Songs Worth Singing
Robert G. Neumayr
Fresh from his powerhouse performances as Lady Bracknell and Benedick in our two previous shows, Robert invites you this time to hear him sing songs that have influenced his life and career, as well as songs that are simply, worth singing!
There will be guest appearances from some of Vienna’s finest (and loveliest) singers, and this personal ONE NIGHT ONLY concert will be on Robert’s birthday no less (that’ll be MARCH 25th at 20:00 then!).
Come and join Open House Theatre’s Artistic Director on this personal musical journey!
Performances Thursday-Thursday from May 25 - May 25, 2017
Ticket Sale starts March 16, 2017
Replugged Vienna Live Music Club
13A stop Piaristengasse
Tram 46 stop Strozzigasse/Lerchenfelder Straße
Robert studied musical theatre at 'Performing Arts Studios Vienna'. He's been working in the performing arts for more than ten years now. After graduating engagements have taken him to the Raimund Theater, Theater der Jugend, Opera Graz, Volkstheater and the off-theatre scene in Vienna, Berlin, Munich, Bolzano and Ljubljana.
Favourite parts have included Charlie Brown in “Charlie Brown”, The Eldest Magician in “Just So”, The Bullfrog in “Honk!”, The Cheshire Cat in “Alice in Wonderland”, Oliver Hardy in “Laurel & Hardy”, Clown in “A Winter's Tale” and Nick Bottom in “A Midsummer Night's Dream”. He's been working as an author and director for the past few years, and credits include "A Christmas Carol", "The Timekeepers", "The Turn of the Screw" and "Hypnosis".
Robert is Open House Theatre's Artistic Director and to keep the balance he's also a freelance programmer under the label „icatcher.at“
Peixi comes from a family of musicians. At the age of three she began having piano lessons by her parents Prof. Shao Dan and Prof. Wu Ying. She attended the conservatory of music in Shanghai when she was six and studied with Prof. Fan Minjuan.
From 2006 to 2013 she was studying at the university of music and performing arts in Vienna with Prof. Roland Keller, Prof. Peter Efler and Prof. Paul Badura-Skoda. After her bachelor degree she went on to perform concerts in Germany, Switzerland, Korea, Japan and China.
Oskar was born in Lower Austria and grew up in a bilingual household. He had his first experience on stage playing God in the children’s musical "Vor Uns die Sintflut" when he was five years old. At school he was involved in various projects on stage as well as behind the camera. In the last few years he has starred as a guitar player and singer in concerts and shows in and around Vienna, including "What’s in a Name" and "Bad Taste Party" at Theater Drachengasse with his sister Sophie Kozeluh. Oskar is currently studying Popular Music at the University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna, specialising in guitar.
Katharina was born in St. Pölten and received her first violin lessons at the age of four. She continued to receive training in playing the piano, drums and singing, and discovered her love for the violoncello at the age of nine. Between 2008 and 2015 she participated in the Austrian youth music contest „Prima la Musica“ multiple times and was a member of the Youth Symphony Orchestra Lower Austria. Since 2014 Katharina has been an active member of the University Orchestra Vienna, where she also studies at the department of musicology. Highlights in her career, besides concerts and teachings in India, Tiruvannamalai, Chennai and Lucknow, were playing Beethoven’s 9th at the Musikverein Wien and Mahler’s 8th at the Konzerthaus Wien.
to be announced