International Concert Artist



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"New Letters to Esterhazy - Sonata 1"


“Guenther’s seamless, mood-shifting, jaw-drop-inspiring improvisations communicated beyond chronological time, outside cultures and stock sounds for particular instruments. His unique painting of sentiment, concerns and cultural contrasts from our time reach us with a much needed freshness in the concert format.”

3 December 2023

"Sunset Grooves"
Rupert Guenther & Crystal Voyager
Quarry Amphitheatre

International electric violin virtuoso Rupert Guenther with his Crystal Voyager Band performing Sunset Grooves at the Quarry Amphitheatre.

Journey under the stars at this outdoor concert of exotic sounds, from bamboo forests, mosques and temples of central Asia, to the beats and rhythms from African villages and the Middle East, and enjoy listening to an artist who has performed on concert stages around the world for decades - including Vienna, London, Milan, and New York.

Rupert is renowned for his amazing electric violin sound, and his concerts are an imaginative world voyage of ancient, ambient, electronic and world-music influences, in an uplifting and positive experience for audiences of all ages.

Enjoy a relaxed picnic dinner on the lawns while you travel the world in music at this beautiful outdoor evening concert.



Artist Statement

"My ethos for music and the arts - and life - is entirely built on uplifting people to feel safe to explore, discover and develop themselves holistically in humanistic values such as compassion, kindness, boundaries, inclusiveness, collaboration and cooperation as the wellbeing foundations of our work together so that they can restore the biggest missing piece in their education: their self-esteem. It is the one underlying factor in all of holistic wellness.
I subscribe to life-long learning, and that we always need to be working on ourselves side-by-side with our art-form to be of any value in selfless service to humanity and the planet. 
I seek to collaborate with other likeminded arts practitioners, arts administrators, teachers, government ministers and cultural leaders on the grounds of demonstrating cooperative/group leadership, listening, appreciating differences, having good boundaries, not judging but accepting as the starting point always, factoring in the value of and need for problem solving and healing time in our lives, and using best practice pathways for wellbeing in our communication, education, coaching, mentoring and career approaches, and incorporating other positive professional wellbeing inputs depending on the individual’s needs. I work in the long view of positive societal and cultural change, in fluid delivery frameworks, with regular review, and evaluation of feedback & reflections.”