In the "Perron" we combine culinary and musical experiences: Baroque by "Sonorità", saxophone sounds by "Kebyart", virtuoso piano by Kaito Kobayashi and brilliant jazz; dinner afterwards.
The trendy restaurant "Perron" in the old St. Johann train station is an "insider tip". It delights connoisseurs with its classic French cuisine. "Our aim is to make every guest's stay an unagitated feel-good experience. We achieve this goal with high quality products from local suppliers and our own standards," owner Melanie Moser tells us. Interfinity pursues the same quality standards when it comes to music - a "match made in heaven"! We look forward to top-class music from baroque to jazz in the charming ambience of the "Perron". After the concerts, the audience will be treated to culinary delights.
The ensemble "Sonorità" will whisk you away to the baroque worlds of Walsh, Purcell and Williams with their program "A Bird Fancyer's Delight". Lea Sobbe, Hojin Kwon, Melanie Flores, Ekachai Maskulrat and Pablo Fitzgerald are proven experts in early music.
The saxophone quartet "Kebyart" is rightly one of the best-known young ensembles - their sound is sophisticated and unique. How do Rameau and Bach sound on saxophone? Their program combines their own arrangements with commissioned works by well-known composers such as Jörg Widmann, who regularly writes for the ensemble.
Kaito Kobayashi has won countless international competitions ("Leeds") and plays concerts throughout Japan and Europe. He performs the Piano Quartet in G minor by Johannes Brahms. He congenially accompanies the Latvian clarinettist Anna Gagane in Joseph Horovitz's "Sonatina" and in Paul Hindemith's Sonata for Clarinet and Piano.
The internationally renowned jazz musicians Jorge Rossy (drums), Mathieu Michel (flugelhorn) and Colin Vallon (piano) bring the series to a brilliant close.
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