Katarína Ševčíková HARP

A charming and talented woman with a smile
on her face, a royal instrument
and 47 angelic resounded strings.

Royal harp fortunately years ago became
my fateful musical instrument.

I will be honoured to perform for you and to caress your soul,
and enhance you festive gala evening with a colourful repertoire,
take you into the world of dreams and accompany your wedding ceremony
with the tones of the harp.

Thank you for your visit and confidence.


Katarína Ševčíková is one of the most sought-after harpist not only in the
Czech Republic and Slovakia, but with her brilliant play, technical
knowledge and charm she enchanted enthusiastic listeners
of the royal instrument in other countries such as Switzerland, Germany,
Austria and Scandinavia, where she regularly gives concerts.
She focuses mainly on solo playand annually for several years, tons
of harp regularly accompany more than 400 events, concert, gala evening,
private events, as well as the events of relaxing character and
music therapy in spa towns to caress the body and soul with music.
In addition to solo concerts, she also performs in chamber compositions and
collaborates with a number of musicians …
She has become one of the most sought after harpists in all music genres and
the world of showbusiness in the last decade. Tone and concert of her royal
harp annually very elegantly and dignifiedly open various prestigious events
and festive occasions not only in our country but also abroad.

Harp tones alleviate fear and stimulate ontogenetically and phylogenetically the oldest brain structures, so they can awaken and release
primordial impulses and creative instincts that lead to new and more optimal way of behavior.
The harpist Katarína Ševčíková places great emphasis in her play on evoking a feeling of magic, fairy tale, well-being, relaxation and harmony.
That’s why in her repertoire you can find works from classical music of different periods, but also music of other genres (pop, folk, jazz)
through oriental Irish or Scotish music.

“If music be the food of love, play on.”


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Ch. Pampuch / Flamenco

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J. Pauer / Preludium

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anonym / Greek song for harp

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Yann Tiersen / Comptine D´un Autre Été

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arr. E. Hubert / Tristano

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G.F. Händel / Concert B Dur Allegro

The harp is a stringed musical instrument that has a number of individual strings running at an angle to its soundboard. The strings are
plucked with the fingers. Harps have been known since antiquity in Asia, Africa and Europe, dating back at least
as early as 3000 BCE. The instrument had great popularity in Europe during the Middle Ages and Renaissance, where it evolved
into a wide range of variants with new technologies, and was disseminated to Europe’s colonies, finding particular popularity
in Latin America. Although some ancient members of the harp family died out in the Near East and South Asia,
descendants of early harps are still played in Myanmar and parts of Africa, and other defunct variants in Europe and Asia
have been utilized by musicians in the modern era.

“Who would like to understand music doesn´t need the sense of hearing, but the heart.”

“The music is not in the notes, but in the silence in between.”

The real and strong love to music is something that cannot be learnt or bought. It´s a gift which even if it´s endowed,
it has to be worked out to reach thetarget. A person has to go through the years of diligent work,
which hide long hoursof rehearsing and a big stamina. Without these personality traits it would be impossible.

It is said that a mirror helps us to see our face, but thanks to art we cansee our soul. I´m very pleased
to be so lucky that I soon found myself in my profession. I can´t imagine my life without it. The things are sometimes not
easy in our lifes and my primary aim is to spread joy, happiness and caress the souls even in the days of sadness.

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