Amatis Trio

Amatis Trio by Marco Borggreve

Founded in Amsterdam in 2014 and now based in Salzburg, the Amatis Trio performs in all major concert venues worldwide and is one of the most sought-after piano trios internationally. German violinist Lea Hausmann, British cellist Samuel Shepherd and Dutch pianist Mengjie … read more »

Ángela Tröndle

Ángela Tröndle (c) Domig

From the very beginning of Ángela Tröndle’s life, it was clear that she would find her love and profession in music. As the daughter of two musically active parents (the mother a cellist and the father a violinist and viola player), the … read more »

Anna Buchegger

Anna Buchegger by Alex Gotter

Anna Buchegger brings a breath of fresh air to Austrian folk music – bold and self-determined. In her music she combines selected traditional elements with contemporary trends. Anna does not mince her words – Her lyrics reflect the harsh reality, packaged in … 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 »


Berglind by Paul Vincenth Schutz

BERGLIND is Giovanna Fartacek’s solo project. You might know her from her band MYNTH, which won an Amadeus Austrian Music Award in 2019. Inspired by her dreams, her experiences and everyday struggles, BERGLIND combines melancholy and poetry in her catchy, gloomy German … read more »


Christoh by Christoph Radl

With his band Gospel Dating Service, Christoph Ertl has been making a big splash on Vienna’s indie scene since 2016. Synthpop and soul, funk and dance, a bit of piano here, a dose of rap there, take the passionately eclectic producer into … read more »


Coshiva, Portraitfoto 2013 © NewtonRec./Elsa Okazaki

The Salzburg born singer-songwriter Coshiva has ever since fascinated growing audiences  with her positive vibes and uplifting music. Creating delightful textures and sonic palates, the multi-instrumentalist blends piano with guitar, mandolin and ukulele to create her iconic joyful sound. The actual name Coshiva … read more »

Crack Ignaz

Crack Ignaz (c) Shirin Siebert

Crack Ignaz from Salzburg has already made international waves with his interpretation of hip hop: The so called “King of the Alps” is constantly on tour, already entered the charts with “Geld Leben” in 2016. In the same year he published his … read more »

Diatonische Expeditionen

Diatonische Expeditionen by Dora Neubacher

Consisting of students and graduates of the two classes for Styrian harmonica at Bruckneruni Linz and Musikhochschule München, this is an ensemble in different instrumentations. The goal is to break new ground on the Styrian harmonica – in artistic pedagogical training, in … read more »

Elias Stemeseder

Elias Stemeseder by Szymon Hantkiewicz

ELIAS STEMESEDER (*1990), keyboard-instrumentalist, electronic musician and composer. Actively performs on acoustic piano, harpsichord, synthesizers and samplers in projects led by Anna Webber, Adam O’Farrill and Philipp Gropper, among others. Current work includes the electro-acoustic group STEMESEDER – LILLINGER (with Christian Lillinger), … read more »