Maki Ishii: Thirteen Drums
Live recording of the NDR Foyerkonzert at Klosterkirche Isenhagen of Maki Ishii's Multipercussion piece Thirteen Drums, performed live in concert by Christoph Sietzen in summer 2020 during the Corona pandemic in front of a small live audience and for the radio audience of the "NDR Foyerkonzerte" (Norddeutscher Rundfunk). Organized in cooperation with the "Niedersächsische Musiktage".
Joseph Schwantner: Velocities
Christoph's performance of Joseph Schwantner's classic work for Solo marimba, Velocities. Recorded at Brucknerhaus Linz in the frame of his 2020 online concert "Christoph Sietzen & Friends" with Maximilian Hornung, Maurice Steger and The Wave Quartet.
Vom Schrott zum Klang
Konzert für Klangwerk und Orchester by Georg Friedrich Haas - Interview and rehearsel excerpts (English subtitles available)
Video to Christophs album with works by Séjourné, Pärt, Xenakis, Hamitlon and Thomas. More information under CDs
Teaser: E. Rautavaara: Incantations - I. Pesante (Excerpt)
An excerpt of Rautavaaras Percussion Concerto “Incantations", filmed during the recording with the Romanian National Symphony Orchestra and Cristian Mandeal at the Romanian Atheneum.
Interview at the Elbphilharminie Hamburg, Christoph is sharing how “Home” sounds for him.
J.S. Bach: Lute Suite in e-minor - Gigue
Christophs performance of the Gigue from the Lute Suite in e-minor at the TV Show "Stars of Tomorrow" presented by Rolando Villazon. Filmed at the Stummfilmkino Delphi in Berlin 2016.
Otto Witt (arr. Peter Sadlo): Extravaganzen, Christoph Sietzen and Ensemble with Andressa Miyazato
Otto Witt (arr. Peter Sadlo): Extravaganzen, Christoph Sietzen and Ensemble with Andressa Miyazato, recorded at Anton Bruckneruniversität Linz for the project #GlobalOdeToJoy
Avner Dorman: Frozen In Time
III. The Americas
Christoph Sietzen, Multi-Percussion
Romanian National Symphoy Orchestra
Cristian Mandeal, Conductor
Romanian Atheneum Bucharest, May 2015
Iannis Xenakis: Rebonds B
Christophs performance of Rebonds B at the TV Show "Stars of Tomorrow" presented by Rolando Villazon. Filmed at the Stummfilmkino Delphi in Berlin 2016.
Barbican Sessions #5: Christoph Sietzen
A spontaneous snare drum improvisation that Christoph performed for the Barbican's Sessions video series in Cinema 1.
Portrait about Christoph
Christoph talking about being a multipercussionist with excerpts of works by Xenakis, Le Roux, Fischer, Psathas, Dorman and Bach. Filmed in 2015.
J. S. Bach: Concerto for 4 Harpsichords in A Minor, BWV 1065: III. Allegro
Concerto for 4 Harpsichords in A Minor, BWV 1065: III. Allegro (Arr. for Marimbas), performed by The Wave Quartet and L'Orfeo Barockorchester at Brucknerhaus Linz.
The Making of Bach Concertos
Michi Gaigg and The Wave Quartet talking about their cooperation and the idea of combining Bach, Marimba and Period Instruments. (in German)
Astor Piazzolla: Oblivion (The Wave Quartet)
Music Video by The Wave Quartet playing Oblivion by Astor Piazzolla starring Jerca Rožnik Novak filmed by Stefan Sietzen.
Rodrigo y Gabriela: Tamacun (The Wave Quartet)
The Wave Quartet at the Great Festival Hall Salzburg
playing Tamacun by Rodrigo y Gabriela