Two musicians with seemingly completely different focus. One of them, Knut Rössler, a German jazz saxophonist, blue note saturated by countless gigs in subterranean joints since the 1960’s. The other, Joannes Vogt, a lute player from a completely different scene, specialist for ancient music from the middle ages on. Brought together by the visual arts – both of them often performed at gallery openings. One day they were asked to play together, as the relevant exhibition connected the old and the new. An unexpected and consequential prod: It resulted in a lasting collaboration. Their collaborators are percussionist Mani Neumeier and stellar bass player Miroslav Vitous.
"It's musicologically fascinating!"