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Lukas Lauermann

Lukas Lauermann © Andreas Jakwerth


MAIIJA © Michael Vienne

Lukas Lauermann solo / MAIIJA

»Interploitation – I am«

Saturday 9 March 2024


Lukas Lauermann, Violoncello, Electronics


Marilies Jagsch, Klavier, Gitarre, Gesang

Peter Paul Aufreiter, Bass, Gitarre, Synthesizer

Lukas Lauermann, Violoncello

Gernot Scheithauer, Schlagzeug


»Interploitation – I am«


Medienpartner The Gap und Der Standard
Freie Platzwahl


Presented by Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft

Concentrate of the Most Beautiful Possible

His music is »a concentrate of the most beautiful possible«, the city magazine Falter once wrote. Lukas Lauermann is a sought-after musician: he works with Alicia Edelweiss, Soap&Skin, Wanda and Tocotronic as well as with André Heller, both in the studio and on stage. Engagements have taken the trained cellist to the Royal Festival Hall in London and to Vienna's Burgtheater, but also to Malaysia, Canada and Kazakhstan. In his latest solo project, »Interploitation«, he is particularly interested in reworking existing music. The basis is his music for the documentary »Alpenland«, a film about human intervention in nature. Analogously, Lauermann designs processes of change in music - and intervenes electronically in the compositions, for example.

»I am« is the name of the project with which MAIIJA aka Marilies Jagsch is now going public. The tone she now strikes - a little more than a decade has passed since her last publication - is now less gentle, more considered. In her song »I am consumed«, for example, she asks herself »what it does to people when consumption and efficiency determine all areas of life« (original quote Jagsch). Stylistically, the musician sees herself primarily in the singer-songwriter scene with her latest project. Jagsch says about her music: »It is important to me that it [the concert experience] is not casual, but intense, in whatever way. It can be beautifully intense or cruelly intense - it has to trigger something in me and touch me. That's something I also want to create with my music itself, that people care.«


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