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Wolfgang Muthspiel © Maciej Kanik

Johannes Berauer's Vienna Chamber Diaries plus Strings feat. Wolfgang Muthspiel

»Re-imagining chamber music / Re-imagining jazz«

Monday 25 April 2022
19:30 – ca. 21:00
Mozart-Saal

 

Performers

Wolfgang Muthspiel, Gitarre

Klaus Gesing, Sopransaxophon, Bassklarinette

Gwilym Simcock, Klavier

Johannes Dickbauer, Violine

Christian Bakanic, Akkordeon, Percussion

Florian Eggner, Violoncello

Yuri Goloubev, Kontrabass

Damir Oraščanin, Violine

Katharina Henríquez, Violine

Miaoyu Luginbühl-Hung, Violine

Oliver Pastor, Violine

Paul Kropfitsch, Violine

Jovana Raljić, Violine

Aleksandra Juszczak, Violine

Joanna Rusev, Violine

Marta Potulska, Viola

Cynthia Liao, Viola

Giorgia Veneziano, Viola

Katharina Steininger, Violoncello

Programme

Johannes Berauer

Home (2021) (UA)

Valse bleue (2021) (UA)

Far side of the moon (2021) (UA)

Florentin (2021) (UA)

Divertimento in blue (2021) (UA)

Quiet waves (2021) (UA)

Just another pop song (2021) (UA)

New horizons (2021) (UA)

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Zugabe:

Johannes Berauer

Indian summer (2021) (UA)

Note

Unterstützt von Erste Bank
Medienpartner Ö1 Club

Subscription series Jazz unplugged

Links http://www.gwilymsimcock.com
http://www.johannesdickbauer.com
https://www.wolfgangmuthspiel.com
https://www.christianbakanic.com
http://www.eggnertrio.at

Presented by Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft

Diary Without Words

A distinctive feeling for the sensitive and impulsive, for gripping grooves and energetic improvisations distinguishes him: Wolfgang Muthspiel is a free spirit wandering between genres, an open musical bridge builder on all sides, who artfully and imaginatively unites the supposedly contradictory. »Vienna chamber diaries plus strings« by Johannes Berauer is a fusion of contemporary classical music and jazz. Whereby the musical sketchbook, in which each piece tells its own story, becomes a diary without words. »It is an attempt to meet in the middle of two ways of feeling, thinking, interpreting and maybe even living music. [...] My main goal was to mix written music with improvisation in such a way that you can never tell for sure whether it's one or the other,« says Berauer, who assembles the top-class ensemble with seven jazz and classical instrumentalists and string orchestra into ever-new combinations, thus ensuring fresh sound magic.

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