Polyamory Sound Festival

The “Polyamory Sound Festival” (21.10 – 29.10) was created by Lukas Kranzelbinder with the aim of working with a number of musicians from various music scenes over a specific period of time.  The Festival is intended to create a basis for musical … read more »

Franz Hautzinger

Franz Hautzinger is a free spirited musician who has been pursuing his own distinctive way over the years and has so far successfully withdrawn himself from any categorization, due to his unique and distinctive playing techniques. In a few words, Franz Hautzinger … read more »

Sound Park Austria 3: POP

At the moment the the London music scene is sizzling in the district of Camden. One of the landmarks of the district is the venue “The Forge”.  In May 2010 the Austrian Cultural Forum London took this advantage and initiated the new … read more »

musikprotokoll 2010, open call

The festival “musikprotokoll im steirischen herbst” is a founding member of the festival network ECAS/ICAS, the European and International Cities of Advanced Sound. Supported by the European Union’s Culture programme (2007–2013), nine European festivals have come together to realise the network project … read more »

Donaueschinger Musiktage 2010

Founded in 1921, the Donaueschingen Music Festival is the oldest festival for contemporary music and takes place every year in the small German town of Donaueschingen. This year, from the 15th to the 17th of October,  the Donaueschingen Music Festival is devoted … read more »

CALL FOR WORKS – COMPETITION

The Austrian section of the International Society for Contemporary Music (ISCM) and the Jeunesse Chamber Choir Vienna would like to announce a composition competition for the creation of new works for soloistic vocal ensemble. The aim of the competition is to draw … read more »

Bunny Lake

A few years ago nobody really thought that a formation like Bunny Lake  could establish itself as head of the local pop scene. The tracks of the early days which boomed from the speakers were too raw and rough, and the protagonists … read more »