27., Axel Wolf & Hugo Siegmeth live: Streaminconcert in the Jazzclub Unterfahrt 20:00 h
Axel Wolf and saxofonist Hugo Siegmeth transport us to the wondrous world of renaissance and jazz improvisation.
Klassikcast online, Goethe-Institut
13., Jazz-Picknik with Trio Nautico, Montafon (CH)
Swinging and unplugged, classics from jazz and pop. Exquisite music with Hugo Siegmeth, Bernd Hess und Karsten Gnettner.
17, , "Golden Notes" in Concert, 20.30 h
Soundtrack Classics from Miss Marple, James Bond oder Henry Mancinis Pink Panther - with wit and attention to detail, Hugo Siegmeth and Andreas Seifinger go on a journey through the world of film music
Feinsinn Bioladen, Mühldorf
10., Sa., PASSACAGLIA, Residenzwoche 2020 - POSTPONED to 2021, date
At the Residenzwoche 2020, the Ensemble Passacaglia plays plays in the "Allerheiligen Hofkirche", one of Munich's most beautiful concert halls: Chamber jazz music with passacaglias by Händel, Muffat, Bach, Webern, Ligeti and others by the Quartett PASSACAGLIA - on the Residenzwoche 2020,
18., So, Traces to Nowhere - Solist mit den Bruckner Orchester Linz (A), 16 h
Traces to Nowhere - improvisational reflections on Nassidses beautiful Chamber Symphonie No. 3 with the Bruckner Symphoniker, conductor Markus Poschner (as well on piano) and Hugo Siegmeth, saxophone.
CD-Release WINTERREISE (Hunstein Siegmeth Wolf)
An adaptation of Franz Schubert's Winterreise - the poems are spoken by Stefan Hunstein, the music in improvisational refractions of Schubert's original composition by Axel Wolf and Hugo Siegmeth.
26. Lange Nacht der Musik - PASSACAGLIA live in St. Paul, 8th of May 2021
Chamber jazz music with passacaglias by Händel,
Muffat, Bach, Webern, Ligeti and others by the Quartett PASSACAGLIA - in the wide acoustic of St. Paul.
"Hugo Siegmeth comes along and discovers an improvisational dimension in the luminaries of the neighbouring classical disciplines... rather managing to transfer the sound concept of these others coherently to his own world of sound and improvisation."
Review Sueddeutsche Zeitung
St. Paul, München