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da Blechhauf’n

Da Blechauf´n, Bandfoto © Steve Haider / Da Blechauf´n

The formation Da Blechhauf’n is known as collective of seven brass musicians who play at full volume. What fist started as a Landverein (German for: non-profit association) the musicians turned into a pure brass band. Da Blechhauf performs at big brass festivals in … read more »

Die Strottern

Die Strottern - (c) Peter Mayr

For years the duo “Die Strottern” has been making a name for itself in the local music scene and has succeeded in being recognized as a fundamental institution on the Austrian music map. With their fresh and modern version of traditional Viennese … read more »

Die Wandervögel

Die Wandervögel, Bandfoto © Andrej Grilic

The young trio Die Wandervögel (ancient German for migratory birds) presents new arrangements of German, Austrian and Yiddish folksongs from the 1800ies till today. The repertoire includes also some self-composed “Wienerlied” songs or translations of Schubert. Die Wandervögel are a modern and humorous … read more »

Dobrek Bistro

Dobrek Bistro © dobrek-bistro.com

It was love at first tune. When Polish accordionist Krzysztof Dobrek and Russian violinist Aliosha Biz first met during rehearsals for “Fiddler on the Roof”, it was clear that their future artistic direction would be a common one. Supported by percussionist Luis … read more »

Donauwellenreiter

Donauwellenreiter - © Apollonia Bitzan

Donauwellenreiter, consisting of the four Vienna-based musicians Maria Craffonara (vocals, violin), Thomas Castañeda (piano), Jörg Mikula (drums) and Lukas Lauermann (cello),  is a quartet that has been praised and recognized for both its outstanding live concerts and recordings and has long since … read more »

Duo [:klak:]

Klak (c) Stefan Grauf-Sixt

It is already the rather uncommon combination of accordion, clarinet, percussion and vocals that lets Duo [:klak:] stand out from the crowd. However, it is not only the duo’s instrumentation that makes the music of the two Carinthians Stefan Kollmann (accordion) and … read more »

Duo Dinovski-Schuberth

Dinovski-Schuberth, Bandfoto des Duos mit Akkordeon © Tijana Dinovski

The music of the accordion duo Dinovski-Schuberth is all about provocation and improvisation. The two young accordionists from Upper Austria (Paul Schuberth) and Macedonia (Atanas Dinovski) like to indulge in their mutual passion for Balkan music, Scottish and Irish sounds, jazz and … read more »

Duo Vila Madalena

Duo Vila Madalena (c) Vila Madalena Music

Music that is best described as an exciting journey of discovery. In their music, the two heads behind DUO VILA MADALENA, Nikola Zarić (accordion) and Franz Oberthaler (clarinet, saxophone, vocals), celebrate playful wit and complete stylistic independence at its finest, while elevating … read more »

Fainschmitz

Fainschmitz (c) Fainschmitz

Fainschmitz create music to dance and to cuddle. One can meet multilingual megaphone lyrics, driving guitar, powerful bass, wild and gentle sounds of saxophone, trumpet and clarinet. They perform own songs between Gypsy Swing, Chanson, Jazz, Pop and Punk. The band consists of four … read more »

Falschlunger, Klaus

Klaus Falschlunger © Sajetafestival Slovenia

Klaus Falschlunger, studied from 1991 to 1995 Indian classical music and sitar in New Delhi and Varanasi in Northern India. His musical approaches and experiences blend subtly in his compositions and combine the spirit of Indian music and the various colours of jazz … read more »