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Saturday, 02. September 2017
Orchestra Giovanile Italiana

Concert
Sep 02 2017, 18:00
fs
Sunday, 03. September 2017
Wednesday, 06. September 2017
Men in war
Movie night


Sep 06 2017, 20:00
xx
Friday, 08. September 2017
Cl.-Monteverdi-Youth Orch.

Concert
Sep 08 2017, 20:30
fs
Saturday, 09. September 2017
Windkraft & I Virtuosi Italiani

Concert
Sep 09 2017, 18:00
fs
Tuesday, 12. September 2017
Moments
Slide Show


Sep 12 2017, 21:00
xx
Tuesday, 19. September 2017
xx
Sunday, 24. September 2017
Carinthia Choir


Sep 24 2017, 18:00
xx
Friday, 29. September 2017
Toblacher Gespräche TAG1

Exkursion & Vortrag
Sep 29 2017, 14:00
tg
Saturday, 30. September 2017
Toblacher Gespräche TAG2

Vorträge & Knödelessen
Sep 30 2017, 09:00
tg

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ORGANIZER
Grand Hotel Toblach

DATE
March 26 2017

BEGIN
18:00

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ALMA

Contemporary folk music

© Daliah Spiegel

 

Alma are five young musicians whose lives have always been entangled with folk music.
They all grew up in musical families, and from their earliest age their commitment to traditional
music was as important to them as going to school or riding a bike.
Their enthusiasm naturally led them to seek academic training to perfect their musical
education, and to embark on numerous ensemble projects exploring a variety of dierent
musical styles (also entailing the successful abandonment or completion of their ventures).

With their roots deeply embedded in traditional folk music, and drawing on their training in
various musical instruments, their experience in different musical genres, and a keen interest
in cultures and customs, Alma have been making music together since 2011. Their
notes, sounds and rhythms are meant to reach the listeners in the place where their own
roots lie hidden. These young musicians cherish the traditional as much as its modern
interpretation or collective improvisation; after all, folk music always adapts to the present
and to its contemporaries. This approach is the basis of the band’s carefully selected, wideranging
repertoire, which includes old yodels, songs and traditional melodies as well as
own compositions and new arrangements of familiar tunes.

Julia Lacherstorfer - violin, voice
Evelyn Mair - violin, voice
Matteo Haitzmann - violin, voice
Marie-Theres Stickler – diatonic harmonica, voice
Marlene Lacherstorfer - double bass


Ticketing

Tickets, regular price 18 Euro
  Tickets, reduced:
children <15, students 15 Euro
people 65+ 15 Euro
50% GHT CultureCard 9 Euro


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