Spettacolo non troppo barocco
Lange Nacht der Museen / Theatermuseum Wien
1. Oktober 2016, 21:30 – 0:30 (im Stundentakt)


Basierend auf einer Sonate der in der aktuellen Ausstellung gezeigten Oper „Il Pomo D’Oro“ (1667) von Pietro Marc’Antonio Cesti (1623 – 1669) wird das Trio für die Museumsbesucher ausgeprägt kadenzieren. „Improvisationsmusik unlimited“ im Sinne der alten Meister.

Jean Christoph Mastnak – Horn, Flöte
Angela Stummer-Stempkowski – Harfe
Thomas Stempkowski – Kontrabass

Lobkowitzplatz 2, 1010 Wien

Milton / Franz Hautzingers GOMBERG SWINGER CLUB
Verein 08, Wien
13. Oktober 2016, 21 Uhr


Mit: Isabelle Duthoit, Franz Hautzinger, Christof Kurzmann, Didi Kern, Thomas Stempkowski

Weitere Termine

24. November 2016
22. Dezember 2016
26. Jänner 2017
16. Februar 2017
9. März 2017

Verein 08
Piaristengasse 60, 1080 Wien


the 5th European Biennial Double Bass Congress
Sept. 20-25, 2016

HAMU Academy
Music and Dance Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague
Malostranské nám. 13 ,118 01 Praha 1

Mi. 21. Sept. 2016, 11:00 / Room LP 2017 – Workshop
Do. 22. Sept. 2016, 11:00 / Room LP 1034 – Recital


Music is consciously generated sound parted in events that are rhythmically placed at a linear timeline. The bass is the connective instrument which runns two horses, rhythm and tone. I will talk about tone and the possibility to generate it only with bodyweight…


Music is consciously generated sound parted in events that are rhythmically placed at a linear timeline, completed by dynamic, articulation… If you do a free music performance, there are further main parameters: the place, the audience and the moment… Let´s get into it…


Mi. 7. September 2016, 20 Uhr
Pozsár/Stempkowski/Reisinger – Piano Trio

Máté Pozsár – Piano
Thomas Stempkowski – Upright Bass
Wolfgang Reisinger – Drums

Brick 5
Fünfhausgasse 5
1150 Wien

2 Sets, Beginn: 20 Uhr (pünktlich!)
Eintritt: 5 EUR

Mate Pozsar is a jazz pianist in the Hungarian free improvised scene. After making solo a recording he mostly works with Hungarian free jazz musicians like Istvan Grencso, Peter Ajtai, Szilveszter Miklos, Robert Benko, Szilard Mezei, Akos Szelevenyi. His main project AMP trio is apostrofed as the most intensive and talented young improvising ensemble in Budapest. Pozsar is also possessed in jazz education as a teacher at Bela Bartok Conservatory.