Nationaal Muziekinstrumentenfonds. With this harp Remy followed his debut album with the pioneering Shadows (2019), An Alternative Soundtrack to the Motion Picture... (2020) and four EPs: Home Studio Sessions (2020) and Places I May Have Visited, People I May Have met Pt. 1, 2 & 3 (2022).
Remy collaborated on dance projects with The National Ballet in 2014 and 2017, on film projects with Oscar winning director Michael Dudok De Wit, and with countless musicians including singer-songwriter Fink who co-produced Shadows. He is the artistic director of the Dutch Harp Festival, held every two years in TivoliVredenburg, Utrecht.