In the almost 27 years of their existence, the ensemble Mnozil Brass has extensively and with the utmost seriousness performed unserious, even silly programs.
The new program “Phoenix” fundamentally changes the rules of the game: As of now, we will treat the serious side of life with the appropriate degree of flippancy.
All the little demons gleefully standing in the way of our quest for truth, nobility and purity will be subjected to brazen, brassy scrutiny. Who wants to be holier-than-thou? Why do we enjoy the chase rather than being chaste and why the devil do we have more fun by night than by day?
Mnozil Brass engages in this battery of questions with depth and dexterity, along with a pinch of presumed wisdom of the ages, in the new program “Phoenix”.
Thomas Gansch, Trompete
Robert Rother, Trompete
Roman Rindberger, Trompete
Leonhard Paul, Posaune, Basstrompete
Gerhard Füßl, Posaune
Zoltán Kiss, Posaune
Wilfried Brandstötter, Tuba