The purpose of the club is to create a guitar ensemble that will study, interpret and present different genres. Moreover, among other things , the club aims to encourage the participation of guitarists of all ages, it hopes to contribute to the overall development of the local music education, it wishes to work with other musicians, choirs, etc. In addition, it is possible to organize educational trips for concerts and other artistic performances.
The folk music of the Croats has played an important role throughout the cultural history of the Austrian province of Burgenland. This type of music, especially the Tamburica-music, has recently gained further popularity beyond the borders of this province. The bilingual community of Steinbrunn, with its 1900 inhabitants, forms part of the unique cultural variety of the region. Following devastation by the Turks, the first Croats settled in Steinbrunn in 1555 and have since preserved their cultural identity. With their typical string instrument ensembles, the so-called "Tamburicas", they continue to convey the beauty and richness of their soulful and often melancholic music.
The wild classical music ensemble is a musical project launched by the association vzw.with in november 2007. Thanks to vzw.with, Damien Magnette, sound artist and drummer had the chance to meet Linh Pham, Johan Geenens, Rudy Callant and Kim verbeke, 4 artists with a mental disability. These 4 artists are working in different fine art media, but they also showed a will and talent to make music.
Was the first chamber ensemble of this kind to be established in the region. The quartet was formed in 2002 by Krunoslav Babić who still plays with the ensemble, together with Aleksandar Benčić, Viktor Kirčenkov and Jurica Rukljić.
Formed in 1960 by Pavle Dešpalj, who is now their honorary conductor, but the Orchestra was not officially constituted before 1985. At that time violinist and teacher Petar Vrbančić took over the leadership of the ensemble.
Formed by music enthusiasts who organize the international Musica Maxima festival, numerous concerts and tours with fellow musicians from around the world in an aim of further promoting classical music.
The piano duet THEINER & BREITNER is active since the beginning of the nineties. It is mainly devoted to contemporary music, with a focus an Austria and France. Crossing-over productions of operettae is the new, currently explored field. Concerts throughout Europe; numerous composers are in constant collaboration with the duet. Radio broadcasting productions of contemporary Austrian music. CDs.
Together with her husband, the jazz pianist Elias Meiri, Timna Brauer founded the Brauer and Meiri Ensemble. They thus won the international jazz competition in Paris-la-Defense and produced - amongst others – for the ORF their own fantasy show “Open Sesame”.
The Tonkünstler Orchestra Niederösterreich is among the most important institutions on the Austrian music scene. The main focus of the orchestra’s artistic work is the traditional repertoire, ranging from the classical to the Romantic period through to the 20th century; at the same time, the Tonkünstler set trends in the field of contemporary music.
With its residencies at Musikverein Wien, the Festspielhaus St. Pölten and Grafenegg, the Tonkunstler Orchestra is among the major musical ambassadors for Austria. The main focus of the orchestra’s artistic work is traditional orchestral repertoire, ranging from the classical to the Romantic period through to the 20th century. At the same time, the Tonkunstler consider it a privilege to perform contemporary music. The orchestra currently employs around 100 musicians.
The traditional singing group "Saucējas" are nine Latvian women united by a common goal – to learn and promote the styles and techniques of Latvian ethnographic singing, with special emphasis on local multipart singing traditions. The repertoire of the group consists of songs and vocal styles from three Latvian regions.
Trbovlje Workers' Band was founded in 1903. From its beginnings, when twenty musicians, mostly miners, acted mainly working in public events, municipal and Revirski character, the real development of the band started in the thirties of the last century. Its organized professional and artistic path has risen sharply since the Second World War. Trbovlje Workers' Band so many decades is one of the best amateur brass orchestras.
The musicians of the duo – Magdalena Bojanowicz, cello and Maciej Frąckiewicz, accordion – have been granted the prestigious Passport Award of the “Polityka” weekly “for their highly mature and expressive interpretations of contemporary and other kinds of music for their courage, risk-taking and consistency for building up a repertoire for their concert creations, inspiring our imagination, and for their force of persuasion”.
The Vienna Chamber Philharmonics were founded by Claudius Traunfellner in the fall of 1985 and consist primarily of young musicians, most of them being winners of an international award. As early as 1986 the orchestra managed to draw international attention.
Created in October 2011 in Patras and initially consisted of voice students. The purpose of the artistic performance jazz and modern compositions. In his repertoire also includes Greek songs , spirituals and traditional. Its first appearance was in March 2012 at the Theatre ' Lithographion ' in Patras , with an evening dedicated to tango compositions . In July 2012 it took part in the 30th International Choral Festival of Preveza and art apart festival in EOT beach in Patras .
The vocal ensemble “Putni” was established in 1993 in Riga, Latvia, by eight singers who all learned their skills in professional choirs in Latvia: the State Choir “Latvija”, the Latvian Radio Choir, the “Ave Sol” Chamber Choir, the Riga Vocal Group, “Marana”, etc. Members of the group frequently participate in various other musical projects both as solo singers and conductors.