Wed Sept. 2, 2020
20:30

OnQ.20-Festival – Part I

Thomas Frey: flute
Martin Eberle, Lorenz Raab, Damaris Richerts, Dominic Fuss: trumpets
Daniel Riegler, Matthias Muche: trombone
Wolfgang Puschnig, Fabian Rucker, Astrid Wiesinger, Clemens Salesny, Viola Falb, Anna Tsombanis, Leonhard Skorupa: reeds
Emily Stewart, Sophia Goidinger-Koch, Florian Sieghartinger, Martina Bischof, Marianna Oczkowska: violins
Julia Purgina: viola
Maiken Beer, Cornelia Burghardt, Clemens Sainitzer: cello
Peter Rom: guitar
Michael Tiefenbacher: keyboards
Beate Wiesinger, Tobias Vedovelli, Philipp Kienberger: bass
Herbert Pirker, Michael Prowaznik, Andreas Lettner, Herbert Bründlmayer: drums
Margit Schoberleitner: percussion
Ceren Oran: soundpainting
Kompositionen:
Michael Tiefenbacher, Tobias Vedovelli, Ralph Mothwurf, Beate Wiesinger, Viola Falb, Phil Yaeger

Wir stellen ab ca. 20h auf "Now Live" und dann öffnet sich automatisch ein Fenster, wo Sie via Vimeo kostenlos und ohne irgendeine Registrierung das Konzert miterleben können. Wir ersuchen Sie aber, dieses Projekt über "Pay as you wish" zu unterstützen. Vielen Dank & Willkommen im virtuellen Club!

We switch over to "Now Live" from about 8 pm and then a window opens automatically, where you can watch the concert free of charge and without any registration via Vimeo. If you want, you can support this project with "Pay as you wish". Thank you & welcome to the (virtual) club!

The onQ.20 festival was created on the initiative of Tobias Vedovelli and Michael Tiefenbacher. To create a musical compositional working environment in the sense of (or better: in spite of) "social distancing" in times of initial restrictions due to COVID. This approach quickly developed into a much larger project involving a number of well-known local musicians, who all wanted to continue working on music together during the quarantine. We are now bringing the music to the stage, officially heralding the reopening of @porgyandbess after the quarantine. On September 2nd and 3rd the club will host the festival with 6 sets on 2 evenings with countless musicians presenting the music, that was created despite/because of and during the quarantine. (Pressetext)