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Neuhofen – Gulp’s soft jazz sounds

Neuhofen – Gulp’s soft jazz sounds

Lively bar music with subtle jazz sounds and a warm, gentle, but at the same time expressive singing voice rang out on Sunday Neuhofen from Gwölb zu Feldpichl.

The building at Feldpichl 5, the interior of which serves as a display vault, was commissioned in 2005 by the company Gewölbebau Wagner. In 2007, the KuK Association – Art and Culture of Feldpihl Gulp was founded. “The whole association agreed to use this site for meetings and events. Since then, we have been doing musical events regularly, and certainly we have held about 150 events. It is important for us to promote culture in Neuhoven and also to offer the stage for young musicians, ”explains cellar builder and club co-founder Anton Wagner , who is currently renovating the ruins of Berwarth Castle for future events. Guests had a pleasant morning for the palate and ears. They enjoyed the rich brunch buffet at Gasthaus Graf from Winklarn and listened to the rhythmic jazz “Say Yes and Keep Swinging”.

Musicians Evelyn Skaryk and Carl Schwab present their diverse repertoire of music styles, which can be tailored to jazz, dance, rock and roll, vox, and samba, enjoying songs like “Fly me to the moon”, “A Night Like This”, or “Birdland’s Lullaby”. “.

The association is very happy that events can be held again. Jazz is especially popular. We have organized this jazz brunch several times, and it has always been a sold-out house with 75 guests, ”says Wagner. “We also hope that on May 26 many visitors will welcome the concert of “NÖN sucht das Supertalent” candidate Paulina Steinlisberger. She will perform her own songs and will also perform with the band ‘Prime Time,'” the association’s president, Dieter Winstable, announced further events.

Artists Leo Schöder and Andreas Beham from Ulmerfeld-Hausmening also have their exhibition “S’Land hat 4 Vierteln” (S’Land has 4 Quarters) in Gulp on the theme of Lower Austria 2022. Her works in the form of landscapes and architectural motifs lead straight through the federal state. Leo Schoder presents works in a variety of printmaking techniques, with Andreas Peham primarily providing watercolors and drawings.

Other events: Mäuschen Max loves colors very much – audio story for a stormy Easter Date: April 2, Palm Sunday, 3 p.m.

Rockabilly & Old time Rock’n’Roll with the Monkwood Boys, Date: April 22nd, Saturday, 7:30pm

“PRIME TIME” concert with Paulina Steinlesberger, date: May 26, Friday, 7:30 p.m.

More events and registration at [email protected] or 0664/8963869.

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