Harriet Krijgh is Artist in Residence at the Festspiele Mecklenburg-Vorpommern

01/06/2019/by Harriet Krijgh
Wiener Musikverein

Harriet Krijgh brilliantly performed in a colorful, by Gustavo Gimeno superbly conducted program of the Symphoniker.

The 27-year-old cellist Harriet Krijgh exulted in an extraordinary…
26/03/2019/by Harriet Krijgh

A cellist’s impressive debut and a neglected American composer at Grant Park Music Festival

Harriet Krijgh performed Haydn’s Cello Concerto in C major…
22/08/2017/by Harriet Krijgh

Review: Elgar’s Cello Concerto (Sydney Symphony Orchestra)

★★★★½ English masterpieces by Elgar and Vaughan Williams…
22/04/2017/by Harriet Krijgh

Intense quick-wittedness during jubilant finale

Cellist Harriet Krijgh, who studied at the Kronberg Academy,…
26/11/2016/by Harriet Krijgh

Brilliant in abundance

Brilliant in abundance
Event: Concert of top works from the…
03/11/2016/by Harriet Krijgh

Erotic qualities described by tone

Innsbruck - there are works of music to which erotic qualities…
12/05/2016/by Harriet Krijgh
Geschafft: Harriet Krijgh und Dirigent Lukasz Borowicz genießen den Applaus. - © Matthias Gans

Magical string playing by a 24 year young cellist of world class. Long lasting applause for last concert of the series “Gutersloh Philharmonic”

With cellist Harriet Krijgh one feels slightly reminded of the…
27/04/2016/by Harriet Krijgh

Cellist Harriet Krijgh and the Northwest German Philharmonic convince with slavic pieces. Symphonic concert inspires.

..soon enough the cello smoothly soared into a solo that fully…
24/04/2016/by Harriet Krijgh
Harriet Krijgh Photo: Marco Borggreve

Fabulous cello and piano concert with delightful contrasts

Stunning concert with Harriet Krijgh and Magda Amara in the Trau…
06/04/2016/by Harriet Krijgh

Sensitive Interpreters of Rachmaninov

Dutch cellist Harriet Krijgh ( 1991 ), together with Russian…
29/01/2016/by Harriet Krijgh

Harriet Krijgh: “Rachmaninov” – CDs of the Week

Classical Music. On Monday, November 16th, her playing is to…
17/11/2015/by Harriet Krijgh
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