Tscho Theissing (arrangements) is a celebrated arranger, equally at home in transcriptions for symphony orchestra as chamber music, opera or jazz. He has collaborated with a wide range of artists such as Michael Heltau, Georg Breinschmid, Avishai Cohen and the Clarinotts. He spent 25 years as principal second violin of the Vienna Volksoper during which time he also founded the Vienna Theatre Musicians. His passion for jazz and improvisation can be seen is his long commitment to the international Jazz Quartet “pago libre”. “La femme c’est moi” is his third collaboration with Elisabeth Kulman after “Mussorgsky Dis-covered” and ”Hungaro Tune”.