The repertoire for solo guitar includes works from the Baroque period, such as f.e. the Ciaconna from Johann Sebastian Bach up to major works from the classical period, Fernando Sor “Mozart-Variations” or Mauro Giuliani “Gran Sonata Eroica”, all main Spanish music by Tárrega, Albéniz and Rodrigo as well as Southamerican music starting from works by Heitor Villa-Lobos to Astor Piazzolla. To listen to some of his solo repertoire performed live in concert go to downloads.

Klaus Jäckle also inspired a lot of contemporary composers to write for him: René Eespere, Werner Heider, Heinrich Hartl, Stefan Hippe, Stefan Hummel, Klemens Vereno.

Chamber music plays an important role in his life: either in the Duo flute / guitar, or violin / guitar which is documented in various CDs and broadcastings or as a member of the Spanish Art Guitar Quartett with Klaus Feldmann, Heike Matthiesen and Brigitte Breitkreutz.

As a solo artist and a chamber musician in demand, he appears with artists such as Irena Grafenauer, flute, Mate Bekavac, clarinet, Tabea Zimmermann, viola, Los Romeros, the string quartet of the Gewandhaus Leipzig and many others.

Lately he focussed on working with singers. He recorded and was on a 100 concerts sold out tour through Germany with the “Götterfunken” project from Marshall & Alexander. The record got gold status!
2008 released a vinyl recording with songs from Franz Schubert “Nacht und Träume” (Night and Dreams) with german singer Monika Teepe.
He also did several performances of Franz Schubert “Die schöne Müllerin” with different singers in his own transcription with a lute from 1890.

Find out his actual Duo with flutist Wolfgang Auer and their repertoire at Duo-Auer-Jäckle