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Büdi Siebert

Called as “one of the most versatile musicians of Germany” by the German TV, Buedi Siebert belongs to the cross-border composers. 

As one of the first world musicians of Germany, he has been collecting and playing instruments from all over the world. He plays more than 20 different instruments and has gained experience with all types of Western music and music of other cultures.

He won German Record Critics Award, numerous Gold and Platinum awards. He composed music for the winner film at the German Short Film award in 2000. 

Moreover, he also participated in more than 100 productions of different styles and has got double and triple Platinum for his collaborations.

He toured extensively throughout Europe, the USA and Africa. He gave concerts in various prestigious festivals and venues including Old Opera (Frankfurt, Germany), Music Hall (Hamburg, Germany), Carnegie Hall (New York, USA), Universal Amphitheatre (Los Angeles, USA), Davis Symphony Hall (San Francisco, USA), Cairo Opera House (Egypt) and Roskilde Festival (Denmark).

His personal highest point was a solo concert recording in the Great Pyramid in Gizah, alone with no visible audience – named as “Pyramid Call”.  


 

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A celebration forn the senses - Buedi Siebert gave a moving concert in the church with around 30 different instruments. The crowded audience could dive deeply in his Soundscapes and leave with him for a sound – journey through mystic worlds. Siebert combines Sounds of ethnic instruments with nature sounds. Very rare instruments like an Aztec Earth flute could be heard and made the listener relaxing and enjoying new and soft listening – experiences.

Ancient Knowledge – The musician Buedi Siebert as a Medicine Man

He takes an ancient drum, plays a Mongolian overtone flute, wanders through the audience and looks in the peoples face.  He plays marimba with his bare hand blows in his bassclarinet and the ethnic flute. Like a real medicine man Siebert doesn’t play music for the music itself. Many sit with closed eyes and let their thoughts be carried away by the clouds of sound. Like a mother her child they can carry the whole earth in their arms and sing her to sleep. Ancient knowledge, that most of us have forgotten – Buedi Siebert remembers.

Daniel Wiese, Schwazwaelder Bote   

 


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