Event Klosters

Klosters Music – Across borders

A refreshing mix of classical music (Mozart, Brahms & Dvořák), jazz, folk and pop.


CHF 100.00 | 70.00 | 45.00
duration; 75 min, without intermission
WC Arena Klosters

They turn the vocal Allegretto of Ludwig van Beethoven's 7th Symphony into a steaming gypsy jazz number and Richard Wagner's opera drama "Tristan und Isolde" into a longing tango. The seven big boys of Philharmonix know no stylistic limits for their highly musical mix. Most of them play with the Vienna or Berlin Philharmonic. That's why they call their septet "Vienna Berlin Music Club", which also includes pianist Christoph Traxler and violinist Sebastian Gürtler.

Here everyone brings their music, which they rearrange, decorate with improvisations and spice up a bit sharper. These can be classics such as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Johannes Brahms or Antonín Dvořák, but also an Australian folk song such as "Waltzing Matilda" sounds in a completely new way. This virtuoso boy group also has its own compositions in its luggage. This ensures plenty of fireworks on Swiss National Day.

Ensemble Philharmonix – The Vienna Berlin Music Club
Daniel Ottensamer, clarinet
Noah Bendix-Balgley, violin
Sebastian Gürtler, violin
Thilo Fechner, Viola
Stephan Koncz, cello
Ödön Rácz, double bass
Christoph Traxler, piano

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756–1791)
Oriental Overture, arr. Stephan Koncz

Antonín Dvořák (1841-1904)
Humoresque, arr. Stephan Koncz

Sebastian Gürtler (1970)
Zutje Dunje

Stephan Koncz (1984)
Waltzing Matilda

Johannes Brahms (1833–1897)
Hungarian dance, arr. Stephan Koncz


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