In Vino Veritas


In traditional songs and anecdotes about wine, Peter Rabanser singend Peter Rabanser and his fellow musicians embark on an entertaining journey through the Alps from Provence to Tyrol.


What to expect

Early and traditional dance music, songs and sayings about wine, from Provence to the Tyrol.

Duration: around 65 minutes without a break


20 minutes before each performance in the foyer, we will tell you about the story of the evening.


Prices: EUR 52 | 28

Subscription (four performances of free choice)
Reductions: U27 / Ö1 Intro / Club Ö1

Gabriella Aiello

Voice & Castanets

Born in Rome, the specialist for southern Italian vocal techniques first occupied herself with classical singing before turning to jazz music and participating in various orchestral projects. As a singer, musician and dancer, her main interest for many years has been world music with its magical vocalisms and different languages.

Peter Rabanser

Voice, Oud, Chitarra, Chalumeau, Bagpipes, Tamburello

The Innsbruck native has specialised in Eastern European, Turkish and Arabic plucked and reed instruments and is intensively involved with European and Mediterranean musical traditions. International concert activity has taken the co-founder of the Oni Wytars ensemble across Europe, as far as Canada and the Far East.

Walter Rizzo

Hurdy-Gurdy, Bagpipes & Pommer

Fabio Accurso

Lute, Jew's harp, vocals

The master lute player explored the historical repertoire of his instrument and devotes his heart and soul to the possibilities of combining the lute with ancient and modern sounds. From Arabic melodies to electronic music, Fabio Accurso always provides surprises when it comes to showcasing his instrument.


a musical wine tour through the Alps

We have Erasmus of Rotterdam to thank for the most famous saying about wine: “In vino veritas“. In other words, he who is drunk speaks the truth. Peter Rabanser and his musicians from Italy take the saying as their motto for a musical wine tour through the Alps. With bagpipes and hurdy-gurdy, flutes and lutes they make their way on a long journey from Provence to the Eastern Alps. In song and anecdote, they tell of wine, working in the vineyard, the seasons of the year, and merry-making and dancing.