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Deep Tone Diving

Wednesday, 03.11.2015 by Verena Zeiner

(c) Paul Zeiner

...is the title of a workshop for musicians and dancers that I'm giving next week at the International Eurhythmics Festival in Remscheid (Germany). In collaboration with dancer and choreographer Elisabeth Orlowsky.

See details: Deep Tone Diving, International Eurhythmics Festival

Freifeld Audio Archive

Saturday, 01.10.2015 by Verena Zeiner

Listen to the Human Circus Release show in the audio archive of Freifeld Tontraeger!

Sound: Alexander Yannilos
Photos: Paul Zeiner

 

Interview on Austrian public radio

Sunday, 01.04.2015 by Verena Zeiner

Ines Reiger invited me to present Human Circus at Ö1 Jazznacht (jazz night).
Last night around 2 am, while it was pouring down rain and snow outside, we were sitting in a cozy studio talking about music and other things.
The interview will be online for another seven days. It's in German, but there's also a lot of music.
(it starts at 1:58:00, ends at 2:55:00)

Ö1 Jazznacht

I wish you all a happy and fulfilling new year!

The Release Show

Monday, 12.15.2014 by Verena Zeiner

... seen by Paul Zeiner.

With Andrea Nagl, Mira Lu Kovacs, Phil Yaeger & Mathias Koch.

Princess Himbeere - book and cd

Monday, 12.08.2014 by Verena Zeiner

Now available Prinzessin Himbeere - book and cd!

Illustrations - Jutta Goldgruber
Text - Hubertus Zorrell, Jutta Goldgruber, Verena Zeiner
Music - Verena Zeiner, Julia Lacherstorfer, Mathias Koch, Marlene Lacherstorfer
Sound - Alexander Yannilos
Recorded in September 2014 at Klangraum Krems Minoritenkirche
Layout - Karin Wedl

Please get in touch to purchase the book and/or cd!

Thank you!

Monday, 12.01.2014 by Verena Zeiner

Thank you for coming out to our release show! What a wonderful evening!

Thanks Verein Freifeld - Alex Yannilos, Georg Vogel, Alex Kranabetter, Martin Burk, Philipp Harnisch, Julia Reschenhofer - for organising this concert!

Mira Lu Kovacs, Phil Yaeger, Mathias Koch and Andrea Nagl - thank you so much for your musicality and energy!

This is how it looks like...

(photos by Paul Zeiner)