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Mnozil Brass


Sun 24 Nov 2013, 7:30pm–9:30pm

Where: Hamer Hall, 100 St Kilda Rd, St Kilda Road, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • General Admission: $92.95
  • Additional fees may apply

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Following their acclaimed World Premier in Wagner’s home town Bayreuth, the World’s Greatest (and zaniest) brass ensemble, Mnozil Brass present their extraordinary musical tribute to Wagner on his 200th anniversary. As part of the Melbourne Ring Festival Mnozil Brass will literally blow you away with its unique blend of musical ability, theatrics and originality.

Wagner’s own City of Bayreuth commissioned the Viennese brass septet Mnozil Brass to create HOJOTOHO, dedicated to the great Master. Just as Wagner introduced innovations to the romantic opera creating a totality of music, libretto and staging, Mnozil Brass have created a revolutionary work consisting of brass, dance & comedy. Just like Valkyries, HOJOTOHO will echo around the world.

This Austrian septet is not your run-of-the-mill brass band. The ensemble is virtuosic and its talented performers offer a radical take on brass music with brilliant improvisation and ability.

Formed in Josef Mnozil’s small tavern in Vienna, consisting of seven insanely cool brass players, Mnozil Brass play brass music for people from all walks of life. More than once, the band has been referred to as the “Monty Pythons of Music” yet Mnozil are first and foremost, world-class musicians. The band has become so well-known in concert circles that Mnozil Brass now perform more than 120 concerts a year.

“…at the end, the enthusiastic audience demanded an encore, and was treated to a self-congratulating version of ‘Nobody Does it Better’, and, after having the pleasure of sitting through the two hours of Mnozil Brass, I’m somewhat of that opinion myself” Arts Hub Australia, 2012

“It is my fervent belief that Mnozil Brass is the greatest brass ensemble in the world today. Mnozil Brass is quite simply the most amazing thing to ever happen in the history of chamber music! “ Jens Lindemann, Austria 2011.