Reinhard Fuchs

Reinhard Fuchs by Markus Bruckner

Reinhard Fuchs (*1974) first studied accordion at the Brucknerkonservatorium Linz (1991-1995) and then trained as a composer with Michael Jarell (1996-2002). In 1997/98 he spent a year at the University of Miami, Florida. Further valuable impulses for his compositions derived from his … read more »

Reinhold Schinwald

Reinhold Schinwald (c) Daniel Wolf

Reinhold Schinwald studied electrical and audio engineering at Graz University of Technology and composition with Beat Furrer and Pierluigi Billone (graduated with distinction) as well as music theory with Christian Utz, Clemens Gadenstätter and Georg Friedrich Haas at the University of Music … read more »


Ressi/Benes (c) Silvio Rether

RESSI/BENES – Christof Ressi and Szilard Benes pursue the idea of confrontation of extreme psychological states by the means of music and media art. The instrumental sound of the bass clarinet dynamically interacts with electronics, video and body movement and lets the … read more »

Rojin Sharafi

Rojin Sharafi (c) Igor Ripak

ROJIN SHARAFI is a sound artist and composer of acoustic, electro-acoustic, and electronic music. Her music crosses borders of different genres and keenly grabs from many musical buckets such as noise, folk, ambient, metal, and contemporary music. Her recent album “Urns Waiting … read more »

Sabina Hank

Sabina Hank (c) Markus Roessle

Sabina Hank was born in Salzburg in 1976. In 1981 – at the age of five – she began attending Salzburg’s Mozarteum, and she received instruction in classical piano there for 13 years. From 1994 to 1999 she pursued studies in jazz … read more »

Schallfeld Ensemble

Schallfeld Ensemble by Maria Frodl

Schallfeld is an international ensemble for contemporary music based in Graz. The group sparks the interest of its audience by its vivid virtuosity and refined chamber music sound, paired with interpretations that pay special attention to concert format, creating events that adapt … read more »


Presspic schtum by Andreas Gnigler

schtum’s music conjures the sense of abstract movement in sound. Performing live on instruments augmented by distortion and reverb, the duo transforms microtonal interferences and feedback into dark, often brutal electronic sequences. The dynamic contrast between raw expression and clinical precision is … read more »

Simon Vosecek

Simon Vosecek by Nafez Rerhuf

Šimon Voseček was born in 1978 in Prague and began studying composition at the Prague Conservatory with Otomar Kvech. At the same time he sang in choirs, one of which he also directed, and learned languages (German, Russian, Italian). 2002, after the … read more »

Sixtus Preiss

Sixtus Preiss, a native of Vienna, came into contact with making music as a child and deepened his knowledge in a classical piano training. However, he also developed a fondness for old electrical junk, especially radios, which had to be taken apart … read more »

Sofia Labropoulou

Sofia Labropoulou by

Sofia Labropoulou is a kanun player, composer and improviser who has developed a distinct sound from masterfully blending the worlds of folk, classical Ottoman, western Medieval, experimental and contemporary music. Classically trained with piano and classical percussion since age of 8, it … read more »