Congratulations to the composers whose compositions will be played on October 11, 2021 in Studio A in Karlín! Dániel Hofecker, Tobias Hoffmann, Rok Nemanič, Ursula Reicher, Emiliano Sampaio
Come and listen to the premieres of the winning compositions of our composition competition on October 11 at 19:30 in Studio A in Karlín. The concert will also be broadcast live on the Vltava station, so you can enjoy it from the comfort of your home.
Those interested in jazz composition are invited to a composition workshop with this year’s jury chairman Julian Argüelles on October 12 at 10:00 at the Atelier, HAMU. Admission to the concert and workshop is free!
This year’s competition is open also for composers from Austria and Slovenia. Österreichischer Rundfunk – Radio Ö1 and Radio Slovenia (program ARS) have decided to participate in the organization of the competition, they offer interesting awards in the form of recording sessions and broadcasting of the final concert within the EBU (European Broadcasting Union).
Congratulations to the winners, thanks to all the composers for their participation and to our listeners for their support.
From the 19th to the 27th of July 2021 in Coimbra, Portugal
Summer Festival held at the open-air Amphitheater Colina de Camões, at the Quinta das Lágrimas Gardens and at various locations in the city of Coimbra.
The AS International Music Festival is a saxophone-themed event addressing a wide audience, amateurs and professionals alike, with a vision of becoming the central event of its type in this part of Europe. It is duly named after Belgian instrument inventor Adolphe Sax, whose most famous invention is the SAXOPHONE itself.
Application deadline: January 6. 2020
The organizer does not take any responsibility for underage participants.
Organizers shall not be responsible for any kind of accident or loss of items during the master classes at As festival Bled.
Five Universities have the opportunity to nominate two of their best students to be part of this great experience. The ethos of this project is to give music students the exciting prospect of expanding their network, going on tour and presenting themselves as a musician and as a composer/arranger. Host University for 2020 is Kunstuniversität Graz, Austria.
Rooted in the various traditions of its members, but notoriously modern, this Duo's music follows its own subtle rhythm; It is episodic, full of little pleasures of exploration that mirrors the modus operandi of these two great instrumentalists. The syncopated rhythms and creative improvisation of Portuguese pianist Mário Laginha and British saxophonist Julian Arguelles make a mix of contemporary Euro-jazz, with influences of various styles ranging from fado to folk, as well as classical music.
Artistic sheet |
Mário Laginha - Piano
Julian Argüelles - Saxophone
Duration: Approx. 60 m
Age Rating | M6
Price | 8 Euro
The pantau-x ZAUBERKLANG 02 Music Festival presents selected musicians in special ensembles.
Jazz and improvisation at its finest with excursions into pop and groovy realms are played.
The outstanding musicians from the pool of PANTAU-X promise exciting concert sets.
We are looking forward to 3 days of different music and invite you / you / you cordially to accompany us on these exciting musical journeys!
The Austrian guitarist Wolfgang Muthspiel was previously known for his work with smaller bands, such as his highly praised quintet. Now the son of a family of musicians from Styria is making a big splash: his 16-member Large Ensemble consists of a rhythm section, strings and brass section, conducted by Argentine big band leader and jazz musician Guillermo Klein.
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The Austrian guitarist Wolfgang Muthspiel was previously known for his work with smaller bands, such as his highly praised quintet, with which he was already at the end of 2018 in the Elbphilharmonie guest. Now the son of a family of musicians from Styria is making a big splash: his 16-member Large Ensemble consists of a rhythm section, strings and brass section, conducted by Argentine big band leader and jazz musician Guillermo Klein.