1000 Strings & Sounds.

Stephan Ander showcases the zither as a modern and versatile concert instrument in a variety of genres from braoque to electronic music.

 Demo-Mix: The Goo Goo Dolls / Metallica / A. Scarlatti

 

The unspeakable Band.

unsagbar combines zither with bass, percussion and vocals, words and music to an astonishing art project.

International sound with an Austrian touch. Music inspired by Pop & Soul, Rock & Jazz. Lyrics stirring thoughts and feelings in a gentle manner. Soirée & Underground, Contemplation & Joy. All this is unsagbar.

For informationen, event dates and videos visit www.unsagbar.band.

The (un)classical duo.

Whether classical arias or pop with a soul: Soprano and Zither harmonise perfectly!

Soprano Karin Kraftl and Stephan Ander feature a wide repertoire ranging from classical songs and baroque arias through Jazz and Soul up to Musical and Pop. The duo has the perfect for either Concert, Wedding, Vernissage or Corporate Event in stake. Contact me to learn more!

The classical quartet

In the traditional formation of a string quartet 4 professional zither artists present pieces of classical music as well as a wide range of original Viennese music.

The Vienna Zither Quartet, founded by Prof. Hannelore Laister, showcases the full spectrum of sound and musical variety on the zither multiplied by 4. Baroque and Classical Music form the main pillars of the quartet's repertorie, with a special highlight on traditional Viennese music. The members of the quartet constantly transcribe and interpret new pieces of literature for their unique instrument. Visit www.zitherquartett.at.

Soprano meets Zither

Brigitte Lentner and Stephan Ander delight audiences across Europe and Asia with Highlights from Opera & Operetta, reviving the flair and feeling of the time of Vienna's celebrated Composers and Maestros.

Brigitte Lentner and Stephan Ander feature a wide repertoire in the field of famous Opera & Operetta Arias and Classical tunes. The duo has repeatedly toured Japan, performing at renowned stages and even at the Japanese Imperial Court.