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yordan Kostov  accordion

Andreas günther  piano, saxofon


heart variations

extravaganza fantasi


world music compositions and improvisations in various ensembles


Heart Variations

This music was recorded beginning of march 2020 at the conservatory of arts in Zurich together with accordionist Yordan Kostov and sound engineer Bojan Ugrinovski. The unique open and spatial acoustic sound was predestinated to combine it with the artistry of the painter Gerald Meißner.

It's a cycle of six landscapes from color and sound. Enjoy!

Paintings: Gerald Meißner


Andreas Günther - Piano, Alto Sax

Yordan Kostov - Accordion, Piano

Tome Iliev - Bass Clarinet (on Laughing Wolfs)


Recording Engineer: Bojan Ugrinovski

Recorded at Zurich University of Arts

11th of march, 2020


 Live at Prilep Jazz Weekend 2018

1 hour of free improvised music The opening concert from the Jazz festival in Prilep North Macedonia

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 Extravaganza Fantasi by Kostov//Günther


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Music can connect people and cultures. The musicians Yordan Kostov (Macedonia) and Andreas Günther (Germany) first met in Shanghai.

There they performed music together with local musicians in small groups and big free improvised orchestras like Huangpu Divers or Paperkillers.

Since then they follow the idea of playing concerts around the world featuring international artists. In 2018 Yordan and Andreas played concerts in Macedonia, Bosnia, Germany and Japan. In every country they featured local musician to perform their music together with them.  

The album Extravaganza Fantasi was recorded 2018 in Berlin on May 21st at the Golden Wall Studio from famous audio engineer and producer Mario Fister. Together with local musicians Daniel Meyer (electric guitar) and Leo Henry Koch (drums) they recorded a mix of composed and improvised songs. The artwork is made by Friedrich Drescher.