Musiques Suisses

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for Swiss classical music,
new folk music and jazz

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CD of the month

Am Bruch zur Moderne

Swiss songs after 1900 “The Swiss tend more to yodelling than to cubism” wrote the Dadaist Hugo Ball in 1916. This cliché of early modern Switzerland being averse to artistic progress, limping behind all others, has proven durable, though the truth was of course not so straightforward More... More...

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Grammont Sélection 7

The train comes to a halt near the winemaking village of Épesses by the banks of Lake Geneva, roughly halfway between Lausanne and Montreux. A path leads up to a wine tavern. From the terrace you have a view all the way across the lake to the Alps and the cultivated vineyards of Lavaux, of which Stravinsky once said they reminded him of Cézanne More... More...

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Specialities

Alpentöne

The sounds of the Alps - and the freestanding foundations of tradition: Since 1999, every other year a merry band of music enthusiasts from far and wide has gone on a pilgrimage to the Alps in central Switzerland in order to carry out their musical/spiritual exercises. They know what expects them and that's why they are here More... More...

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News

Zisman / Fulgido - Soul Tango Invasion

The Duo Zisman/Fulgido was born around the turn of the millenium, when Michael Zisman and Sebastien Fulgido met as students at the Swiss Jazz School in Berne, Switerzland. They instantly connected, both on a personal and a musical level. More... More...

News from the music world

Zisman / Fulgido - Soul Tango Invasion

The Duo Zisman/Fulgido was born around the turn of the millenium, when Michael Zisman and Sebastien Fulgido met as students at the Swiss Jazz School in Berne, Switerzland. They instantly connected, both on a personal and a musical level. More...