Holger Mantey springt mit Miniatur-Piano

SOLO PROJECTS MANTEY

Mantey mit Piano auf dem Kopf

Piano Drums & Sounds

+ From Mozart to Gershwin

+ From Bach to Bonanza

+ Waves – Sounds of the Sea

+ Themed project designs for open houses in museums and churches, exhibitions, special festivals, etc.

Holger Mantey und Uwe Walter auf Deutschland-Tour

UWE WALTER - shakuhachi

HOLGER MANTEY - piano

CD Cover für Japan-CD Torii

TORII wanderer between the worlds

Uwe Walter and Holger Mantey create music together which puts the beautiful sounds of the traditional Japanese bamboo flute, the shakuhachi, in centre stage.

Foto mit Markus Stockhausen, Holger Mantey, Berndt Petroschka

MARKUS STOCKHAUSEN trumpets

BERNDT PETROSCHKA - percussion

HOLGER MANTEY - piano

Konzert von Markus Stockhausen, Holger Mantey und Berndt Petroschka

INTUITIVE MUSIC

The trio plays original themes and, in the style of "intuitive music," mold them into highly complex and exciting pieces. In this way, through their spontaneous interplay the musical sensibility of the musicians can unfold and bring fantasy worlds to life.

Konzert Festival Nippon Connection mit Nakajima, Mantey, Clark, Yuta

HIROJUKI NAKAJIMA - paintings

TONI CLARK - shakuhachi

TOSHIHIRO YUTA - taiko

HOLGER MANTEY - piano

Performances von Hirojuki Nakajima und Holger Mantey in Siegburg

ZENsation- Forms and Sounds

The "Brush Dance of Nakajima," which leaves lasting traces on a piece of paper laid on the ground, is the intersection in the encounter between calligraphic painting and Mantey's sound collages, which at times may sound romantic and meditative and at others expressive and virtousic.

Holger Mantey und Ursula Greven in Lübeck

URSULA GREVEN - voice

HOLGER MANTEY - piano

EXTRAVAGANZA

Ursula Greven und Holger Mantey im Strandkorb

Ursula Greven and Holger Mantey form a true musical phenomenon: Their heads are filled with unexpected and at the same time highly exciting mental leaps, by which the musical leanings of the two are brought to life in often unexpected ways. Although both raised in the classical tradition, they have each found the way to their very own musical expression.