Music this week, of course, but also cinema, an urban art festival or the return of the famous corn maze for children.
dance and sculpture
In the Villa Kenwin, a gem of Bauhaus architecture in the town of La Tour-de-Peilz, the guest is invited! The sculptor Étienne Krähenbühl invites two dancers from the Compagnie Julio Arozarena to a dialogue with his works this Saturday.
La Tour de Peilz, Villa Kenwin Ch. du Vallon 19 Sat 2 July (2-4 p.m.) www.ekl.ch
There’s something to do with artists who have traveled from all over the world to paint or sculpt, but also to hear and taste at Artichoke, an urban arts festival that unfurls all its tentacles Friday through Sunday in the medieval town of Estavayer. For the joy of discovery!
Sartorius in Vevey
One of today’s most inventive drummers, Julian Sartorius, is moving to the Oriental for a residency with keyboardist Dan Nicholls. The two musicians improvise over filmed sequences by Louise Boer, recorded in nature around Vevey. Environment and sound, same fight.
Vevey, East Free admission every evening at 8:30 p.m. until July 2nd. www.liveinvevey.ch
The volley of 10 stars among the stars has already begun in Park Mon-Repos. Further west is another park that lures outdoor moviegoers to the sign of the Bobines de Valency with a first film – there will be four in all on July 15th, 12 Tess” by Steven Wouterlood. A nice story about children on vacation on a Dutch island. A penetrating look at children’s games.
Every year, Urba Kids invites you to get lost in a cornfield and follow the riddles composed by Christine Pompeï in the footsteps of their heroine Maëlys. What for the little ones to gently excite their brains and cultivate themselves like nothing by spinning in the footsteps of stolen fruits and vegetables this year.
Notes at the castle
The Château de La Sarraz reopens its gardens for the 3rd edition of its free summer Thursday concerts. After Le Beau Lac de Bâle, the organizers Philippe Laedermann and Olivier Schlatter – who rely on a fixed circle of volunteers – bring together Nicolas Fraissinet, Aliose, The Long John Brothers, the Pandas Royals and Z-Bros in this extraordinary setting.
La Sarraz Castle Next concert Thursday, July 7, 8 p.m.: Fraissinet www.les-jeudis.ch
Stetson, Boots and Country meet in Écublens for two days dedicated to the American West. Matching groups (The Drunken Leprechauns, Blue Acoustic Flavor, Paul Mac Bonvin, etc.), Itou Food (bison salami), and multiple booths to reveal country music’s little-known diversity when done well.
The Ateliers de la Côte invite Brigitte Meyer to a solo concert with her favorite repertoire. The pianist from Lausanne plays “Romances without Words” by Mendelssohn and sonatas by Schubert.
Medieval music with the women’s vocal ensemble in Via and Lionel Desmeules, organ around sacred pages by Hildegarde de Bingen. This concert opens the Summer Organ series in Romainmôtier every Sunday until August 28th.
Romainmôtier, abbey church Sun, July 3 (5 p.m.). FREE ADMISSION. Concerts-romainmotier.ch
Exhibition: The Cow!
Dairy cattle no longer pay! In the 1960s, a handful of French-speaking breeders launched a revolt that would have a lasting impact on cattle farming across the country. At the heart of their struggle: the selection of animals that favored primarily their appearance and not the productivity of their offspring. The exhibition in Baulmes tells of this episode in Swiss farming history, a “war of the cows”, which reported in the media between 1964 and 1967 about fraudulent border crossings with cattle or seeds.
Baumes, Museum Friday, July 1 (from 5 p.m.), Saturday, July 2 and Sunday, July 3 (2 p.m. to 5 p.m.) www.museebaulmes.ch
The Friborg International Festival of Sacred Music is experiencing its 19th Biennale since its inception in 1986. Always very diverse in its selection, the event once again brings together the best performers of early music from the West: the German, Czech and Italian traditions. is defended Ambassadors ~ La Grande Écurie, Damien Guillon and his Banquet Céleste, Ensemble I Gemelli and the highly anticipated Dutch Bach Society, which has just celebrated its 100th anniversary. Concerts stamped “Colors of the World” leads us from Valais to Guinea, from Georgia via Iran to Egypt. MCH
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