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TUESDAY, MAY 23 2017, 07:30 PM

The idea behind Between the Stations is simple: At every single concert, Austrian pianist David Six presents a new piano piece that has been inspired by and written at that very place. The result: music written in hotel rooms or at train stations, on planes or simply on stage. Pieces named after their place of origin. By the end of this year, David Six seeks to have drawn a kind of musical-geographical map. Places of this year's tour like Paris, Teheran, New Delhi, New York, Nairobi, Berlin, Vienna, London or Shanghai are part of David Six’ sonic form of cartography. Inspired by a constant momentum of traveling and the longing for a new challenge, the idea of composing Between The Stations was born. David also uses on-stage-composing methods, often including spontaneous ideas from his audience. Piano grand master Misha Alperin commented admiringly, "David’s sense for integration and organic unity of composition and improvisation is simply incredible!”

David Six was born in 1985 in Vöcklabruck, Austria. He studied Classical Piano as well as Jazz and Improvisation in Linz and Vienna. Further studies in 2010 in New York with Ellery Eskelyn, Aaron Parks and Fabian Almazan made very important contributions to his musical development. Since 2012 he studies classical Indian percussion with Manickam Yogeswaran in Berlin and Pandit Shailendra Mishra in Delhi, India. His musical collaborators include classical soloists as well as outstanding jazz and pop musicians from all over the globe: Shara Worden, Woodkid, Daníel Fridrik Böðvarsson, Bill Frisell, Mira Lu Kovacs, Laura Winkler’s Wabi-Sabi Orchestra, Stargaze & André de Ridder, Morris Kliphuis, Terry Riley, Lisa Hannigan, Andrej Prozorov, David Six’ Matador, Ilya Alabuzhev, Matthias Ruppnig, Wanja Slavin, Nora Fischer, Dach, Alexi Murdoch, Grant Hart (Hüsker Dü), Aart Strootman,…
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