Event Alpenstadt Chur

Reformiart, khusch drus? - The Sound of the Reformation

What did music sound like at the time of the Reformation? The multi-instrumentalist Elisabeth Sulser brings ancient sounds to life. Free admission, collection. Followed by an invitation to an aperitif


12.10.2023 from 19:00 to 20:00 o'clock
Regula Church

"The Sound of the Reformation"
Elisabeth Sulser brings ancient sounds to life

What once many people risked their lives for is now a matter of course for many. What did the Reformation mean in the past, and what does it mean today? How has it changed not only our faith, but also our ordinary everyday lives? And why should all this still be important in times of smartphones and social media? A series of events with clever presentations, entertaining conversations and wonderful music.

What did music sound like at the time of the Reformers? Certainly different from today: more colorful, more characteristic, more haunting. Elisabeth Sulser, recorder player and expert on early music, gives us resounding samples from the 16th century. In dialogue with the musicologist Stephan Thomas, she gives an insight into the world of sound on the threshold between the Middle Ages and modern times.

You are cordially invited to the aperitif afterwards

The event is open to the public and free of charge. The collection will be used for the social project "HEKS/EPER Gardens Chur" and the support of the non-profit association "machbar"




Martin A. Senn

Storchengasse 7, 7000 Chur

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