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Austrian Cultural Forum Kyiv
Musical fall. Online concerts from Austria
Indie pop, classical music, klezmer and jazz! The coolest young musicians from Austria will warm you up with cozy music this dreary November.
The programme includes the performances of the bands Moritz Weiß Klezmer Trio, Tribidabo, Trio KlaViS and At Pavillon. These bands are part of the NASOM (New Austrian Sound of Music) music catalogue, which is updated every two years by the Federal Ministry for European and International Affairs of Austria. The catalogue presents the best young Austrian musicians.
Every Friday in November we will publish recordings of the concerts at 7:00 p.m on the Facebook-page of the ACF and on our YouTube-channel.
Moritz Weiß Klezmer Trio
5th November 7pm
The music of the Moritz Weiß Klezmer Trio combines elements of Klezmer, jazz and classical music. In the music of the trio is hidden the desire for equality of all people and each song tells its own story.
Moritz Weiß – clarinet, bass clarinet, vocals; Niki Waltersdorfer – guitar, percussion, vocals; Maximilian Kreuzer – double bass, vocals.
12th November 7pm
Listening to the tracks of this formation, one thing immediately stands out: genre boundaries or any other musical restrictions are completely nonexistent for the young Styrian trio Tribidabo. In Tribidabo‘s music, klezmer meets classical music, traditional Roma songs meet tango, the pulsating sound of the Balkans meets French waltzes, and, and, and. For this formation it seems as if there are no musical frontiers that cannot be overcome, no combination that is daring enough.
Matthias Meister – saxophone, cajon; Bernd Kohlhofer – accordion; Simon Reithofer – guitar.
19th November 7pm
Trio KlaViS has established itself as an exceptional new chamber-music ensemble, attracting international attention with their unique sound and impressively diverse repertoire. The trio passionately engages with any style or era they find close to their hearts - from the classical and romantic era of Mozart and Brahms, or the Second Viennese School of Schoenberg and Krenek, to original works inspired by ancient folk melodies and new jewels of the 21st century by contemporary composers.
Jenny Lippl – violin, Miha Ferk – saxophone, Sabina Hasanova – piano.
26th November 7pm
The Viennese four-man band At Pavillon has succeeded where many other bands have failed. The four musicians have breathed new life into indie pop, a genre which has almost been played to death, and have given it a modern spin and made it interesting again.
Bernhard Melchart – guitar; Mataro Mwita – guitar, vocals; Paul Majdzadeh-Ameli – drums; Tobias Kobl – bass.