Leonie Barandun grew up in Obersaxen. She also writes in her native Walser language. Her columns have been published in "Südostschweiz" for years, as a journalist she writes specialist articles and her latest work "Runggali der kleine weisse Gamsbock" is a story for children. "Runggali", some columns and legends from Obersaxen are the three parts of the reading, i.e. the literary-musical afternoon in Tschiertschen. Mario Giovanoli accompanies them on various instruments, commenting, contradicting and illustrating the stories aimed at children and adults. The Chur Giovanoli is a multi-instrumentalist, musician and composer of quiet and loud tones in a wide variety of styles. All this with the landscape and the village of Tschiertschen in the background, an afternoon for the senses. Meeting point: 15:00h, Fuchsabödali Tschiertschen. To be announced in detail. In rainy weather: Erlebnisstall, Tschiertschen (079 451 98 75)
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