Anne Faulborn harpsichord
Anne Faulborn studied harpsichord and organ at the Amsterdam Conservatory. She is presently continuing her harpsichord studies at the same conservatory under the guidance of Annelie de Man, focusing on the contemporary repertoire. She has attended courses in live electronics with Jos Zwaanenburg and in carnatic rhythms with Rafa'l Reina.
Last year she performed in Amsterdam's Ysbreker a programme for harpsichord, electronics, video and voice with compositions by Mauricio Kagel, Werner Heider and Yannis Kyriakides and new works by Matthias Kadar, Barbara Okma and Gustavo Trujillo. Her programme 'Harpsichord and Tape', featuring pieces by Ton Bruynèl, Kaija Saariaho and Anke Brouwer (who composed Zeppelin specially for Faulborn), will soon be released on cd. She performs regularly with various orchestras, such as the Dutch Radio Symphony Orchestra under Neil Stulberg (Symphony No. 2 by H. Dutilleux) and the Dutch Radio Philharmonic Orchestra under Alexander Lazarev (Schnittke's Symphony No. 5). Her articles on contemporary harpsichord music have been published in the Dutch magazine Het Clavecimbel. 
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