THE LANDSCAPE ORGAN – Salzkammer Hall/Sound 4

05/10/24Saturday, 17:00 - 18:30further appointments Asamer Kies- U BetonwerkeAsamerstraße 11, 4655 Vorchdorf
Free entry
© Georg Nussbaumer


The audience wanders through mighty soundscapes, which are released by up to 300 brass musicians into the landscapes of Lake Altaussee and the Vorchdorf gravel pit.

in the late afternoon on two of the three Saturdays, an alternative date in case of bad weather

For the four-part project Salzkammer(sc)hall, the Salzkammergut region becomes the starting point, the material, the content and the stage, all at the same time, geographically as well as culturally. As THE LANDSCAPE ORGAN, brass musicians transform themselves in a valley basin and a gravel quarry into a polyphonous organ that can emit powerful sounds just as much as it can dryly popping sounds and tender clouds of trills or shining major chords. The sounds overlayer and displace each other and return as echoes. The changing audience immerses itself into the dynamic depths of the sounds and the silences. Each audience member will hear something different.


Georg Nussbaumer (artist/composer)
Musicians and bandleaders of the Upper Austrian Wind Music Association Gmunden District, Blasmusik Steiermark – Bad Aussee Music District
Norbert Schweizer
(project support, organisation)
ARGE Hallschallzeit (project responsibility)
Upper Austrian Brass Music Association – Gmunden district (district chairman Markus Resch), Blasmusik Steiermark – Bad Aussee music district (district chairman Domenik Kainzinger-Webern) (project partners)

Christian Haselmayr (Head of Programme Music, Youth, Community Building)

Macht und Tradition, Kultur im Fluss

Event info

Asamer Kies- U Betonwerke
Asamerstraße 11, 4655 Vorchdorf