Petruta Kuepper

Liselotte Rokyta

Romanian Ensemble

Peder Rizzi

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Gheorghe Zamfir
Concert with Ensemble During the celebration of the DAJOERI Pan Flute Festival 20th anniversary, the Grand Readmore


Winter Festivals
Humor Festival Enjoy eleven days of snow and humour at 2000m altitude: for nearly 20 years the Arosa Readmore


Piano
Diana Ketler Diana Ketler was born in Riga into a well-known family of musicians. She made her deb Readmore


Unique Swiss Instruments
Alphorn The alphorn or alpenhorn or alpine horn is a labrophone, consisting of a natural wood Readmore


Forest Stage
Events all around the yearTop international musicians team up with excellent Grisons musicians in the winter for Readmore


New Albums Esenta de Nai Esenţă de Nai (Panflute Essence), Radu Nechifor's debut album, is now available. The album contains a collection of instrumental folkloric songs fr Readmore


Memorandum Hommage an Christian BuxhoferChristian Buxhofer starb völlig unerwartet am 16. Februar im Alter von 52 Jahren. Für Arosa, Graubünden, ja für die ganze kulturelle Schweiz ist s Readmore


Interviews Marius Preda Marius Preda (1977) comes from a musical family. At four years of age he was given a cymbal by his grandmother, and as result became fascinated by th Readmore

Radu Nechifor

Ukulele Group


Arosa Humor Festival 2009

Uta Bresan


Im Zug nach Arosa

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Swiss Music Scene

Once again, the very best artists that the Swiss music scene has to offer and many international stars come often to mountain resorts such as Arosa or St. Moritz and will put on a fantastic show. Here some top players of the Swiss Music Scene offering suave enjoyment:

Melanie Oesch

Twenty-year-old Melanie Oesch grew up in a yodelling family, and she has become the charming and beloved star of the Swiss Yodel Scene. Find out more...

Silvan Zingg

Silvan Zingg is rated as one of today"s finest boogie woogie and blues piano players. He has concerted in more than 30 countries. Find out more...

Anna Rossinelli

Anna Rossinelli sings "In Love for a While" as the #1 selected Swiss artist  in the first semi-final of the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest. Find out more...

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