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Eleonore Bühler-Kestler (Harpsichord)

Born: Germany

The German harpsichordist, Eleonore Bühler-Kestler, a pupil of Walther Körner, Kantor at the Lorenz Church in Nuremberg, was greatly influenced by his Karl Straube style. By the 1950's she had already completed the master-class for harpsichord with distinction.

Since finishing her studies, Eleonore Bühler-Kestler has been giving public performances both at home and abroad in the form of solo, chamber and full orchestra concerts and a host of radio recordings. Today she lives in Bayreuth, where she is a lecturer in music at the university.

 

Source: Liner notes to the CD 'J.S. Bach: Goldberg Variationen', played by Eleonore Bühler-Kestler (Charade)
Contributed by
Udo Potratz (April 2007); Matthias Hansen (Photo - November 2007)

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