#29 - Maria Faust Sacrum Facere

Born in 1979, Estonian Maria Faust studied in Tallin, Esbjerg (Denmark) and Copenhagen, where she lives today. For her album "Sacrum Facere" she received two prizes at the Danish Music Awards 2014 as the best jazz composer and for the best cross-over album. "'Sacrum Facere' means 'sacrifice of human souls'. My album is about destinies of women and on how women have been sacrificed in history – and this is still the case today. All my songs are about women and each one tells a different story", she writes about her project, which was inspired by Estonian folk and sacred music. "Sacrum Facere" consists of seven pieces and has been earned great success at numerous European jazz festivals.

Location info:
From Lieg restaurant 10 min by foot

SHUTTLE
Bozen/Bolzano (Bus stop Südtiroler Straße/Via Alto Adige)
---> 18.30
<--- 22.45
Brixen/Bressanone (Tourismusverein/Ass. Turistica,Regensburger Allee/Viale Ratisbona 9)
---> 19.45
<--- 22.45

PUBLIC TRANSPORT
BZ/BX :Complicated/Kompliziert/Complicato
Possible only for arrival/Nur Hinfahrt möglich/Possibile solo per l’andata

info:    
Südtirol2Go - AltoAdige2Go (app)
www.sii.bz.it (website)

PARKING
Yes
Restaurant Gasthaus Lieg   
Tagusens/Tagusa 14/1,  39040 Kastelruth/Castelrotto

JAZZPASS
- Free shuttle service (BZ, BX)

The SJF Shuttle service has to be booked until 6 pm on the day before the concert. Limited seats!
 

 

Artists

Maria Faust (EE) - asax
Edward Deane Ferm (USA) - tsax
Francesco Bigoni (IT) - cl
Olof Jonatan Ahlbom (SE) - tuba
Anders Banke (DK) – bcl
Emanuele Maniscalco (IT) - p
Nils Tobias Wiklund (SE) - tr
Kristi Mühling (EE) - kannel

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WHEN & WHERE

Wed, 4. Jul, 9:00 PM - -

How to get there (GoogleMaps)

HOW MUCH

Free entry

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