Viennese Cellist Peter Hudler presents his music show 'Caleidocello'- Ode to the seemingly useless at the Fringe.
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A TREAT IN FULLY VIBRANT MUSICAL ENERGY: CALEIDOCELLO
Viennese Cellist Peter Hudler is happy to present his music show 'Caleidocello'- Ode to the seemingly useless.
Prepare to hear the cello in a completely new way. Peter Hudler premieres at the Fringe presenting a colorful mix of genres and characters. From the world's oldest song to the most sophisticated jazz, from bluegrass to baroque and rock, this show intends to take the audience on an unforgettable and powerful poetic journey.
'Caleidocello' features an eclectic mix of interconnected pieces by Bach, Kapustin, Glass, Henryson, o’Connor, Sollima and others. Styles vary from Baroque to Rock, Folk, Bluegrass and Jazz and as a special feature, the world’s oldest piece of music ever written! Beyond that, Peter doesn’t only play his instrument, he also has to sing at times, use the Cello as a percussion instrument or apply various plucking techniques. Altogether an appealing kaleidoscope of sounds that is worth a visit!
'Caleidocello' combines the subtle beauty of the classical cello with the freedom, the raw energy and expressive power of other styles and genres. The magical result is that a single Cello can sound as virtuoso and powerful as many instruments together but also tender and innocent like a simple poem.
Peter thinks the world is in desperate need of feeling more fully vibrant Cello energy and he is looking forward to sharing it with you in „Caleidocello“ at the Fringe Festival!
This program is an ode to the seemingly useless, a homage to all those people who risk creating something beautiful without immediate payoff or fame and against criticism and rejection of all sorts.
'Caleidocello' is available on an album with the same title that is available on amazon and itunes. It also can be ordered via the artist’s website below or bought after the shows directly at the Fringe.
Apart from working on this solo project, Peter Hudler has been active as a cellist in many different groups, styles and countries. Currently he is based in his hometown Vienna, playing in various groups and teaching Cello at a conservatory.
Venue: C too (venue 4) St Columba's by the Castle, Johnston Terrace/Victoria Terrace, Edinburgh EH1 2PW.
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1200 Vienna, Austria
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