Edith Lettner’s interests lie primarily in jazz, improvised music, African music and music from diverse regions in the Middle East. She plays alto and soprano saxophone and duduk, an Armenian woodwind instrument. She performs internationally with numerous unique artists and bands and she has recorded several CDs.
Her frequent collaboration with musicians from other cultures and artists from other art genres has made her an incredibly versatile artistic personality.
Some of the international musicians Edith has worked with: Leopoldo F. Fleming (USA), Warren Smith (USA), Donald Smith (USA), Lonnie Plaxico (USA), Alex Blake (USA), Kenny Wessel (USA), Ras Moshe Burnett (USA), Dafna Naphtali (USA), Mara Rosenblum (USA), Matt Lavelle (USA), Jed Distler (USA), Howard Curtis (USA), Steve Dalachinsky (USA), Banning Eyre (USA), Yacouba Sissoko (Mali), Thione Seck (Senegal), Suleymane Faye (Senegal), Cheikh Ndao (Senegal), Vero La Reine (Cameroun), Prince Zeka (Kongo), Celia Mara (Brazil), Nariman Hodjati (Iran), Zoreh Jooya (Iran), Hernán Hecht (Mexico), Alessandro Vicard (Italy), Julia Siedl (Austria), Beate Reiermann (Austria), Uli Scherer (Austria), Gerhard Graml (Austria), Karl Sayer (Austria), Stefan Wagner (Austria) and many other great and very inspiring musicians.