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Anton “Tonč” Feinig

Anton “Tonč” Feinig

Anton Feinig´s trademark are vintage instruments like the Rhodes and Wurlitzer electric pianos, Hammond B3 and Korg BX3,

and of course the grand piano, with he mainly plays in his solo performances.

Born in Klagenfurt, Austria

First piano lessons at 8,

in 1994 jazz diploma (jazz piano) at the Kärntner Landeskonservatorium in Klagenfurt

2000 Master of Music in The Hague, Netherlands (studied 1994-2000 at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague, teachers included Rob van Bavel, Rob van Krefeld and Frans Elsen)

during the studies in The Hague also three years of jazz singing with Rachel Gould and Jeanne Lee.

Tonč (a slovenian nick name for Tony, pronounced Tonch) played and plays concerts/sessions with following artists:

Brad Leali, Miles Griffith, Mario Gonzi, Stjepko Gut, David Murray, Kruno Levačič, Vito Leszak, Hubert Tubbs, Jamaaladeen Tacuma, Hans Salomon, Erich Bachträgl, Johannes Enders, Andy Middleton, Wolfgang Puschnig, Ulrich Langthaler, Lee Harper, Peter Kastner, Jens Loh, Heyn v/d Geyn, Stefan Thaler, Karl Sayer, Matthias Pichler, Primus Sitter, Peter Taucher, Uroš Rakovec, Christian Salfellner, Joris Dudli, Daniel Nösig, Toine Thys, Michael Erian, Mario Vavti, Robert Jukič, Jure Pukl, Milan Nikolić, Nikola Matošić, Andjelko Stupar, Dušan Novakov, Gasper Bertoncelj, Ratko Divjak, Drago Gajo, Reinhardt Winkler, Thomas Kugi, Caroline de Rooij, Simone Kopmajer, Rachel Gould, Ana Bezjak, Bettina Schusser, Patrizia Ferarra, Dean Bowman…

Festivals:

Three Nights of Jazz (Klagenfurt, Austria)

Jazz sulla strada (Trieste, Italy)

Heineken Jazz Festival (Netherland)

Bjelopolje Jazz Festival (Montenegro)

Discography:

Caroline de Rooij-River

Tonč Feinig Quartett-We’ll See

Der zweisprachige Chor/Sabina Zwitter-Zila/Gailtal

Thesarah-Room4One

Die Welken Nelken

Tonč Feinig Quartett-Bite

Luka Udbinjač

The Christmas Band-Singing Christmas

The Christmas Band-For You

Robert Jukič-Jazz

Oisternig Quintett

SG Oisternig 60 Jahre

Fine Noise-Fuzzroom (featuring Miles Griffith)

Fine Noise-Live at Step (featuring Mario Gonzi and Miles Griffith) (to be released September 2010)

Current projects:

“Tonč Feinig solo piano”

„Fine Noise” (co-Leader with Daniel Nösig)

„Austrian Slovenian Hammond Project” (with Vid Jamnik)

„FKK” (mit Peter Kastner and Thomas Käfel)

„Martini Meets Marlene” (with actress/singer Claudia Martini)

„Hammond Quartett” with Thomas Käfel-drums, Thomas Kugi-sax, Toni Mühlhofer-percussion, Tonč Feinig-Hammond

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