Hans Theessink

If Hans Theessink were American, he would be one of those legends whose guitar playing would have influenced generations of musicians. Not that the born Dutchman does not influence people already, but for a European musician to gain worldwide recognition it requires … read more »

Ernst Molden

Just a few months ago Ernst Molden caught a lot of attention with his release “Häuserl am Oasch”. In his usual heartfelt style, the songsmith and author illuminates the depths of the Viennese soul. No matter whether if written or sung, this … read more »

Austria's Young Composers: Manuela Kerer

There is a lot going on in Austria’s contemporary music scene. Mainly responsible for this development is a new generation of composers, who expand the spectrum of contemporary music with many never-before-heard facets. In the second part of the series “Austria’s Young … read more »

Portrait Georg Nussbaumer (Composer)

There is a lot going on in Austria’s contemporary music scene.  Mainly responsible for this development is a new generation of composers, who expand the spectrum of contemporary music with many never-before-heard facets. In the coming weeks mica – music austria wants … read more »

Soundings: More than Mahler

Soundings, now in its seventh year, is the ACF London’s platform for contemporary music. It brings together composers and musicians from Austria and the UK for workshops and concerts. The concert on the 24th November 2010 at The Forge in London features … read more »

Sound Park Austria 4: World Music

Once again, visitors will be able to experience another exciting Sound Park Austria session at The Forge. This new event series was initiated by the Austrian Cultural Forum London, aiming to stimulate the creative exchange between Austrian and British musicians whose repertoire … read more »

Electric Indigo

Not too long ago, women had a hard time breaking new grounds in the still male-dominated DJ scene. A pioneer of this development was Susanne Kirchmayr, who decided in the mid-nineties to try the  “unthinkable” and pursue a career as a female … read more »