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Eduard plays saxophone (Tenor, Alto, Soprano) and flutes + vocal,  with a Jazz Band of his own ("Off Beat").

Many years of experience as a guest musicians in C.I. Jams  (Glarisegg, Freiburg, Schwarzwald-Jam, Tempelhof, Easter Impro Göttingen, München, Ulm ...)

Member of the Dance Performance Group "Sound Movers" in München.
As a bodyworker / osteopath I am interested in the energetical aspect of music and touch, from subtle-athmospheric  to wild and free.


Johannes Anzenhofer, born 1985, is a sculptor, musician and movement artist. He plays accordion, guitar, flute, percussion and sings. His dance draws on experience in capoeira, contact improvisation, contemporary and African dance. He plays music for dance events, festivals, jams, performances, weddings, etc. He lives with his family near Munich and works as a freelance artist and pedagogue.

I love to accompany dancers in their selfexpression. In different contac festivals I played the violin and I play in the Munic-Tango-Banda.
I work as a free lance musician, violin teacher and music therapist. Sound is the most importat element of my work in its multiple facets, colours and its subtle connection to sentiments and feelings.


Vibrations of Presence

Klaus Donarski is a Freiburg based musician, contact dancer, graphic designer and photographer. He loves to play contact festivals and jams and hosts music/singing/dance/healing spaces.
Coming from music production and DJing he made his way through many musical traditions, always searching for what is touching and finding nourishment in the magic of sound and silence. Toning, Mantra and Nada Yoga as pure, reduced and essential forms of music became inspiring practices.
At least the combination of music and dance improvisation is steady drawing his attention to further explore the dynamics of sound and silence, movement and stillness, connection, inner and outer awareness, relation, flow, harmony, chaos, contradiction and surprise. He is focusing on opening space for the experience of participating conscious in our creative living energy field, from which the movement of the body as well as the sound comes. Klaus uses presence, resonance and openness applied on piano, guitar and voice to empower and sustain space for this movement, a vivid process of giving and receiving on many levels – improvisation as a basic human gift of communication, healing and joy.





Its always refreshing and surprising to create sound-atmospheres with other musician-artist.
Especially as a Percussion it is very exciting to improvise and to create sound landscapes in a sensitive way , flowing and at the same time accentuated.... created moment by moment.
I love to play Congas, Djembe, Waterdrums, Ngoni and Percussion instruments.


In various constellations and contexts, Miriam makes improvised music in dance halls in Germany and Switzerland. She plays piano, clarinet, accordion and sings. She is currently studying at the Zurich University of the Arts and teaches music, dance and singing in a scholastic and therapeutic context. She loves to play music for and with children and is keenly interested in opening doors for small and big people to freedom in her own musical-dance-like expression. In addition, Miriam is a psychologist, grew up in Bavaria and then spent her life in Italy and Switzerland.


From the longing for spontaneous liveliness, I was drawn to music & dance improvisation, over the years I was allowed to dance at many CI Jams and Impro Festivals & accompany them with sound.

I play on many instruments, such as flutes, guitar, percussion, frame drum, djembe, digeridoo, jew's harp, mouth bow, monochord... and I build my own instruments. Vocal improvisation and the use of effect and loop devices serve me as toys.
To accompany a CI Jam is something else than to perform a concert, because it is important to me to feel the dance field (to dance myself) and to listen to it, to let the "autopoetry" happen, how much is necessary and when is it right to let the noises and sounds of the dancers in the room or when to accompany them.
The music, dance and movement improvisation is the red thread on which I playfully experience existence, always fresh and amazed, it is a magical self-knowledge journey, which is not about arriving somewhere, but about the experience.

Since the year 2000 I may call myself integral dance leader (certificate CITA Munich), as co-organizer of the Liquid Lumen Ritual, `Rumble in the Jungle ́ Dance & Music ImproJam, the Munich ContacTango Festival and fellow players of the Soundmover Performance-group I find again and again space & time to dance and sound...