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Harry Van Der Kamp

, bass

In the world of Baroque music Harry van der Kamp enjoys a great reputation as a bassbaritone. His 30-year career has taken him all over the world, from New York to Beijing, and he has performed with all the leading Baroque specialists, such as Nicolaus Harnoncourt, John Eliot Gardiner, Gustav Leonhardt, Franz Brüggen, Ton Koopman, William Christie, Sigiswald Kujken, Jos van Immerseel and Philippe Herreweghe. He is one of Europe’s leading ensemble singers, having appeared with the Hilliard Ensemble, Huelgas Ensemble, Cappella Ducale, Les Arts Florissants, Cantus Cölln, Concerto Vocale (René Jacobs) and with the Weserrenaissance ensemble of Bremen. As an opera singer he has sung 30 roles in operas by Monteverdi, Cavalli, Landi,Cesti, Rameau, Sacrati, Keiser, Handel and Mozart, throughout Europe and America.

Bach: Cantates pour l'Épiphanie 72, 81, 155, 156
Montréal Baroque
November, 2013
Alessandro Scarlatti: Vespro della beata vergine
Nederlands Kamerkoor
May, 2010
Bach: Cantates de la nativité 122, 123, 161, 182
Montréal Baroque
October, 2008