Writers: Helena Janeczek (Rome), Julia von Lucadou (Biel/Bienne, New York, Cologne), Enis Maci (Leipzig)
 Moderator: Katja Gasser (Vienna)

Concert: Darkstone Brass – Martin Ptak (trombone), Martin Eberle (trumpet), Martin Ohrwalder (trumpet), Philip Yaeger (trombone), Erik Hainzl (tuba), Lukas König (drums)

Wine tasting with wines from the Weingut Stadt Krems

An evening of literature, music and wine. Katja Gasser, head of literary productions for the cultural department of ORF television, introduces international writers and their books: a hymn to freedom in the narrative by Helena Janeczek about one of the first female war photojournalists; the story of a perfectly functioning person who tries to break out of the brilliant new world (Julia von Lucadou); a text by Enis Maci on the question of what resistance might look like today. In search of an answer, she draws a line from Jeanne D'Arc to Sophie Scholl to the Albanian swearing-in maidens.

The five musicians from Darkstone Brass perform high-energy, groove-oriented music where improvisation and precision go hand in hand.

The Weingut Stadt Krems presents fine-quality terroir wines. Special attention is devoted to preserving the distinctive grape varieties at the wine estate and winegrowing without herbicides and insecticides.

The ensemble Darkstone Brass was formed by the trombonist Martin Ptak. 

In cooperation with Klangraum Krems Minoritenkirche.


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