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4. 10. 2020 – Sunday

Viedeň 19:00 /**Stream záznam


Aureum is the Latin word for “gold, golden”. Golden is also the colour of the instrument, whose origins go back to the 19thcentury. An attractive mix of contemporary and Baroque music with, naturally, jazz music as the one most typical for the saxophone will be presented by four excellent Austrian performers.


  • Johann Sebastian Bach (arr. Mordechai Rechtman)
    Italian Concerto, BWV 971 – III. Presto

  • György Ligeti (arr. Fabio Oehrli)
    Six baguatelle:
    I. Allegro con spirito
    III. Allegro grazioso
    IV. Presto ruvido

  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (arr. Leonhard Paul)
    Adagio and Fuga KV 546

  • Ludwig van Beethoven (arr. Leonhard Paul)
    “Pathétique” –  III. Rondo

  • Traditional
    Meraner Jodler

  • Edvard Grieg (arr. Maarten Jense)
    Holberg suite, op. 40
    I. Prelude, Allegro vivace
    II. Sarabande, Andante
    V. Rigaudon, Allegro con brio

  • Astor Piazzolla (arr. Claude Voirpy)
    History of tango
    I. Bordel 1900
    II. Café 1930
    III. Nightclub 1960

  • Steven Verhelst (Tetsuya Watanabe)
    A Song For Japan

  • Philippe Geiss
    Imagiary Dances

Martina Stückler

Born in 1990 in Wolfsberg, Carinthia, MARTINA STÜCKLER discovered her passion for music as a nine-year-old. As a solo and orchestral player she has performed with the Vienna Chamber Orchestra, Symfonieorkest Carpe Diem, Riga Chamber Winds and others. In addition, she often plays with the Vienna Philharmonic, Wiener Symphoniker and the Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra.

Johannes Weichinger

teaches saxophone and clarinet at a special music school. He has received a number of prizes at competitions such as Prima la Musica and is active in several orchestras and big bands as a soloist. He has recorded numerous CDs, radio and TV recordings. He is a member of bands Die Ranzler and Die MusikKanten.

Viola Jank

was born in 1996 in Lower Austria. As an eight-year-old she started playing the piano, followed by saxophone two years later. Viola has won numerous prizes, e.g. at the competitions Prima la Musica, Allegro Vivo, Musica Juventutis. As a solo player or as an orchestra member she has played with Tonkünstler Orchester Niederösterreich, Schleswig-Holstein Festival Orchestra, Wiener Symphoniker and many chamber ensembles.

Lukas Seifried

was born in 1990 in Vienna. He had a very early contact with music and began to play the saxophone when he was ten. He plays with various ensembles and orchestras, Tonkünstler Orchester Niederösterreich, Akademische Bläserphilharmonie Wien, Wiener Orchesterverein among others. As an employee of the Arnold Schönberg Center in Vienna he carries out music research.