Austrian musicians born in 1965

Here are 7 famous musicians from Austria were born in 1965:

Angelika Kirchschlager

Angelika Kirchschlager (November 24, 1965 Salzburg-) also known as Angelika Kirschlager is an Austrian singer and opera singer. She has one child, Felix Kammerer.

Her albums: Händel Arien (Kammerorchester Basel feat. conductor: Laurence Cummings), The Complete Songs, Volume 2, The Rape of Lucretia, Le Nozze di Figaro and The Secrets of Dvořák's Cello Concerto.

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Lukas Ligeti

Lukas Ligeti (June 13, 1965 Vienna-) also known as Ligeti, Lukas is an Austrian composer and percussionist.

Discography: Mystery System, Afrikan Machinery, Shadowglow, The Williamsburg Sonatas, The Starbreak Splatterlight and PhonoMetak Series # 9.

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Wolfgang Muthspiel

Wolfgang Muthspiel (March 2, 1965 Judenburg-) is an Austrian guitarist.

His albums include Solo, Perspective, Loaded, Like New, Drumfree, Bearing Fruit, Daily Mirror, Beloved, Glow, Live at the Jazz Standard and Friendly Travelers.

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Johan Botha

Johan Botha (August 19, 1965 Rustenburg-) also known as Botha, Johan is an Austrian singer.

His albums: BBC Music, Volume 18, Number 2: Das Lied von der Erde and .

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Zeebee

Zeebee (June 29, 1965 Aalen-) also known as Eva Engel is an Austrian singer.

Discography: Chemistry, Priorities and Be My Sailor.

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Tony Wegas

Tony Wegas (May 3, 1965 Oberschützen-) also known as Anton Hans Sarkozi or Anton Hans Sarközi is an Austrian actor and singer.

His albums include Lai lo lai.

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Stefan Vladar

Stefan Vladar (October 2, 1965 Vienna-) also known as Vladar, Stefan or Stafan Vladar is an Austrian conductor and pianist.

Related albums: , Piano Concerto No. 5 "Emperor" / Piano Sonata No. 15 "Pastoral", Piano Concertos Nos. 2 & 5, Piano Concerto No. 1 / Rondo in B flat WoO 6, Piano Concertos Nos. 3 & 4 and Piano Concertos nos. 4 & 5 "Emperor".

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