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Audience at the test run in the Isarphilharmonie
Copyright: Benedikt Feiten/Gasteig

Traditional Alpine folk music, flamenco, gipsy jazz, blues, rock and world music with extraordinary compositions that captivate people of all ages and from all walks of life, in the Alps and beyond.

Traditional Alpine folk music, flamenco, gipsy jazz, blues, rock and world music with extraordinary compositions that captivate people of all ages and from all walks of life, in the Alps and beyond.

Alternative date for the concerts originally scheduled for 30 November 2020 and 2 December 2021. Tickets will be replaced with tickets for the Isarphilharmonie in good time before the concert.

  • Herbert Pixner, diatonic accordion, clarinet, trumpet & saxophone
  • Heidi Pixner, Tyrolean folk harp
  • Karin Unterlercher, harp
  • Manuel Randi, guitars & clarinet
  • Werner Unterlercher, double bass

Skilful playing, dynamic density with ever-changing expressiveness, masterful yet soulful musicality – how could audiences fail to be captivated by these boundless skills, which make any snobbery about genres seem outdated. The Herbert Pixner Projekt has again promised an innovative concert programme for the 2022 tour, including a new album, new stage design and the odd musical surprise.