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Quentin Kayser is an internationally renowned French musician, particularly known for his melodic handpan compositions. Nourished by a traveling spirit and gifted with instrumental versatility, Quentin discovered his passion for music at a young age. As an autodidact, he began a musical journey that lasted over 25 years. This journey led him to explore a variety of instruments, including piano, guitar, percussion, bansuri flute and vocals. However, it was in 2011 that handpan entered his life, marking a turning point in his career.

Quentin's music has been praised for its emotional resonance and the deep sense of tranquility it provides to those who listen to it. His music has the power to touch not only ears but also hearts and souls. Twelve years after his first encounter with the handpan, Quentin continues to explore, compose and push the limits of this captivating instrument.

In October 2017, he released "HEXAGON," an independent album comprising nine tracks, followed by "HEALING" and "EVOLVE" in March and November 2019, respectively. In November 2020, Quentin composed the soundtrack for the award-winning documentary “ALASKA PATAGONIA: The Great Crossing.” In 2022, he released “INTENTIONS,” an album dedicated to relaxation and mindfulness. He is also excited to announce the release of his upcoming album “LISTEN,” scheduled for November 1, 2023.

In addition to his career as a musician, Quentin Kayser is also a passionate educator. He organizes introductory courses in his native village of Saint-Martin-de-Londres, in France. These workshops are designed not only for experienced musicians but also for those who are just discovering the world of music.

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