Künstler


Alberto Stiffoni
Aldona Bartnik
Andreas Schablas
Armin Egger
Balkalito Project
Benjamin Herzl
Birds against Hurricanes
Chaos String Quartet
Christian Bakanic
Christian Dolcet
Diknu Schneeberger & Christian Bakanic Quartett
Diknu Schneeberger Trio
Dominik Wagner
Duo Arboresk
Duo Trenev&Weiß
Erich Oskar Huetter
Ernst Kovacic
Ewald Donhoffer
Firmian Lermer
Franz Gollner
Franzobel
Georg Gratzer
Georg Gratzer & Klemens Bittmann
Grande(n) Finale
Graz Chamber Brass
Hanbyul Jung
Hanson Quartett
Harald Haslmayr
Heinrich von Kalnein & Meretrio
Hotel Palindrone
Il Terzo Suono
Irene Kok
Irina Vaterl
Isabel Frey
Ivan Trenev
Javus Quartett
Jazz 'n' Folk
Jevgēnijs Čepoveckis
Julia Stemberger
Kandinsky Quartett
Karl Markovics
Klemens Bittmann
Levon Avagyan
Lorenz Duftschmid
Lukas Hasler
Maegan Martin
Mak Grgić
Mala Junta
Marie Spaemann & Christian Bakanic
Massimo Mercelli
Mirjam Schröder
Moritz Weiß
Moritz Weiß Bassemble
Moritz Weiß Klezmer Trio & Friends: „Klezmer Explosion“
Nada Brahma Duo
Nenad Mitić
Neuschnee
Nicoletta Sanzin
Oberton String Octet
Oberton+
Patrick Dunsts ON THE WIRE
Patrick Dunsts Perpetuum
Paul Gulda
Peter Matzka
Philipp Scheucher
Raphael Meinharts EXIT UNIVERSE
Raphael Meinharts „Trio de Janeiro“
Reinhard Latzko
Selini Quartett
Serafina Jaffé
Shira Karmon
Simply Quartet
Simply Tango
Stadtmusikkapelle Liezen
STUDIO PERCUSSION graz
Sturm und Klang
Tanaka Dziurbiel Piano Duo
The Klezmer Brothers
Thomas Selditz
Tobias Kochseder
Trio de Janeiro
Trio Infernal mit Paula Barembuem
Trio Lumi
Trio Mauerhofer/Gratzer/Meinhart
Trio Tempestoso
Vanessa Latzko
Vincenco Paci
Vladimir Milošević
Wave Quartet
Werner Neugebauer
Wieder, Gansch und Paul
Wolfgang Tischart
Wolfram Berger
Xylos Trio

Grande(n) Finale

Gerald Pachinger (clarinet) was born in 1967 in Ried im Innkreis (Upper Austria). After studying with Peter Schmidl at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna, he has been principal clarinettist with the Vienna Symphony Orchestra since October 1987 and has also worked in numerous chamber music ensembles such as the Vienna Wind Ensemble and the Vienna Quintet.

Richard Galler, who was born in Graz, studied at the Salzburg Mozarteum and has been solo bassoonist with the Vienna Symphony Orchestra since September 1987, as well as being a member of various other chamber music groups such as the Vienna Wind Ensemble. Since March 2004 he has been a professor at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna.
Athanasios Ioannou was born in Corfu (Greece) in 1989. He started playing the French horn at the age of eight and completed his studies in Athens with Kostas Siskos. After working in numerous Greek orchestras and a postgraduate diploma at the Graz University of Art and Design, he played as a substitute with numerous top orchestras such as the Vienna Philharmonic, Vienna Symphoniker, Tonkünstler Niederösterreich and others and has also played natural tone instruments with the Vienna Concentus Musicus, among others. He has been a horn player in the Graz Philharmonic Orchestra since 2013 and its solo horn player since 2016.

Born in Bulgaria in 1978, Kamen Nikolov studied oboe at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, graduating with honors in 2005. After winning several international prizes and working in various orchestras, he has been solo oboist with the Graz Philharmonic Orchestra since 2011 and guest professor for oboe at the Graz University of the Arts since 2012.
Russian violist Liliya Nigamedzyanova was born in 1987. After completing her studies in Moscow and Ufa, she came to Austria in 2012 to continue her studies at the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz in the class of Prof. Silvia Marcovici (violin). During this time, she discovered her love for the sound of the viola and decided to devote herself entirely to this instrument. Since 2014, she has been studying at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna with Prof. Thomas Selditz.
Ernst Weissensteiner received his musical education at the University of Music in Vienna in the class of Ludwig Streicher.
In 1989, he completed his diploma studies with unanimous honors and the award of a prize by the Federal Ministry of Science and Art. While still a student, Ernst Weissensteiner became a member of the Vienna Symphony Orchestra and has been the orchestra's solo bassist since 1990.

In 2012, he ended his leadership position at the Vienna Conservatory/Private University and has since been Professor of Double Bass at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Graz. The multiple Prima La Musica award winner Manon Stankovski was admitted to the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna in 2012 in the class of Prof. Lieke Te Winkel, where she has been studying concert music since 2014. She was concertmaster of the Lower Austria Youth Symphony Orchestra and traveled across Europe with the Vienna Jeunesse Orchestra, the European Union Youth Orchestra (EUYO) and the Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra. International master classes with Ernst Kovacic, Benjamin Schmid, Detlef Hahn; further musical impulses from Reinhard Latzko and Julian Rachlin.

Ernst Kovacic - violin
Manon Stankovski - violin
Liliya Nigamedzyanova - viola
Reinhard Latzko - cello
Ernst Weissensteiner - double bass
Gerald Pachinger - clarinet
Richard Galler - bassoon
Athanasios Ioannou – French horn
Vanessa Latzko - flute
Kamen Nikolov – oboe
Clarinet N.N.
Balint Foldi - trumpet

Translated by Anna Gabriel