Genre: World, Folk, Pop
Kim took an indirect route to the harp. Growing up in the classical music tradition her musical career began at the age of 6 playing the piano. With 12 years she started plying the violin, later the church organ. She succumbed the fascination harp, when her daughter began to play the instrument. With the change to the harp, Kim also was released by the corset of the notes and started to first change songs with their own arrangements, and finally to compose by herself.
To play the instument she was tought by the Nuremberg Harpist Maja Taube. Workshops with Anne Kox Schindelin, Erik Ask-Upmark, Maeve Gilchrist, Ismael Ledesma, Vroni Brehm and others provided new impulses.
Since 2009, Kim playes with the musician Ulrich Erlenkamp in the duo Cantando. While she is heading with its Siren Songs the way of the songwriter and harp poet, Cantando provides with its charming rustic mix of hurdy-gurdy, harp and vocals a medieval sound experience.