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Kollegium Kalksburg

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Sterzinger V

Sterzinger V

Kollegium Kalksburg / Sterzinger V

Sunday 4 December 2022
19:30 – ca. 21:30
Mozart-Saal

 

Performers

Kollegium Kalksburg

Heinz Ditsch, Akkordeon, Singende Säge, Gesang

Paul Skrepek, Kontragitarre, Gesang

Wolfgang Vincenz Wizlsperger, Gesang, Kamm, Euphonium

Sterzinger V

Stefan Sterzinger, Akkordeon, Gesang

Gerald Preinfalk, Sopransaxophon, Bassklarinette

Edi Köhldorfer, Gitarre

Franz Schaden, Kontrabass

Jörg Mikula, Schlagzeug

Programme

Heinz Ditsch

Hermi

Heinz Ditsch, Paul Skrepek

Sog du kumsd eh wieda dsruk

Heinz Ditsch

Peppal

A großes Kind

Martin Zrost

Fleischhokka

Heinz Ditsch, Paul Skrepek

Aus der Kochnische

Heinz Ditsch

Zizalweis

Paul Skrepek

Eascht wau ma hi san

Georg Danzer

Ruaf mi ned an

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Stefan Sterzinger

Westwaerts Wiesen

Note

Medienpartner Ö1 Club

Subscription series Lieder aus Wien

Links http://www.kollegiumkalksburg.at
http://sterzinger.priv.at

Presented by Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft

Songs from Vienna

The Kollegium Kalksburg describes itself as »dilettante bandmasters in the best sense of the word«. But the virtuoso trio is much more than that: Heinz Ditsch, Paul Skrepek and Wolfgang Vincenz Wizlsperger have been shaping the Viennese song scene for quite some time. All three originally come from jazz, and in 1996, on the occasion of the Herz.Ton.Wien festival, they committed themselves to the »Viennese singing and musicianship tradition«. With contrabass guitar, accordion, comb, singing saw, euphonium and vinous vocals, the group has often played its way into the hearts of the Viennese concert hall audience - and will be making a guest appearance here again at the beginning of December. Sterzinger V, on the other hand, can be experienced for the first time in the Mozart Hall. The collective around the grand seigneur Stefan Sterzinger pays homage to contemporary Viennese world music with a pinch of jazz and well-formed lyrics. You can hear settings of original poems and collages from the word material of Elfriede Gerstl, Konrad Bayer and Sterzinger texts.
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