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en dehors
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CL3 1CD 15021

en dehors

Friedrich Cerha, Saxophonquartett I 01:35 Share
Friedrich Cerha, Saxophonquartett II 06:22 Share
Friedrich Cerha, Saxophonquartett III 01:27 Share
Friedrich Cerha, Saxophonquartett IV 04:20 Share
Friedrich Cerha, Saxophonquartett V 04:36 Share
Olga Neuwirth, Ondate 11:43 Share
Ursula Reicher, Never 10:33 Share
Gerald Preinfalk, La Gammonaira 10:19 Share
Georg Friedrich Haas, Saxophonquartett 11:00 Share
Total Time 01:01:55
About the Album
Stephanie Schoiswohl, Florian Bauer, Daniel Dundus and Severin Neubauer are the Spectrum Saxophonquartett. All four of them studied classical and contemporary saxophone with Gerald Preinfalk at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Graz. Even though only founded in 2020, the quartet already looks back upon a number of successful concerts both in Austria and abroad.

The Spectrum Saxophonquartett was accepted for “The New Austrian Sound of Music (NASOM) 2023/24”, a sponsorship scheme initiated by the Austrian Foreign Ministry in cooperation with mica, in the category “Contemporary Music”. We are now happy to present En dehors, the debut album of this dynamic quartet. En dehors means “outside” and is not just an album title, but also a concept: By assembling compositions by Friedrich Cerha, Olga Neuwirth, Ursula Reicher, Gerald Preinfalk and Georg Friedrich Haas, the young instrumentalists aim to put the focus on Austrian composers and their works and present them to the world outside.
Spectrum Saxophonquartett
Stephanie Schoiswohl, born in 1990, grew up in Windischgarsten, Upper Austria, and studied Saxophone with Prof. Gerald Preinfalk at the KUG – University of Music and Performing Arts Graz and Prof. Philippe Geiss at the Music Academy Strasbourg in France. She also acquired a Master’s degree in Contemporary Music with Klangforum Wien. Schoiswohl has been a professor of Classical Saxophone at the Gustav Mahler Private University for Music in Klagenfurt since 2018. She is also a member of various ensembles of all genres, and composes for them as well. Guest appearances with contemporary ensembles like Klangforum Wien, philharmonic orchestras and jazz orchestras have taken her to numerous national and international concerts and festivals. Stephanie Schoiswohl is a scholar of “PE funding for music students e. V.” and was awarded the honorary prize of the BMWFW in 2015.

Florian Bauer was born in Graz in 1988 and at the age of eight began to study clarinet with Mag. Thomas Schiretz. His enrollment in the Master’s program for Classical Saxophone with Prof. Gerald Preinfalk at the KUG – University of Music and Performing Arts Graz marks the start of his professional training as a saxophonist. In 2015, he graduated from the Master's program with honors. Florian Bauer is currently studying Jazz and Popular Music at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna with Prof. Klaus Dickbauer. His comprehensive training in Classical Saxophone and Jazz has earned him performances with orchestras like Klangforum Wien, the Philharmonic Orchestra Graz, the Orchestra Recreation Graz and numerous ensembles and saxophone
quartets. He has also performed with various big bands and jazz ensembles like Orjazztra Vienna, the Zagreb Jazz Orchestra and the Graz Composers Orchestra.

Daniel Dundus was born in Wolfach (Germany) in 1994. At the age of six he began studying the saxophone. The same year he moved to Graz, where he was accepted to the conservatory to study with Mag. Christian Pold. From 2009 to 2015 he successfully completed the “Vorbereitungslehrgang Saxophon Klassik” in the class of Prof. Gerald Preinfalk. Since 2015, Daniel Dundus has been studying
Instrumental and Vocal Pedagogy Classical Saxophone. He has won prizes at national and international competitions, and has performed as a guest with ensembles like Klangforum Wien or as a soloist with various brass orchestras and symphony orchestras.

Severin Neubauer was born in Vienna, into a family of musicians, in 1998. He studied Classical Saxophone with Prof. Gerald Preinfalk at the KUG – University of Music and Performing Arts Graz and is currently studying Jazz and Improvised Music with Fabian Rucker at the Anton Bruckner Privatuniversität. He has attended several master classes, e. g. with Nikita Zimin, Arno Bornkamp, George Garzone etc. Severin Neubauer is a member of various chamber music ensembles – Spectrum Saxophonquartett, Trio SMS, Rondo Solisti, Duo Neubauer – and regularly performs with Ensemble Wiener Collage, Ensemble Platypus and Klangforum Wien. He has won prizes at national and international competitions.


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