Remko de Landmeter
Dutch flutist Remko de Landmeter developped a flexible way of playing the flute, altoflute, bassflute, bansuri and many other flutes in improvisation and worldmusic.
With a primary intention to extend the use of the flute he performs classical music, jazz, Indian music, flamenco and Brazillian music and works for theatre and with dancers.
He plays concerts all over Europe, Asia and South America.
He is playing for radio, TV and is a frequently asked studio musician for CD recordings and film documentaries.
Currently he is composing and producing music in his own FluteWaves Studio.
Born in Rotterdam, The Netherlands he started playing the flute at the age of 10. Two years later and again at the age of 14 he was awarded with the first price at the Belgium Flute Competition.
He studied classical flute with Raymond Delnoye at the conservatory of Tilburg. He also was improvising, and composing music for dance.
He studied Indian music at the Rotterdam World Music Acadamy and in India at the Gandharva Mahavidyalaya, Music College of India in New Delhi. He was taught by bansuriplayers Harsh Wardhan and Hari Prasad Chaurasia.
Performances and collaborations:
Claudia de Breij
Thijs van Leer
The Lion King