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!

New dates!

Art does not come from ability, but from necessity. (Arnold Schoenberg)

We must? - Yes we have to! The tears and flames want out...
Even if it's difficult because nothing is the way it was: Let's start again!

Small steps are better than no steps. There will be four concerts this year. It is – once again – a new beginning for the Klosterneuburg chamber concerts.

This year's concerts are strongly influenced by the piano quintet. The well-known and popular Veronika Trisko takes on the leading role at the piano.