Atout [a´tu:], German noun (from French atout = asset)

  1. Trump in card games
  2. Chamber music ensemble founded in 2010 for the groundbreaking interpretation of an extraordinary repertoire

Atout’s music is first-class.
– Johannes Meissl

five x five

With a fantastic quintet programme we open the new season and play with our smallest ensemble five times: with concerts in St. Pölten, Fulpmes, Mieming, Klosterneuburg and Vienna.

10 years Atout

We celebrate ourselves, our love for string octets and great chamber music throughout the year(s): on November 12 at Klosterneuburg Chamber Concerts. With an octet by Joachim Raff, with 10 musicians in Astor Piazzolla's Estaciones Porteñas and of course with YOU – chapeau!

Events 2024:

Monday, June 17th, 7 p.m.
Banquet hall of the Raiffeisenbank Klosterneuburg
NOTTURNO

Friday, October 18th, 7 p.m.
Augustinussaal, Klosterneuburg Abbey
OLD MASTERS REDISCOVERED

Friday, November 22th, 7 p.m.
Evangelical Church Klosterneuburg
MENDELSSOHN ALIVES!

Thursday, November 14th, 7 p.m.
Brigittenau office building
OLD MASTERS REDISCOVERED

Friday, November 15th, 7 p.m.
Gramatneusiedl
OLD MASTERS REDISCOVERED

Sunday, November 17th, 11 a.m.
Pleyel Cultural Center Ruppersthal (IPK)
OLD MASTERS REDISCOVERED

Nocturnal atmosphere, guitar sounds and a lot of Schubert - as a creator, as an arranger and as a donor of a melody for someone else's imagination...

On the program
Franz Schubert: Notturno D 897 for piano trio
Ferdinand Rebay: Fantasy about Schubert's “Beautiful Müller” for violin, viola, cello and guitar
Wenceslaus Matiegka/arr. Franz Schubert: Notturno G major, op. 21 for violin, viola, cello and guitar
Mel Bonis: Soir op. 76 for piano trio

If Mozart and Haydn hadn't composed at the same time, we might be hearing a lot more from Dussek and Pleyel these days... Of course, Mozart shouldn't be missing either!

On the program
Johann Ladislaus Dussek: Piano Quintet op. 41 in F minor
Ignaz Pleyel: Piano Concerto in D major, Ben 103a
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Sonata for piano and violin in E minor, KV 304

If Mozart and Haydn hadn't composed at the same time, we might be hearing a lot more from Dussek and Pleyel these days... Of course, Mozart shouldn't be missing either!

On the program
Johann Ladislaus Dussek: Piano Quintet op. 41 in F minor
Ignaz Pleyel: Piano Concerto in D major, Ben 103a
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Sonata for piano and violin in E minor, KV 304

If Mozart and Haydn hadn't composed at the same time, we might be hearing a lot more from Dussek and Pleyel these days... Of course, Mozart shouldn't be missing either!

On the program
Johann Ladislaus Dussek: Piano Quintet op. 41 in F minor
Ignaz Pleyel: Piano Concerto in D major, Ben 103a
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Sonata for piano and violin in E minor, KV 304

If Mozart and Haydn hadn't composed at the same time, we might be hearing a lot more from Dussek and Pleyel these days... Of course, Mozart shouldn't be missing either!

On the program
Johann Ladislaus Dussek: Piano Quintet op. 41 in F minor
Ignaz Pleyel: Piano Concerto in D major, Ben 103a
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Sonata for piano and violin in E minor, KV 304