The Hyvä Trio | Villa For Forest

Datum: Do, 07.04.2022 um 20:00
Veranstalter: Verein Innenhofkultur
Ort: Villa For Forest, Viktringer Ring 21, Klagenfurt

Matic Štemberger - piano
Peter Smrdel - bass
Žiga Smrdel - drums
Eintritt: € 15 | € 8 SchülerInnen, StudentInnen, unter 18
Supported by FOR FOREST - the voice for trees

The Hyvä trio is a newly formed ensemble of three young and promising Slovenian musicians, originally from Ilirska Bistrica. These are drummer Žiga Smrdel, double bassist Peter Smrdel and pianist Matic Štemberger.

The ensemble works with an emphasis on creating original music, mostly under the influence of improvised and classical music, jazz and alternative genres. They also incorporate spicy jazz standards and originals into their repertoire with own arrangements creating a unique sound intertwined with mysticism, melancholy and playfulness. The debut album is expected in the coming year, which will set an important milestone in the work of the young band.

Brothers Peter and Žiga Smrdel have been extremely active in the field of music for several years – both with their band WCKD Nation and in collaboration with big music names such as Denis Beganovič, Tomi Purič, Robert Jukič, Tonč Feinig, Jure Pukl and bands Okustični , Vazz, Rock Zalokar Trio, Nazzareno Zacconi Trio, etc.

They are the recipients of gold plaques at the national competition Temsig and the important professional award Golden Flute, which is awarded by the cultural and artistic association Golden Flute for achievements in Slovenian popular music.

Matic Štemberger is a young and aspiring pianist who is active on the Slovenian music scene. Already at the age of nineteen, he won numerous awards for his raw talent, such as two gold plaques at the Temsig national competition and the Škerjanč Award for Outstanding Study Achievements and Merits in the Artistic Promotion of the Ljubljana Conservatory of Music and Ballet. He is currently studying jazz piano at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Graz.

Termine

am Do, 30.03.2023 um 20:00

Wegschauen gilt nicht! – Klaus Karlbauers multimedialer Demokratie-Chor! – Villa For Forest

Villa For Forest, Viktringer Ring 21, Klagenfurt

Erste öffentliche Präsentation des Siegerprojektes des 2. Calls der Kärntner Kulturstiftung am Donnerstag, den 30. März 2023 um 20 Uhr in der Villa For Forest.


Kunst & Demokratie – Was haben sie gemeinsam? Sie sind bedroht! Wen kümmert’s? Der Komponist/ Multimediakünstler Klaus Karlbauer sieht und hört sich um, begegnet jungen Menschen, um gemeinsam einen Kunst & Demokratie-Status zu erarbeiten. Multimedial in Bild, Sound, Text, Performance. Die Vielfalt, die Vielstimmigkeit, das Widersprüchliche, ja auch das Dissonante werden sichtbar, hörbar und erlebbar gemacht. Ein Chor der Diversität ohne die Harmonie-Seligkeit der ehrwürdigen Kärntner Chortradition.
Nach seiner jüngsten Arbeit „Die Anderen“ in der Burgkapelle des MMKK arbeitet Klaus Karlbauer wiederum mit Gegenwart, holt die Kunst vom elitären Podest und geht zu den Menschen hin:
„Dieses Projekt ist als offener Prozess gedacht, wir lassen uns selbst von den Ergebnissen überraschen“ (Klaus Karlbauer)