Lukas Ligeti created a unique word-sound document in the context of the history of Polish Jews. Touching and absolutely worth listening!
“Alles wieder gut” is the ultimate Liederabend with Florian Boesch – one of the most sought-after Lieder-interpreters of our time – and the iconic Musicbanda Franui from the wilderness of East Tyrol. Listen now!
The dawn of new music: the much-praised Mondrian Ensemble with remarkable works by the Austrian Thomas Wally. Experience the shaping of time with sound!
Part II has finally arrived and we’re very happy and proud to be part of this very special project with ICST & ZHdK presenting more masterpieces of electroacoustic music.
The Ensemble Orchestral Contemporain under the direction of Daniel Kawka pays homage to the great French master Pierre Boulez with a very special album.
This album about boredom takes the Musicbanda Franui, accompanied by actor Peter Simonischek, away from their daily routine, back to the days of their childhood, and straight on to the graveyard.
Knoedel are back – without umlaut, but with drums! And a very special mix between contemporary and traditional, exceptional and ordinary.
Almost in G: an album composed by Christian Winther Christensen, performed by Scenatet and sincerely recommended by col legno!
“Bach is a complete cosmos for sceptics, Bach is the experience of in nity for mortals.” (Armin Thurnher)
Trombonist & composer Martin Ptak presenting his brand new album River Tales hereby - considering nothing less than the endless stream of recurrence...
Federspiel are back, presenting their 5th longplayer called Wolperting ... "and a simple glance out of the window turns into a story which lasts a lifetime."
Wolfgang vs. Ludwig? Nine In One? Schicksal? Tristesse? All in one, the whole prgramme ... and yes, you really can listen to Beethoven!
Guess who’s back with a brand new record in order to celebrate their 25th anniversary! Right, Franui again: "Is it going to last?"
This music is about fading away, about reverberations, echoes. European instruments sound Asian, and Asian instruments are integrated into European art music.
Even Hector Berlioz praised the sound of the, then newly invented, saxophone, likening it to the “mysterious vibrations of a bell, long a er it has been struck.”
Guess who’s back: Alma are happy to show around again presenting their brand new and highly anticipated 3rd Longplayer Oeo! Summer 2017 is occupied from now on!
Milestones of electroacoustic music – from Varèse to Ferneyhough – investigated from a music-historical perspective and presented in contemporary 5.1 surround sound.
"The music they make is an acoustic gingerbread, lustily oral, closely linked to eating, drinking, kissing, breathing, living." (Franzobel)
Dance music from high-alpine regions and from the low plains, music located somewhere between Schubert, Bartok and a Young Farmers’Ball in East Tyrol.
“Trio Catch are like a fresh new brand for the old lady New Music.” (www.vanmagazin.com) — Could there be a catchier way of phrasing it?
For the very first time in the almost 200 year old history of the Musikkapelle Innervillgraten their legendary mourning marches will be published on a record!
Prick up your ears while listening to these recordings of genuinely Viennese music and you may detect traces of the “primordial soup” of the Vienna New Year’s Concert.
With their 2nd Album the 5 austrian wunderkinder - better known as Alma - are back at it again and show us once more what traditional austrian folk music has to sound like nowadays.
"The Wilten Boys’ Choir astonished me: with the beauty of their voices and their maturity, that is just remarkable for a Boys’ Choir." (Arvo Pärt)