But not only that: music lovers can also chat with the artists during the stream and ask questions.
Tune in and enjoy them performing pieces by composer Werner Pirchner as well as tunes from Falschlunger’s album Rare Moments.
The musicians will perform out of their home in a small village near Innsbruck in the Austrian Alps. The virtual concert will stream live on Saturday 9 May at 8pm (UK time) / 9pm (CEST) and won’t be available afterwards, so make sure you tune in!
Register before 9 May, 6pm (UK time) to receive a link allowing you to access the concert for free.
You will be given access details and instructions via e-mail, closer to the event time.
More info about the artists:
Since first finding his love for the Indian Sitar over 25 years ago, Klaus Falschlunger has become an expert on the instrument and an active representative of the Indian-European scene in Europe. Growing up with jazz and rock music, he discovered the diversity of music more and more in his extensive travels to Asia, the Middle East and Europe.His creativity and versatility brought him together with many musicians and artists from India, Korea, the USA and Europe.
Austrian artist Clemens Rofner works as a freelance-musician and as a member of bands like HI5, Indian Air, Jakob Zimmermann Trio and tiktaalik. As sideman he worked with many artists such as Mino Cinelu or Franz Hackl and was involved in plenty of musical and theater productions. Clemens Rofner released to this day about 15 records as a sideman as well as bandmember and toured through Europe, Asia and Northern America.