Feel free to choose any concert programme for your concert venue.

If you have special programme wishes, I am willing and happy to use my creativity to work on new concert programmes fitting for your event.
Requests of different arrangements and pieces are always welcome.

The young, dynamic and virtuoso Saxophone Quartet,
consisting of four Austrian Saxophonists ( Martina Stückler, Viola Jank, Lukas Seifried, Johannes Weichinger) tries to reach and enchant the audience with colourful pieces from Baroque to Contemporary Music.
So far, the ASQ played in renowned concert venues like the Wiener Konzerthaus and the Wiener Musikverein and has been broadcasted at radio stations like OE1 and SRo. The ensemble is part of the concert series and programs Musica Juventutis, Jeunesse, Live Music Now, The New Austrian Sound of Music (NASOM) and European Chamber Music Academy (ECMA). At the #klanginseln project, “Mach dir ein Bild vom Klang - “paint what you hear”, they collaborated with the Tonkünstler Orchester. In spring of 2018, they published their debut record Newsorgsky which was highly rated by press and critics. „A must-have for every music department!” (Otto Brusatti, Radio Host & Musicologist)


an unusual combination of instruments consisting of two saxophones and
accordion, with an emphasis on a new and different interpretive perspectives of the classical repertoire. The group’s interests oscillate between traditional and progressive ways of musical expression with the goal to create distinctive and innovative soundscapes. The range of their
repertoire extends from baroque to contemporary music.

As Poems touch us with their meaningful words,
music speaks with us in its own powerful and mystical language,
filled with unexplainable moods and deep emotions.
A sounding poem, trying to reach and touch us,
using words close from our heart.
Expressing a hidden life, with all its longings,
desires and wishes - without borders.
Where language stops, music begins as poetry of our heart :

Franck violin sonata, Brahms clarinet sonata No. 2, Chopin Valses
Truly the music of angels, apart from life, spiritual and exalted.
Not reflecting the life of the body,
nor that of the mind, but the life of the spirit.
An enchanting concertprogramme performed on the saxophone by Martina Stückler

Saxophone and Baroque,
a rather interesting and exotic combination,
bringing together two different worlds -
connecting the old with the new.
Not to ransack the original compositions,
but to let them shine in a new and respectful light,
with different colours and atmospheres.
A concertprogramme which creates a new listening experience,
between the times.
Enchanting the audience with the wide variety of colours,
played on different types of saxophones.
Immerse yourself open minded into the world of Baroque
interpreted by Martina Stückler.
Bach Cello Suites, Teleman Suite TWV 41:a2, Platti Flute Sonata in G

Sad lyricism and strong force are joint together in Albright´s Sonata,
describing the Mad Dance of Life and Death.
The piece begins with bell-like sounds in the saxophone
which can be seen as an announcement of the opening of the struggle with death,
losing the battle in the end of the second movement.
The Scherzo represents the ascent into a spirit while the 4 mouvement-
Recitative and Dance begins with a long solo cadenza
in the saxophone before the strong, powerful and unexpectable Mad Dance of Life starts.

Visuddhi by Peter Šavli awakens the spiritual energy in us.
The center of body and spirituality
in the throat area is called Visuddhi in Sanskrit language,
the holy language of Hinduism.
Vish' means poison or dirtiness and 'suddhi' means to clean.
The visuddhi chakra bridges the heart and the mind.
When that space is clear, it integrates the wisdom of both,
allowing profound spiritual truths to flow freely.

A very touching, spiritual and contemporary
concert programme which allows the audience to
explore the world of special soundeffects on the saxophone.
Albright Sonata, Šavli Visuddhi