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A Fine Romance - humorous swing revue with Julia Schiwowa and Samuel Zünd


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Humorous show with duets from showbiz with jazz trio. Swing, dance and a love and crisis story for Julia Schiwowa & Samuel Zünd, written by the Graubünden director Felix Benesch.


12.04.2024 from 19:30 to 21:30 o'clock
13.04.2024 from 19:30 to 21:30 o'clock

What if the next morning you realize that your new crush is dancing on the same stages as you? In "A Fine Romance", a male and female singer fall in love with each other, even though they never wanted to.

"A Fine Romance" is a show with the most beautiful duets from the great era of showbiz. The swinging song recital is also a couples therapy on an open stage. The two protagonists give us insights into the ups and downs of a fundamentally unwanted relationship.

The crucial question is: Should they continue as a duo? Or are they better off as soloists?

"A fine Romance" is an entertaining evening for dreaming, smiling, remembering – and sometimes also for (self-)critical reflection.

In 2020, the "Melody Carousel" celebrated its premiere at the KKL Lucerne. We embodied the stars of that time – Caterina Valente and Vico Torriani with glimmer and glamour on the big show stage. This awakened in us - Julia Schiwowa and Samuel Zünd - the idea of packing the old great duo hits into a program of togetherness. Because: What builds up over the years, yes, decades of joint stage work, has been shown to us by the greats. A prime example is the sibling duo Caterina and Silvio Valente, who thrilled the audience with breathtaking dynamics and synchronicity. For our idea we were able to win the Graubünden director Felix Benesch, who has written a love and crisis story for us – A FINE ROMANCE!

Directed and written by: Felix Benesch
Choreography: Robina Steyer
Arrangements: Jonas Arnet

Daniel Rieser, piano
Gabriel Meyer, guitars and bass
Jan Geiger, drums


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