»To love Schubert means [...] to master the art of patience,« writes Khatia Buniatishvili about the composer to whom she dedicates her recital.
The history of jazz is marked by music-making siblings – from the Adderleys to the Heath Brothers to the Turrentines.
Federspiel has a new album in the luggage! As the title suggests, it is about absorption and reflection.
Herbert Pixner Project © photowerkspeyer
Herbert Pixner Projekt
Herbert Pixner, Diatonische Harmonika, Klarinette, Trompete, Flügelhorn
Werner Unterlercher, Kontrabass
Heidi Pixner, Harfe
Manuel Randi, Manouche-Gitarre
The Herbert Pixner Project has been thrilling audiences with its unmistakable musical style for sixteen years now. A regional assignment is impossible, but what for? Because one thing is certain: with this ingenious formation, brilliant »handcrafted music from the Alps« is guaranteed. The musicians around the South Tyrolean multi-talent Herbert Pixner are always good for sonic surprises. The mixture of »euphoria, energy, excitement and a lot of free improvisation« makes for an electrifying concert experience.
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