An open Morning
Lena-Lisa Wüstendörfer, Intendant, ANDERMATT MUSIC
Raphael Krucker, CEO Andermatt Swiss Alps AG
Lukas Roos, clarinet
Daniela Roos, cello
Patricia Ulrich, piano
Introducing ANDERMATT MUSIC: Come and take a peek at what happens behind the scenes of a concert performance, and enjoy coffee and croissants as you find out how a symphony orchestra functions and what the new concert season has to offer. The Trio Sorriso will be in attendance to provide well-known melodies, musical pearls and salon music. Admission is free.—
Just over a year and a half ago, the new ANDERMATT MUSIC team, led by its Artistic Director Lena-Lisa Wüstendörfer, got to work at the foot of the Gotthard. Since then, they’ve been offering Andermatt all-year-round music events with diverse, varied concert programmes. To open our third season, we’d like to welcome you to an open morning and look forward to engaging in a dialogue with you.
We should like to take this opportunity to introduce ANDERMATT MUSIC and its programme. Lena-Lisa Wüstendörfer will tell you how the concert business works, and what musical delights await you in the forthcoming season. Our Artistic Director will engage in conversation with Raphael Krucker, the CEO of Andermatt Swiss Alps AG, to explain the importance of ANDERMATT MUSIC for the region. Please don’t hesitate to ask questions, nor to join in the discussion.
As an ideal accompaniment to coffee and croissants – offered by ANDERMATT MUSIC – the Trio Sorriso will present highlights from their new programme “Schwiizer Schümli” to mark their fifth anniversary. Its three musicians Lukas Roos (clarinet), Daniela Roos (cello) and Patricia Ulrich (piano) will play smooth coffee-house music with a Swiss touch that will go straight to the heart. Their programme will range from Toni Leutwiler’s “Brummbärpolka” and Hazy Osterwald’s “Kriminaltango” to Paul Burkhard’s “Oh mein Papa”. They will also play “Con un sorriso” by Fabian Müller, a Swiss “coffee-house” suite that he composed especially for the Trio Sorriso, and which is based on Swiss folksongs. This will be a colourful medley of music, and a lovely foretaste of the diverse programme of ANDERMATT MUSIC in 2023/2024.
Entrance will be free. We look forward to seeing you!
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