Autumn highlights in the Stubai Valley: Concert for harp, dulcimer and accordion
Information about the Event:
Programme: Waltzes, polkas, marches in trio or duo line-up and solo pieces
Concert for harp, dulcimer and harmonica
The group named itself after the german names of the instruments of their main line-up:
Ha rp, Ha ckbrett which is dulcimer and Ha rmonica.
In the meantime, a few more instruments have been added.
Anna-Lena Larcher harp, dulcimer & guitar
Carina Jenewein dulcimer and harp
Mathias Jenewein harmonica, F-tuba & double bass
Concert in the parish church of St. Georg, Neustift in the Stubai Valley
29th September 2020
The three young musicians Anna-Lena (20 years), Carina (20 years) and Mathias (18 years) started their musical journey together in 2013 with rehearsals for "prima la musica", the largest Austrian youth music competition, in which they were awarded as "Excellent."
In 2014 they were given an “award” at the Competition for Alpine Music in Innsbruck.
Anna-Lena Larcher from Neustift studies at the Tyrolean State Conservatory and takes lessons from Katrin Unterlercher and Mirjam Reinstadler.
Carina Jenewein from Sistrans attends the Tyrolean University of Education and is taught by Barbara Schneider-Romen and Annemarie Fritz.
Mathias Jenewein from Sistrans attends the Grammar School for Music at Innsbruck and is taught by Peter Margreiter.
The HaHaHa-Musig performs music on various occasions such as musicians' meetings, alpine festivals, birthdays, weddings, baptisms or simply for entertainment.