The music of the band Pallawatsch, which means hotchpotch in Hungarian/Viennese, has its origin in traditional, eastern European Klezmer, whose influences come from Transylvania, Greece, Romania, Moldova, Ukraine and the Orient, joined into driving feast- and wedding music. Pallawatsch intrigues with expressive Yiddish songs and thrilling Klezmer tunes as well as with driving dances. Those dances they will explain and show to the interested audience in a dance workshop that is taking place a few hours earlier.

Line-up:

Martin "TINO" Mixan (clarinette)

Peter M. Baumgarten (trumpet)

Günther Schöller (accordion)

Eva Pankratz (double bass, dance instructions)