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Mosaïque – concerts with a twist

Mosaïque is an innovative concert series created by pianists Deirdre Brenner and Chanda VanderHart in 2013. Concerts take place at BRICK-5, a beautiful, lofted space that was originally a pea-shucking factory in Vienna’s 15th district.

Each Mosaïque concert combines classical art song with at least one additional artistic element such as dance, chamber music, folk music, jazz, declamation, visual art, or fashion. This cross-pollination of artistic forms and genres allows international performers to explore new ideas, repertoire and relationships while bridging stylistic divides.

The fusion of song with other art forms in an alternative setting appeals to an exceptionally broad audience. The relaxed atmosphere of the venue lends itself to a certain intimacy between artist and audience, where performers often share personal insights about their music and art. To further heighten their allure, each concert revolves around a unique theme, and many contain elements of surprise and humor.

Threesomes, Foursomes & Moresomes

Jerica Steklasa, Soprano – Verena Gunz, Mezzo-soprano – Martin Mairinger, Tenor – Bryan Benner, Baritone – Rusanda Panfili, Violin – Gabriel Hopfmüller, Cello – Chanda VanderHart, Piano – Raphael von Bargen, Actor – Trio Lepschi

Morgenland

Çigdem Soyarslan, Soprano – Samuel Colombet, Dancer – Chanda VanderHart, Piano – Mahan Mirarab, Guitar – Alper Yakin, Guitar – Iordanis Foutsitzoglou, Oud – Hadi Nabavi, Clarinet – Habib Samandi, Percussion – Cansu Kaykaç, Illustrator – Emil Raoul Kohlmayr, Storyteller

América del Sur

Cristina Pasaroiu, Soprano – Celia Sotomayor, Mezzo – Heike Schuch, Cello – Ronen Nissan, Guitar – Antoinette Van Zabner, Piano – Chanda VanderHart, Piano – Vienna Tango Quintet featuring Paula Barenbuem

Circus

Christina Parson, Soprano – Sara Jacobi, Soprano – Günter Haumer, Baritone – Sonja Schebeck, Violin & Fire – Deirdre Brenner, Piano – Chanda VanderHart, Piano

Bryan Benner, Ringmaster – Thomas Toppler, Clown – Fausto Tenorio, Hand Balancer – Martina Aichhorn, Aerialist – Friederike Ebinger, Aerialist – Mika Nagl, Aerialist – Marina Petkov, Dancer – Nele Neugebauer, Dancer – Michael Postmann, Dancer

Light, Love & Fashion

Julia Koci, Soprano – Eric Stokloßa, Tenor – Rusanda Panfili, Violin – Chanda VanderHart, Piano – Tiberius, Fashion

L’Invitation au Voyage

Jolene McCleland, Mezzo – Klemens Sander, Baritone – Ulrike Anton, Flute – Jan Ryska, Cello – Deirdre Brenner, Piano – Chanda VanderHart, Piano – Joey Davis, Exhibit [ Galerie artmoments ]

Love, Loss & Longing

Magdalena Anna Hofmann, Soprano – Huub Claessens, Baritone / Saxophone – Thomas Stempkowski, Bass – Deirdre Brenner, Piano – Chanda VanderHart, Piano

Volkslieder | Folk Music

Frederikke Kampmann, Soprano – Bryan Benner, Baritone – Louisse Chisson, Violin – Mara Kronick, Cello – Chanda VanderHart, Piano – The Erlkings, Band

Winter Wonderland

Jennifer Davison, Soprano – Juliette de Banes Gardonne, Mezzo – Benjamin Marquise Gilmore, Violin / Viola – Deirdre Brenner, Piano – Chanda VanderHart, Piano – Performing Center Austria Choir

Storytelling

Rebecca Nelson, Soprano – Markus Werba, Baritone – Deirdre Brenner, Piano – Chanda VanderHart, Piano – Sven Kaschte, Actor

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Tomorrow! Can't wait for some transcendental, apocalyptic Messiaen with this lovely violinist, Johanna Lacroix-Handschuh at "Nuns and Monk"! Hope to see you there: www.mosque.eu.com/upcoming ... See MoreSee Less

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The last time Flip Philipp was at Mosaique he brought a whole bunch of friends and this fabulous new arrangement: www.youtube.com/watch?v=B5fW3fA7lYw
Flip will be joining us on Tuesday with bassist Karol Hodas to put the Monk in our "Nuns and MONK"! have you secured your tickets yet? www. mosaique.eu.com/upcoming
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We are so excited to welcome back the fabulous Meredith Nicollai - Vocalist for our "Nuns and MONK" *https://www.facebook.com/events/1903793329850188/) program on March 14th! Last time Meredith sang with us she was (flash)-mobbed! Check it out here: fhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g1p_CaAL0TY ... See MoreSee Less

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Have you been yearning for the solution to all your problems? For the chaos of life to resolve itself into paradise? Well, look no further. And also, do not look here, or anywhere else. Just stop… and mark your calendars immediately for Mosaïque's event, "Nuns and Monk" on Tuesday, March 14th!

Vocalist Meredith Nicollai, Vibraphonist and Arranger Flip Phillipp, Violinist Johanna Lacroix-Handschuh, Bassist Karol Hodas and Pianist Chanda VanderHart will feed your souls with a uniquely fulfilling evening, featuring music about the search for finality and the need for progression, juxtaposing classical compositions of Messiaen, Barber, Zemlinsky and more with the jazz idiom of Thelonious Monk.

The concert begins at 7:30PM at our favorite safe haven, Brick-5. Feel free to come early and tank up on communion wine and get ready to be entertained and engaged. Who knows, maybe you’ll even find a bit of redemption.

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Mosaïque: Nuns and MONK!

March 14, 2017, 7:30pm - March 14, 2017, 10:00pm

Have you been yearning for the solution to all your problems? For the chaos of life to resolve itself into paradise? Well, look no further. And also, do not look here, or anywhere else. Just stop… ...

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Chanda VanderHart – pianist, chamber musician, art song accompanist, vocal coach.

In 2015, Chanda celebrates 15 years living in Vienna, Austria, the music capital of Europe where she has been acquiring a solid musical education, worked with world-class musicians and singers and developed exciting music related projects.

 

There's nothing remarkable about it. All one has to do is hit the right keys at the right time and the instrument plays itself.

Johann Sebastian Bach

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