my vision: Let us all create a CORONA OF LIGHT AND LOVE around the Earth, to bring forward the truth and heal the people’s hearts and minds. -
Due to the Corona crisis only few concerts are scheduled. Please have a look at the bottom of this page. Seminars are being resumed.
The time has come that you shall remember who you are.
Forever have you been and shall eternally be.
You have come
to feel the joy of creation,
to see its beauty
and infinitely love
all there is.
For all is thyself in myriad forms.
Each moment you create yourself
and a thousand worlds around.
Your being is bliss, perfection and light.
Rejoice my friend, Rejoice
Markus Stockhausen, 1989
On June 3rd, 2021 I have been awarded the German Jazz Prize in the category “Best Brass Player” and my recent CD “Wild Life” has been nominated for “instrumental album of the year”. I feel great joy and thank all people, family, friends, musicians, labels, managers who supported me for so many years.
The new triple CD WILD LIFE has been released by SONY – see more
You may be interested in my Worldwide Ethical Manifesto
HAMDELANEH – The new LP/CD by Markus Stockhausen and Alireza Mortazavi
“Far into the stars” – The new CD by Quadrivium released by OKeh/Sony, Winner of the German Echo Jazz Price 2018.
We are proud to present our new CD „Eternal Voyage live“ , released by OKeh/Sony in 7/2018
featuring Markus Stockhausen (flh), Rabih Lahoud (voc), Tara Bouman (cl), Alireza Mortazavi (santur), Hindol Deb (sitar), Jarry Singla (p) and Bodek Janke (perc).
Eternal Voyage live (Sony OKeh),
A wonderful new video of the recent project “WILD LIFE” made by WDR/ARTE-TV can be seen here.
I wish all people of this precious Earth to find inner PEACE, with oneself and with one’s family, friends and neighbours. Enjoy good music. Music is a vehicle to our deepest feelings, to our soul. The main message to ALL countries and leaders in this turbulent times must be to promote brotherhood / sisterhood between ALL human beings, helping, supporting each other. Let us all live that dream of a united and peaceful mankind where EVERYBODY can enjoy life. It is in our hands.
No more wars
Only a small minority of people on this planet is interested in wars. Some world leaders, politicians, military people, weapon makers, financiers. Maybe a few million people maximum.
But compared with the 7.5 billion people on this planet today, this is a very small group. Why should they have the saying always ?
Can’t we stand up as humanity, the vast majority of people and speak out loudly: NO MORE WARS ! Enough !!
So much suffering, killing is involved.
Can’t we find better ways to communicate and argue if necessary ?
In sports, olympics, championships, in art, music, theatre, politics … there are so many fields of expression where we can execute our quarrels and fight on a much more sublime level if necessary.
Let’s all be sure about our vision: NO MORE WARS ON THIS PLANET. Finish, forever !
If nobody supported wars anymore, they were finished tomorrow. All atomic weapons could and should be abolished immediately anyway – and all others too.
Let us all work on compassion, respect, support, acknowledgement of our cultural and religious differences, but, PLEASE, peacefully.
We are one humantity, and we are all responsible for the future of our children and this precious planet Earth. Let us create a collective positive vision: a beautiful and healthy environement with a loving and joyful atmosphere.
May you be blessed.
- New CD by Moving Sounds: Ritual two people, one space, making the moment audible, our ritual, no words – just music.
sample or more about Moving Sounds incl. new video.
- New CD ALBA by INSIDE OUT In July 2015 Florian Weber and Markus Stockhausen recorded together with producer Manfred Eicher for ECM in Lugano. ALBA is available now !! CD ALBA
- “All About Jazz” review on ALBA “A welcome return to ECM for Stockhausen and an impressive label debut for Weber, Alba represents two musicians distanced by nearly twenty years but brought together through a common sense of purpose, rare intuitive abilities, and exceptional instrumental acumen and improvisational élan.” Complete article