Event Alpenstadt Chur


The audience is the choir! Together with Flurin Caviezel we sing hits and much more. And if someone doesn't hit the tone exactly, no problem. Those left and right will drown this out.


07.09.2022 from 19:30 to 21:00 o'clock
CHF 15.--
Restaurant Marsöl

For once you can see and hear the Graubünden musician and cabaret artist Flurin Caviezel not only, no, everyone sings together with him!

Especially after the past two years, when Corona has restricted singing together, the need to sing together again is great. But it's about much more than singing, it's about community, it's about bringing our society back together.

Singing relaxes, singing makes you happy and when you sing, the cuddle hormone oxytocin is released. All this can be experienced when singing with Flurin.

The text is projected on the cinema screen and off you go. Together instead of lonely. And if someone doesn't hit the tone exactly, no problem, those left and right will drown it out.

Why are the songs projected onto a screen? There are already apps with all lyrics and you can assume that every person in the hall has a smartphone. The big disadvantage, however, is that everyone then just stares at their own mobile phone. When projected onto a screen, the eyes are directed forward together and not only the text but also the animator, in our case Flurin Caviezel, is perceived.

Quite deliberately, the singing is only supported by a piano. On the one hand, this has the advantage that tempo and key can be adjusted immediately, directly and easily and, on the other hand, that the vocals are given more space, more sound.

On one evening, three sets of about 20 minutes are sung. The songs of the individual sets have a common motto. This can be, for example, a season, a special category such as love songs, or songs of a certain music group such as .B. Abba or Beatles. In addition to various languages, songs in our cantonal languages, Walser German, Romansh and Italian also have a firm place in the repertoire.


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