A colourful variety of music awaits the visitors to this years Munich High End Show. Here’s what will be on offer to the visitors.
The High End Show opens in a traditional way with some original, alpine music. “Werdenfelser Alphornbläserinnen” is the only female German alphorn group and are also known as the “Spice Girls of the Alps”.
10th May 2013 to 12th May 2013 from 12.00 to 17.00
Throughout the exhibition area this female band “Lady Taxi” guarantees a real feast for the eyes and ears. This mobile female band takes the visitors to Munich High End Show on a musical journey from rock ‘n’ roll, to film music, swing, jazz, music from the 70s, 80s, 90s and today’s hits. They play live, moving around with their saxophone, songs, percussion and guitar.
Dean Peer & Bret Mann
10th May 2013 and 11th May 2013 at 13.00, Atrium 4, 2. OG, Studio E/F
Dean Peer is an exceptional virtuoso electric bass player who enjoys international recognition for his skills in his use of bass harmonies. Dean’s latest recording “Airborne” is a duet with the drummer Bret Mann. It was released in 2010 by ILS Records in cooperation with Cardas Audio. This successful album also achieved acclaim in the top 40 radio hits in the USA and Canada and was nominated for the “Annual ZMR Music Awards” in 2010.
United Blues Experience
Saturday 11th May 2013 at 14.30, Hall 3, Technology-Stage
United Blues Experience embodies acoustic, traditional, earthy blues with Bavarian soul. The exceptional guitarist and singer Wolfgang Bernreuther, his long-standing partner Rudi Bayer on double bass, and the mouth organ player and singer Beata Kossowska, present a highly musical and harmonious unit.