Monika Herzig is a German-born jazz pianist, composer and musicologist. She presents and talks about her new book. Read more ...
In May 2017, Larry Appelbaum, American jazz scholar, critic, broadcaster and Senior Music Specialist at the Library of Congress, and myself met in Washington D.C. and discussed the goals of the new music university in Vienna.
Bill Dobbins, professor of jazz studies at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester will talk about the music of Thelonious Monk. The Music of a composer and improviser.
Chameleon Changes’ record company QUINTON celebrates its 15th anniversary.
Sighardt Donabaum’s winery in Spitz an der Donau is not just a fabulous place for enjoying great wines in one of Austria’s most beautiful areas, the Wachau. It’s becoming more and more of a hot spot for jazz as well.
Line up: Bertl Mayer (chrom. harp), Herwig Gradischnig (reeds), Daniel Nösig (trp.), Robert Bachner (trb.), Oliver Kent (p.), Hans Strasser (b.), Mario Gonzi (dr.), Marcus Ratka (guit., musical director)
THE CHAMELEON’S UNIVERSE ON A NEW CD
Just by walking, you’ll find new ways!
At the Institute of Musicology, Vienna, I was part of a several year long ongoing research seminar on musical hermeneutics, which was led by the musicologist Gernot Gruber.