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Concert @ Blaue Fabrik is a part of Shepherds of Cats European Tour 2017.
For this concert they will be joined by splendid trombonist Günter Heinz.

Concert will promote their recent release:

tickets: 8 / 5 EURO

start: 8pm

The Shepherds of Cats formed in early 2014, and had an instant and strong understanding. Their attention to detail is impeccable and have created a deep trust to support each other in the most obscure and ridiculous tangents. Using improvisation as their working method, they create sonic stories and worlds, drenched in incredulity at their own existence, exploring the outer limits of good taste and pushing the limits of what should be considered acceptable. Their compositions are created in real time. They are hunter gatherers – hunting and gathering sounds and re-appropriating them in sometimes inappropriate manners. They have shame but no ego.

The musicians participating in this concert will be:

Aleksander Olszewski – ethnic percussion/reeds/voice

Adam Webster – cello/voice

Jan Fanfare – guitar/loops/voice


Günter Heinz. – trombone , flute

Günter Heinz, born in Zeitz (formerly GDR), studied mathematics and music. Since 1987 he has been working as a freelance musician focusing mainly on contemporary compositions and improvisation. Between 1992-93 he worked as guest composer at the Electronic Studio of the Musikakademie Basel. He has participated in some of the most important music festivals in Berlin, Leipzig, Dresden, Moskau, Stavanger, Genf, Antwerp, Madrid, Barcelona, Rümlingen … His compositions has been performed in Moscow, Madrid, Florida, Malta, Japan … He collaborated with Thomas Kessler, Art Clay, Gunnar Kristinsson, Andre Bartetzki, Kent Carter, Bill Elgart, Lou Grassi, Fred Van Hove, Veryan Weston, Malcolm Goldstein, Pavel Fajt, Vitor Joaquin, Gabriel Shalom, Urs Leimgruber, Günter Baby Sommer and many others. He is one of the founders of blaueFabrik Dresden. Since 2006 he has composed and performed several concerts for church bells.

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