FR 16.02.2024 / 20.00 h / Admission 18.00 h
"A boazn is a drinking establishment in a small room with a bar, a maximum of five bar stools and at least four beer steins."
The three musicians of the big city boazn feel particularly at home in such venues. Opposites can meet here unhindered and unexpectedly become attractions: Metropolis meets village, Upper Bavaria meets Lower Bavaria, ziach meets sax, (coarse) charm meets shame, beer meets pina colada, seriousness meets irony...
And that's exactly what the Großstadt Boazn sounds like. Birgit Tomys tirelessly blows penetrating bass lines through her baritone saxophone. In addition to his crisp guitar sound, Berni Filser provides smug commentary and an eternal party mood. Matthias Pürner lays his extravagant and admirably filigree ziach compositions on this indestructible foundation.
The result is an idiosyncratic folk music that is by no means based on convulsive innovation. Despite its unusual instrumentation, the Großstadt Boazn likes to stay close to tradition without wanting to elevate it to an ideology. Because the focus is clearly and undisputedly on the fun of making music together.
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