"Keys of Light" festival

With great interest, Margreet gave a performance on the piano of Keys of Light on Thursday 31 October.
The Domplein was filled with the warm sounds of her self-written songs from especially her album & #8216; Moving Friends & #8217 ;. Her sounds were transformed into a dynamic light projection on the Dom.
Many passers-by remained amazed and enjoyed the spectacle, some couples even got themselves stimulated and spontaneously started to dance the tango.

Utrecht was able to get acquainted with the wonderful music of Margreet in this great way.

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Light project Keys of Light decorates Dom tower for weeks

Large projectors illuminate the Dom Tower and pianists can operate the lights on Dom Square. The project will remain in place until December 21.

There is a piano on Domplein that serves projectors that are aimed at the Dom tower in the scaffolding. Depending on the music being played, different projections appear on the Utrecht icon.
Christiaan Kuyvenhoven, known from the Dutch National Opera, among others, is the first pianist to play on the Domplein in Utrecht.
“From 16 October to 21 December 'Keys of Light' offers all kinds of pianists, from young to old and from amateur to professional, the opportunity to play and thus create their own projections. 'Keys of Light' can in principle be seen and heard every evening, except on Wednesday and Sunday evenings ”, according to the organization.

The project is an initiative of Stichting Utrechts EigenDom and subsequently created by the Utrecht company Mr. Beam, known among other things for the projection at the Nijntje museum. "An intimate gesture on the piano is grandly visible on the Dom Tower"said Mo Assem, director of Mr. Beam, “Everything influences the projection. High notes and low notes, the combination of notes and also how hard and how fast they play. "

According to the organizers, a work of art such as 'Keys of Light' has never before been shown on this scale in the Netherlands.


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