Event Alpenstadt Chur

Marie Louise Werth - Nadal Tour 2023



15.12.2023 at 20:00 o'clock
Category 1: CHF 99.50
Category 2: CHF 81.40
Category 3: CHF 71.30
Category 4: CHF 50.80
Kirchgemeindehaus Titthof

60 years of "MillY"


Marie Louise Werth and her band, consisting of Heinz Affolter (guitar), Charlie Weibel (drums), Thomas Custer (bass), Mihaly Horvath (keyboards), Erica Rohrer (vocals) as well as new young talent and special guest Viviane Nüscheler (harp), will once again provide extremely atmospheric Advent concerts after the enthusiastic echo of 2022 and previous years. The Christmas tour "NADAL" promises to be a special experience for the eyes, ears and heart. Good music from all over the world, mixed with Werth's own compositions, make Christmas wishes come true with touchingly beautiful and unforgettable moments even before the big presents. It may well be called an anniversary tour, because the Graubünden singer celebrates her 60th birthday this year. For the 17th time in 2023, Marie Louise Werth and her band will delight audiences at six locations in Switzerland in an original and emotionally charged Christmas show. Even after forty years in show business, Werth shows no trace of aging in her vocal abilities. Her timbre has matured and has gained warmth and finesse, while the radiant force of her organ is still simply blowing away. Secure your seat early and let yourself be sprinkled and infected by the versatile lively entertainer and Graubünden lady at the piano - immerse yourself in the magical splendour of Christmas 2023.

Marie Louise Werth has great successes to her name
Marie Louise Werth has long been one of Switzerland's great voices. The thoroughbred musician from Graubünden has been able to inspire for four decades with her warm and unmistakable voice, as well as with her talent at the piano. In 1983 she appeared on stage for the first time as the lead singer of the Graubünden singing group FURBAZ (Lausbuben). Six years later, the big breakthrough followed: With Werth's composition, FURBAZ represented Switzerland at the international Concours Eurovision de la Chanson (ESC) in Lausanne in 1989. Through it, 600 million television viewers will experience Switzerland's fourth national language for the first time at this Song Contest. Her entry "VIVER SENZA TEI" became a hit, went down in Swiss history and to this day remains the first and only Rhaeto-Romanic entry in the largest international music competition. The audience is thrilled. Shortly thereafter, the FURBAZ received the coveted PRIX-WALO for the best entertainers of the year 1989 from the Swiss show scene. This is followed by full concert halls and the first gold record. And the success continues: In 2004 FURBAZ made their comeback with 13 Christmas tours of superlatives and were rewarded again in May 2014 with the coveted PRIX-WALO trophy as audience favorites.

Also successful with a solo program
Parallel to her involvement with the group FURBAZ, Marie Louise Werth started her solo career in 1992 in the program "Benissimo". Since then, she has been consistently successful with various solo projects in various live formations and with her 17-piece Mountain Swing Big Band and the "CAN YOU FEEL THE SWING TONIGHT" program. In addition to being nominated twice by the Swiss show scene as a solo artist in the singing category, Werth received the "Hanns Seidel Foundation Promotion Prize for Young Song Poets" from Bavarian Radio in 1993. The award took place at the open-air festival "Songs on a Summer Evening" in front of over 10,000 concertgoers in the Banz Monastery. From 2001 to 2004, Marie Louise Werth and the storyteller Jolanda Steiner rode a wave of success with music for the little ones. This was followed by a number of children's CD productions, including the series "Letters from Felix" with the popular cuddly bunny. The sympathetic and authentic artist from Surselva now has a wide repertoire and sings loosely in several languages. However, her preference is still for her mother tongue, Rhaeto-Romanic. "I am deeply touched by how Switzerland's fourth national language is still held in high esteem and loved by the public today," said Milly, as she is known to her closest friends. This year, the exceptional talent celebrates his 60th birthday! For this special event, her new single with video "SALUT MA VIE" will be released on Friday, June 23, 2023. In addition, Werth and Jolanda Steiner will be back on the children's stage in the middle of the year with their new live program "s'Traumfrässerli". Her picture exhibition "EXPOSIZIUNS DA MALETGS 2023" should also be mentioned here, because Marie Louise Werth has many facets, not only musically. For about fifteen years, Werth has been translating her sounds to the screen with great passion. The sound as such does not only trigger a stroke on the piano keys, but at the same time a wonderful image in the visual imagination. In the meantime, this has become an impressive series of works, which will be made accessible to the public in autumn in a broad-based art exhibition in the gallery at Seeweg 3 in Sachseln OW - 60 years and not a bit quieter!

Marie Louise Werth


Kirchgemeindehaus Titthof

Tittwiesenstrasse 8, 7000 Chur

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