Entries by Werner Zangerle

Wenzl Dnatek concert review in Freistil magazine

“… If you were hungry for a filling side dish, you were gifted by a highly playful trio Wenzel Dnatek. Bassist (and Bassukulelist, if so called) derhunt, drummer Didi Kern and saxophonist Werner Zangerle rose to true playful ecstasy. Their music left behind all categories and generic names and was characterized by extreme homogeneity, in […]

Portrait on 20.2.2015

On 20.2.2015 a musical Portrait of me took place in Hundsturm/Vienna. One evening, and I had to play Solo, Duo and Trio. I was quite nervos, it was my first appearance playing Solo. Renald Deppe, the curator of the series of Portraits wrote a very flattering text, it’s only available in German though.   Werner […]

hoerthoert Salzburg 2015

This year we will organize two festival On 20. and 21. of March hoerthoert ist taking place at Jazzit in Salzburg. In April it is Brick5 in Vienna again. I think it is quite a good Line-up we have. Come and enjoy! …more on hoerthoert.at

Sweet & Lovely “Heros” out now!

We are happy and proud to present “Heros“. This is the debut album of Sweet & Lovely, a Band that I formed together with Niki Dolp and Walter Singer while we were still studying in Linz. We recorded only originals, if I had to label the music I would say it is contemporary melodic Jazz. […]

Wenzl Dnatek – “hug box” out now!

Wenzl Dnatek is a Free Jazz/Noise Project. Roland Rathmair and Didi Kern, together they are the 2/3 of Bulbul, had been playing as a Duo for a while before they decided on me to play Saxophone with them. After a few concerts it became clear that we lots of fun and that we wanted to […]

Miniportrait in the Concerto

Miniportrait in the Concerto: Ehrlich und authentisch Werner Zangerle On August 27th this year, Werner Zangerle tweeted: “This may be completely subjective, but: saxophone makes you happy.” The native of Salzurg lives in Vienna and received most of his musical education in Linz, where he among other things he studied with Florian Bramböck, Harry Sokal […]

Panto in the freiStil magazine

Panto CD-Review in the freiStil: WERNER ZANGERLE panto Listen Closely / Trost Werner Zangerle (ts), Matthias Löscher (g), Matthias Pichler (b), Klemens Marktl (dr) Werner Zangerle, der sympathische und umtriebige Tenorsaxofonist, hat ein eigenes Label gegründet (Listen Closely) und mit einem talentierten Haufen heimischer junger Musiker auch gleich einen hübschen Tonträger eingespielt. Vor allem, er […]

Panto in the Jazzpodium

A CD-Review in the Jazzpodium: Werner Zangerle Panto Listen Closely 01 Saxophonist Werner Zangerle has an interesting and unique concept. He also has a spiritual connection to the modern tradition as well as to his compatriot Hans Koller. And his conception proves it to be absolutely contemporary, especially free from clichés as he demonstrates on […]