Hurdy-gurdy and jazz – is that even remotely possible? Why yes, of course it is! Matthias Loibner, a musician and composer born in 1969 in Graz, creates stunning symphonic landscapes which reverberate on his instrument and in your soul for their potent intensity. An instrument which, mind you, would be normally used to play music lost to the eddies of time. He plays folk music from all around the world, medieval sounds or hurdy-gurdy pieces from the Baroque and the early classics with exceptional virtuosity, distorted by electronic sound effects and loops. A unique concerto of sounds which have made him one of the most quirky and exceptional musicians, as can be heard listening to his CDs: ‘Choc de Le Monde de la Musique’ and ‘Jimi Hendrix der Drehleier’, which was awarded the Ö1 Pasticcio-Preis prize.
Matthias Loibner - hurdy gurdy, elec
Sat, 2. Jul, 10:00 AM - Erhardgasse / Via S. Erardo - Brixen/Bressanone
The Location is in the city center and can be easily reached on foot
Closest free parking:Parkgarage Brixen/Bressanone, Parkplätze Romstraße/Parcheggi via Roma, Acquarena, Stufles/Stufels