treibhaus

Kulturprogramm für Stadtbenützer

Spielplatz am Volksgarten. Angerzellgasse 8, 6020 Innsbruck. Geöffnet täglich von 10 bis 1

das treibhaus ist wieder offen - alltäglich ab 16:00 bis mitternacht

der Garten öffnet alltäglich ab 16:00 - um 19:00 mutiert der Teil vor der Gartenbühne in einen KONZERTSAAL. Das ganze Sommerprogramm findet an der frischen Luft statt. Konzertbesucher können gern Platzkarten reservieren - procedere wie im Sommer & Herbst. (auf www.treibhaus.at/programm). Einlaß in die Konzerte ist um 18:00. Restkarten werden am Veranstaltungstag ab 18:30 ausgegeben. // fürs Wirtshaus reservieren wir keine Tische - denn da ist Platz für fast alle: die Weiberwirtschaft hat sich auch wieder auf den Treibhaus-Vorplatz & den Platz zwischen Fumoir & Schlössl ausgedehnt - unser Begleitservice hilft beim Tisch-suchen. Kommt, ihr habt alle Platz. aber kommt ge-duscht. ge-föhnt. ge-kampelt. ge-küßt & ge-liebt. Hauptsach: ge-sund. Alles wird gut.

TREIBHAUS SPENDENKONTO * IBAN: AT 752050303352791960 * SOMMERSPIELE '21

das sommerprogramm findet bei freiem eintritt statt - jede/r entscheidet selber, wieviel er/sie/es beitragen kann & will. das treibhaus verläßt sich auf eure großzügigkeit. ihr bekommt eure spende note für note in musik zurück. SPENDENKONTO * IBAN: AT 752050303352791960. impft das treibhaus mit eurer solidarität. bitte.

CHRIS JAGGER

der kleine bruder des großen ROLLING STONE

In his twenties Chris’ career encompassed designing clothes for Jimi Hendrix, acting in Hair and studying singing in the Himalayas.  He recorded two sought-after LPs (You know the name but not the face and The adventures of Valentine Fox). It was with the release of the album Atcha in 1994 that Chris established his current musical identity and plotted a course that he is still pursuing. Atcha and the follow up Channel Fever combined Chris’ interest in Zydeco, Cajun, Country and R’n’B and featured appearances from Dave Gilmour, Leo Sayer and Mick Jagger. As a talented lyricist, Chris has worked with Franck Langolf and contributed to the Rolling Stones’ ‘Steel Wheels’. Besides being a passionate performer, Chris also writes for music papers and broadsheets, including the Daily Telegraph and the Daily Mail. He has also recently been presenting a radio show for the BBC in Bristol.

Chris Jagger is a talented and witty songsmith and an energetic performer.  Ben Waters is an exceptionally gifted pianist and accordionist and Charlie Hart is an accomplished multi-instrumentalist and composer.

Their collaboration stretches back over the last ten years: in the U.S. they have appeared on NBC Late Night Live with Conan O’Brian and at the Bottom Line in New York.  In Europe there have been numerous TV shows, festivals, theatre and club dates.  They have worked with the likes of Dave Stewart, Leo Sayer, Dave Gilmour and Mick Jagger.  In 1994 they released the CD From Lhasa to Lewisham under the name Atcha Acoustic, and have also contributed to Chris’ other albums.

They now come back together as the Chris Jagger Trio, sharpened and focused after a couple of years lay-off.  The music is playful yet serious: a striking mix constantly referring to New Orleans, Cajun, Blues traditions and characterised by intelligent song-writing and instrumental virtuosity.

There are already dates in March and May when they are booked for Ned Sherrin’s Loose Ends and the Andy Kershaw show. There will be a German tour in September, dates in U.K and elsewhere to follow.


Chris Jagger

In his twenties Chris’ career encompassed designing clothes for Jimi Hendrix, acting in Hair and studying singing in the Himalayas.  He recorded two sought-after LPs (You know the name but not the face and The adventures of Valentine Fox). It was with the release of the album Atcha in 1994 that Chris established his current musical identity and plotted a course that he is still pursuing. Atcha and the follow up Channel Fever combined Chris’ interest in Zydeco, Cajun, Country and R’n’B and featured appearances from Dave Gilmour, Leo Sayer and Mick Jagger. As a talented lyricist, Chris has worked with Franck Langolf and contributed to the Rolling Stones’ ‘Steel Wheels’. Besides being a passionate performer, Chris also writes for music papers and broadsheets, including the Daily Telegraph and the Daily Mail. He has also recently been presenting a radio show for the BBC in Bristol.

Charlie Hart

Charlie is a multi-instrumentalist, composer and producer. Over the years he has worked with Pete Brown (the Battered Ornaments), Ian Dury (Kilburn and the Highroads), Alexis Korner, Doug Sahm, Eric Clapton and was a long-term member of Ronnie Lane's Slim Chance. Charlie also has an impressive track record as a composer of music for animated films and appeared in the feature film Stormy Monday, directed by Mike Figgis. He has worked with Chris since the '70s as a co-writer, musician and on the production side. In the Chris Jagger Trio he sticks to accordion, fiddle and occasional piano. Look him up on www.charliehart.com.

Ben Waters
Ben is an exceptionally gifted pianist and accordionist whose talents extend way beyond the boogie playing he is renowned for.   Following his first LP, Ben was voted 1994 Daily Telegraph Young Musician of the Year. He has gone on to make frequent live appearances with his band (e.g. Glastonbury Festival, Cambridge Folk Festival, Cork International Jazz Festival) and for radio  (Radio 1,2,3,4,5 and World Service etc.).  Ben has worked with Shakin’ Stevens, Ray Davies and Freddie Starr amongst others and Jools Holland is guest on his latest CD ‘Shakin in the Makin’.  Look him up on www.benwaters.com