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Harp Throb

Met principal harpist Emmanuel Ceysson loves his job.
By F. Paul Driscoll
Photographs by Dario Acosta
 

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Ceysson and his bright red “Salzedo” harp, made by Lyon & Healy and named after the legendary French harpist and teacher Carlos Salzedo (1885–1961)
Luigi Bianchi Mantova suit; vintage shirt, John Bartlett; vintage Barneys belt; boots by Saint Laurent; watch courtesy of Rolex
Photograph by Dario Acosta
Grooming by Affan Graber Malik
Fashion Styling by Keith T. Pollick
NOW IN HIS THIRD season as the Met’s principal harpist, Emmanuel Ceysson is charming, loquacious and brilliantly gifted, active as soloist and teacher as well as orchestra member. Ceysson arrived at t...

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