New Release of SWR Big Band with Magnus Lindgren

Finally a Single is released of the SWR Big Band together with the artist in residence – Magnus Lindgren. The song is called “Penny Blue”, composed and arranged by Magnus and features the bassist Decebal Badila on the flute next … Read More

“My Choice” by Guy Klucevzek

Guy Klucevsek has chosen his favourite tracks of many different productions I recorded for Winter & Winter. The outstanding composer, accordion virtuoso and improviser has contributed significantly to the renaissance of the accordion over the past 25 years.

Merry Christmas!

I had the pleasure to produce a famous christmas song with members of the different musical sections of SWR, the SWR Vocal Ensemble, SWR Symphony Orchestra, SWR Big Band and SWR Experimental Studio. https://www.swr.de/swrclassic/swr-classic-stille-nacht-100.html

Christian Mason – ensemble recherche

Christian Mason’s composition »Zwischen den Sternen«, inspired by Rainer Maria Rilke’s poem with the same name, is the result of intensive exchange and close collaboration with the musicians of ENSEMBLE RECHERCHE. Mason leaves the Well-Tempered Tonality, works with scordatura to … Read More

Quadro Nuevo – Mare

The new album of Quadro Nuevo is out now! The Mediterranean lightness of being – Music from the sea – A sea full of dreams Recorded by Adrian von Ripka at Bauer Studios Ludwigsburg & by Stefan Gienger and Alex … Read More

New Release with Uri Caine

The new album of Uri Caine, “The Passion of Octavius Catto” is released. Here is the official information by Winter&Winter: “Hymn to Freedom – In a deeply impressive and magnificent synthesis of gospel, jazz and contemporary music, Uri Caine tells … Read More

Stuttgarter Kammerorchester – 75 years

Happy birthday! A wonderful concert at Wagenhallen Stuttgart. Stuttgarter Kammerorchester Thomas Zehemair – Violin and direction Yu Zhuang – Violin Nikolaus von Bülow – Violoncello

A Journey to Japan Through Space and Time

The Japanese pianist Masako Ohta presents a fascinating insight into the Japanese world of music. Centuries-old folk and court music meet with compositions of our time. With the sounds of great Japanese composers like Kengyo Yatsuhashi from the 17th century, … Read More

Good Times

Let us be patient at the moment, we will gradually return to a situation that has been a matter of course for us for a long time. In addition to the many other activities, I can now recommend a review … Read More

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