Random Sunshines - the singing a cappella male quartet promises a unique vocal ensemble. The repertoire of the four gentlemen includes not only barbershop and german-speaking classics but also well-known pop songs, alpine folk songs and own compositions.
Elisabeth Sykora is famous for her "Lieder- and Operetta-evenings" and as a soprano singer with a repertoire reaching from operetta to modern age. She regularly performs with various orchestras as well as a solo singer presenting opera, operetta, musical als well as sacred music.
The Austrian Soprano singer Martina Hetzenauer studied at the Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Graz and Vienna. She is regularly performing in Vienna as well as at various locations in Austria and abroad.
Isabel Seebacher grew up in Klagenfurt, where she started her comprehensive artistic education which included Piano, Singing, Ballet and Drama. Isabel moved into the soprano repertoire as her voice naturally and effortlessly developed into the higher regions.
Marcela Cerno is a manifold artist and came into contact with music at a very early age. Her career is multifaceted, she is famous as a musical singer as well as for her parts in opera and operetta productions.
Thomas Sigwald is a highly sophisticated singer and well known for his manifold opera, operetta and musical repertoire. Moreover he is producing and acting his new concert programs e.g the operetta-concert-cabaret “operettas”.
Born in London, Stephen Chaundy trained at the Royal Northern College of Music and the Welsh College of Music and Drama. He has already performed at many well known opera houses all around Europe and was member of the Viennese Volksoper.
The Spanish tenor Pablo Cameselle began his singing training in Argentina. As a young artist won the 1st Price at Festivales Musicales in Buenos Aires and was awarded a scholarship to complete his studies abroad at the Conservatory of Vienna, where he works and lives since that.