Anna Magdalena Kokits

Anna Magdalena Kokits, Portraitfoto © Nancy Horowitz

Despite her young age (*1988), the pianist Anna Magdalena Kokits can already look back on an astounding career as a soloist, occasionally also in collaboration with orchestras such as the Lower Austrian Tonkünstler Orchestra and the Moscow Virtuosi. Her involvement with contemporary … read more »

Anna-Maria Hefele

Anna-Maria Hefele by Thomas Radlwimmer

Anna-Maria Hefele aka AMA is a musical phenomenon. She moves between diverse vocal techniques – from classical to polyphonic overtone singing – and accompanies herself perfectly with unusual instruments such as harp and the swedish nyckelharpa trance-like as a matter of course. … read more »

AUREUM Saxophon Quartett

Aureum (c) aureumsaxophone

A young and versatile quartet that pays homage to the sound of the saxophone in an incredibly elegant and innovative musical style. The AUREUM SAXOPHON QUARTETT, consisting of the four Austrian saxophonists Martina Stückler (soprano saxophone), Johannes Weichinger (alto saxophone), Viola Jank … read more »

BartolomeyBittmann

BartolomeyBittmann (c) Max Parovsky

The bridge that the two string musicians Matthias Bartolomey (cello) and Klemens Bittmann (violin, viola, mandola) draw in their diversified musical renditions, ranges from classically-oriented chamber music, through various sidesteps towards jazz, to accents of rock and pop. As BartolomeyBittmann they share … read more »

Elisabeth Plank

Elisabeth Plank by Julia Wesely

Elisabeth Plank is driven by her goal to free the harp from common misconceptions, she presents the harp as a versatile and exciting instrument, rich in colours and textures, with its unusual repertoire and a broad stylistic spectrum. Following her solo-debut at … read more »

Flora Geißelbrecht

Flora Marlene Geisselbrecht by Verena Bruening

Flora Geißelbrecht is a violist, vocalist, composer, improviser, harpist and lyricist. She moves within and is moved by the music of our time and the very moment, as well as musical and interdisciplinary interaction. She has been studying classical, contemporary and jazz … read more »

Gerald Preinfalk

Gerald Preinfalk © Gerald Preinfalk

Gerald Preinfalk started playing the clarinet at early age. The Saxophone became a vocation when discovering Vienna’s various scenes for music. Studies of Jazz- and Classical-Saxophone opened a wide range of activities. Gueststudies in Boston (USA) and Paris completed this constant curiosity. … read more »

Jon Sass

Jon Sass (c) Vera Schüller

As a widely celebrated tubist, Jon Sass is widely recognized today as a versatile Groove Master. Born in New York City, Jon is at home with R&B soul jazz as well as with classical music. With his truly unique career and soulfully … read more »

Katharina Gross

Katharina Gross © Nancy Horowitz

Katharina Gross studied at the Musikhochschule Lübeck with David Geringas, at the Musikhochschule Cologne with Frans Helmerson (Diploma 2003) and at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester with Ralph Kirshbaum (Diploma in Professional Performance 2005). She took part in masterclasses … read more »

Marie Spaemann

Marie Spaemann by Mavric

“Marie Spaemann’s first EP ‘The Moony Sessions’ offers a promising foretaste of a debut album from a musician whose beguiling artistry combines influences of soul and jazz with just a touch of classical,” Dagmar Golle, Bavarian Radio The musical journey of cellist … read more »