Saint Privat (band)

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Saint Privat
Origin Vienna, Austria
Genres Electronica with
Bossa nova
Years active 2002 - present[1]
Labels Dope Noir Records
Members Valérie Sajdik
Clemens Wabra
Anacole Daalderop
Daniel Moussier
Past members Erwin Schober
Ruediger Kostron

Saint Privat is a group formed in 2002 by singer Valérie Sajdik and electronica musician Klaus Waldeck, named after the village of Saint-Privat in France, where Valérie decided to live.[1]

Saint Privat's first album Riviera, released in 2004, led to the band being awarded the Amadeus Austrian Music Award for newcomer of the year in 2005. This success was followed up in 2006 by Superflu, which shifted the balance from the electronica towards the musicians.



  • Tous les jours (2004)
  • Somebody to love (2006)


  • Riviera (2004)
  • Superflu (2006)


  1. ^ a b Valerie Sajdik, accessed 2010-10-28