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Friday, 19 September 2014 14:15

Kathrin Pechlof Interview

The Goethe Institut in Athens  presents  “ Women of German jazz” - prominent women, who gained international recognition in the jazz scene with the creative and high claims work. The concert series continues  this October with Kathrin Pechlof, one of the few harp players on the German jazz scene.Irrespective of any conventional conceptions of harp playing, she uses her extraordinary way of playing to encourage the listener to throw all his preconceptions of the instrument over board. What the listener can expect, however, is delicate music that makes do with few notes, characterized by creativity, phantasy and clarity. Jazzonline met her fews days before her performance.

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