Jazzrausch Bigband
Brahms and Bruckner Breakdown

The Jazzrausch Bigband turns Johannes Brahms and Anton Bruckner into young, hip contemporaries at the Karlstorbahnhof. Expanded by horn, bassoon and strings, the techno big band from Munich, which was founded exactly ten years ago, enriches the orchestral sound clouds and the characteristic rhythm of the oddball Austrian with dubstep drops, hiphop elements and jazz improvisations in "Bruckner's Breakdown". "Brahms's Breakdown" draws its energy primarily from vocal pieces by the German late Romantic. Despite the song title "Wie Melodien zieht es mir leise durch den Sinn", this is the excessive, technoid part of the evening, which drives into the legs and brings ecstasy. Jazzrausch that is.

The concert hall is unseated.

Jazzrausch Bigband

Roman Sladek
Trombone, conductor, moderator

Mana Ohashi

Alona Khlevna

Jakob Roters

Luis Burger
Soprano and alto saxophone, clarinet

Moritz Stahl
Tenor saxophone

Tom Förster
Tenor saxophone & flute

Daniel Klingl
Baritone saxophone & bass clarinet

Martynas Sedbaras

Julius Braun, Michael Salvermoser

Christian Loferer

Moritz Renner

Thorben Schütt
Bass trombone

Marco Dufner

Samuel Wootton
Percussion, percussion

Robin Jermer
Bass, Synthesizer

Sam Hylton

Heinrich Wulff

Sarah Mettenleiter

Josy Friebel

Philip Foidl

Bruckner's Breakdown
Bruckner 4 (Comp. Anton Bruckner / Arr. Leonhard Kuhn)
Dubokalypse (comp./Arr. Leonhard Kuhn)
Icarus (comp./Arr. Leonhard Kuhn)
Bruckner's Breakdown (comp./Arr. Leonhard Kuhn)
Out Of The Woods (Comp./Arr. Leonhard Kuhn)
Bruckner 8 (Comp. Anton Bruckner / Arr. Leonhard Kuhn)
Ghost Riders In The Desert (Comp./Arr. Leonhard Kuhn)
Perger Prelude (Comp. Anton Bruckner / Arr. Leonhard Kuhn)

Brahms's Breakdown
Wie Melodien zieht es (Comp. Johannes Brahms / Arr. Leonhard Kuhn)
Variation No. 8 (Comp. Johannes Brahms / Arr. Leonhard Kuhn)
String Sextet No. 2 (Comp. Johannes Brahms / Arr. Leonhard Kuhn)
With me are your thoughts (Comp. Johannes Brahms / Arr. Leonhard Kuhn)
Hungarian Dance No. 5 (Comp. Béla Kéler / Johannes Brahms / Arr. Leonhard Kuhn)
Pula (comp./Arr. Leonhard Kuhn)
Montagnola (comp./Arr. Leonhard Kuhn)