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Ten years in the center – Syrnau’s colorful autumn program in Zwettl

Ten years in the center – Syrnau’s colorful autumn program in Zwettl

It has already been ten years since the Cernau Cultural Association moved to the city center. This will be celebrated with an anniversary program in the fall. Reason enough for Chairman Erwin Schierhuber to think about what the new event location at sparkasse.event.raum means for the club. “After starting in the atmospheric cellar on Syrnauerstraße and a year in the old town hall, sparkasse.event.raum became the cultural association’s new ‘home base’ ten years ago. We called the inaugural festival ‘Syrnau Finds the City’ because it puts us right in the middle of the city,” he says. “.

Further improvements were made by the special attention given to sound when building the room. “With our professional sound and light equipment, this results in one of the most attractive large-scale concert venues, which has been confirmed to us time and time again by artists and guests at over 170 concerts.” Venue in September 2013 with a variety program: Vernissage Martin Leitner, Hodina Austria, XL jam session, children’s theatre, street music, double concert, panel discussion.

The following annual fall program offers first class concerts for excellent sound and light. With two strong female vocals and Waldviertel roots “Bad Ida” and “Slicks,” the musical Autumn kicks off on Saturday, September 9th. The first is the alter ego of singer Ines Dellaji. They describe their music as “garage soul” and contains elements of rock and soul with a soulful melancholy and a captivating sound. The singer is accompanied by a powerful four-piece band (Alexander Lauche, Mark Bruckner, Gernot Hochstoger, Lisa Simhofer). In Cernau they present their first album “Hope Less” and some unreleased songs live. The four young musicians from the band “Slicks”About the Singer Victoria Nagelmeyer (Jakob Hammer, Joachim Caenz, Paul Caenz, Christoph Caenz) is a dynamic funk band that masterfully bridges the gap to jazz and pop.

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This time, the “Day of the Open Bars in Lower Austria” will be celebrated with a special project on Saturday, September 30th, namely with the “Harry Pebble solo solo band”. Harry Pebel, the world-class Austrian composer and jazz guitarist who died in 2005 is almost back on stage again. The quartet with musicians Clemens Salesny, Martin Baer, ​​Andy Schreiber and Valentin Duet interact with Pepl using previously unreleased recordings from his last creative period, which were recorded by the sound engineer. Free of charge!

The rest of the fall season is also peppered with high-profile national and international acts such as Belgian indie pop group “Noa Lee” and gypsy jazz and tango with “Diknu Schneeberger & Christian Bakanic Quartet,” the Slovenian-Croatian band. -hop-soul-jazz duo “freekind.” or the “eXtracello” cellists with the exceptional drummer Maria Petrova.

“Every year we end the year with a Christmas session on December 22nd,” says Schierhuber. Presenter Lothar Kaspar from Café Bistro Leutold will be there with snacks and drinks. “The stage becomes an auditorium, the audience becomes the performer.” Everyone can join in with their instrument or voice. Schierhuber: “Look forward to a cozy pre-Christmas atmosphere with a surprise or two!”