Lukas Lauermann

Lukas Lauermann, Portraitfoto © Andreas Jakwerth
Lukas Lauermann © Andreas Jakwerth

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Genre(s): Contemporary Music, Global, Jazz/Improvised Music, Pop
From: Vienna, Austria
Label: www.col-legno.com/de/home/
Booking: stephanie.kroen@medienmanufaktur.com
Contact: lukaslauermann@gmx.net
Website: lauermann.tumblr.com/
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BIOGRAPHY

One thing can be said about the musician Lukas Lauermann: he is one of the most versatile and busiest artists in Austria. Lauermann’s participation in previous projects is proof that he feels at home in a wide variety of musical surroundings.

Whether in pop (A Life A Song A Cigarette, Soap&Skin, Der Nino aus Wien), world music (Donauwellenreiter), experimental music (Ritornell), or jazz (as a duo with Stephie Hacker) this cellist always manages to put his own stamp on the music he makes. So it’s not too surprising that expectations have been high for his solo-debut, that was released in August 2017. And those who were hoping for a special musical experiences were not disappointed.


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