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Nominees for Best Newcomers in Graz

Nominees for Best Newcomers in Graz

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They provide a breath of fresh air in a wide range of fields: whether with energetic pop music for the 21st century, with innovative theatrical ideas, a cross-generational gastronomy concept, pioneering technology for top footballers or an adventure playground for adults: Arrivals Newcomers to the world of public interest in Graz and the surrounding area.

Janine Holliday and Jacob Seitz, Ninjabox




Janine Orlaub and Jacob Seitz founded the Ninja Fund

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After completing their studies, Jeanine Urlaub and Jakob Seitz started their project “Ninjabox” in Honigtal: the first ninja gym in Austria that is both a training site and an adventure playground.

Azalea and Resnig

Azalea and Resnig




Azalea and Resnig

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Azlea Wriessnig is a theatremaker of the new Styrian generation, who – like many others – found fertile ground for her artistic development at Theaterfabrik Weiz, of which she remains an active member today. Since 2019, she has taken on more responsibility behind the stage as a director, most recently directing 196°C, which was shown at Theater am Linde and Tau! It was to be seen. In Tao! She also works as a theater teacher (“Hollywood 2.0” course).

Ida Streiff, Hillside





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In her new gourmet kiosk “on the hillside” near the city park, Edda Streif not only serves dishes from “Backomas”, but the older employees also have to take part in the social life.

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Philipp Kluckel, StrykerLabs





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Through his startup Strykerlabs, Philipp Kloekel ensures that the risk of injury to footballers is minimized using data. The Bundesliga now also depends on this.

Luca Sulzer also known as Soluca

Soluka




Soluka

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“This is all about love,” Lukas Sulzer, better known as Soluca, introduces his new album “313” in the introduction. And this is what it sounds like: warm pop with lyrical depth. In August he was awarded Soundpark Act of the Month on FM4. He is of course aware of the risks of making soul music as a white person from Styria: “If I dare to approach this music as a white person from Central Europe, I want to do so as best as possible in order to pay tribute to it.” He said in an interview. The 30-year-old has already become known as the lead singer of the band Saint Chameleon, incidentally the only untrained musician to do so. After a break with forrest.mov, he has now started his solo project. And also to prove to himself that he can do it. Sulzer originally studied ceramics and information design.