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Kristof & Kane is an international piano/soprano duo that performs classical music and innovative fusions of musical theatre, American Songbook, opera, and art song. Though they are classically trained this duo is far from traditional; high quality performances with a down to earth slant – expect the unexpected.  Kristof & Kane are off the chart!
Gifted and stylistically impeccable (The Orange County Register, about Kristof) Her voice was so powerful and soothing that all her minimal moments on stage were a pleasure to the ear. (Pasadena City College Courier, Miguel Lopez, about Kane)   Kristof Van Grysperre provided the expert pianoforte accompaniment for the recitatives (LA Times, Chris Pasles)  “Crystal clear voice and impeccable technique (LA Culture Spot, about Kane)
off the chart ... mus c kristof&kane LISTEN  Kristof & Kane perform American Art Song and Opera on the  CD “A Moment of Joy” off the chart ... mus c kristof&kane PREVIEW DUEL-DUET Kristof & Kane’s latest classical cabaret show Duel-Duet directed  by Belgian film director, Lieven Debrauwer, is a short musical theatre  show complete with compelling story, surprising characters and a mix  of music from Poulenc and Puccini to Betty Boop and Edith Piaf... HIRE Kristof & Kane  for concerts, special events, private parties, weddings, master classes... off the chart ... mus c kristof&kane off the chart ... mus c kristof&kane
& KRISTOF KANE "Both Kristof Van Grysperre and Susan Kane hold doctorates in music from from distinguinshed conservatories: Kristof from USC, and Kane from the Cincinnati Convervatory of Music. This show, directed by Belgian film director, Lieven Debrauwer, has been presented at the Tinnenpot Theatre in Ghent, and made its Los Angeles premiere at The Gardenia in October, where it stunned those in attendance through the sheer musical command of these two performers.   Scripted as farce, its storyline serves as a clever vehicle to present such divergent yet juicy fare as material from Sondheim s Company along with selections from Piaf and Puccini to Betty Boop to the piloerecting Flower Duet from Lakm ---perhaps even more affecting heard in the intimacy of The Gardenia than at The Walt Disney Concert Hall.  Less Ricky and Lucy go to the opera, and more Victor Borge and Anna Russell come to The Gardenia, their show has an appeal that extends not only to regular Gardeniaphiles but also to any of the town’s classical music enthusiasts who appreciate a healthy dose of sophisticated musical humor." (Anonymous reviewer, Bruce, who was at the show in October 2012)