Stubete

Stubete

Participants of the folklore music week Arosa perform various formations (instruments: Schwyzerörgeli, accordion, clarinet, contra bass, piano...). Free entrance. More info under tel. +41(0)81 353 87 47 or info@arosakultur.ch.more

Duo Concert in the Espace Aurore

Duo Concert in the Espace Aurore

The trumpeter Carlos Baumann and the pianist Léo Chevalley, two jazzmusic fans, improvise around the sculptures and paintings in the Espace Aurore.more

23rd ECSAS

23rd ECSAS

The ECSAS has met regularly since 1968, and has provided an important...more

Stubete

Participants of the folklore music week Arosa perform various formations (instruments: Schwyzerörgeli, accordion, clarinet, contra bass, piano...). Free entrance. More info under tel. +41(0)81 353 87 47 or info@arosakultur.ch.

Participants of the folklore music week Arosa perform various formations (instruments: Schwyzerörgeli, accordion, clarinet, contra bass, piano...). Free entrance. More info under tel. +41(0)81 353 87 47 or info@arosakultur.ch.

Stubete
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Duo Concert in the Espace Aurore

The trumpeter Carlos Baumann and the pianist Léo Chevalley, two jazzmusic fans, improvise around the sculptures and paintings in the Espace Aurore.

The trumpeter Carlos Baumann and the pianist Léo Chevalley, two jazzmusic fans, improvise around the sculptures and paintings in the Espace Aurore.

Duo Concert in the Espace Aurore
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Parpaner Kinowoche: “Die missbrauchten Liebesbriefe “

Parpaner Kinowoche: “Die missbrauchten Liebesbriefe “
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23rd ECSAS

The ECSAS has met regularly since 1968, and has provided an important opportunity to discuss current research and scholarship on topics relating to South Asia within the humanities and social sciences. The ECSAS conferences now operate under the auspices of the European Association for South Asian Studies (EASAS), a charitable, academic association engaged in the support of research and teaching concerning South Asia with regard to all periods and fields of study. The hosts for the 23rd ECSAS are the Department of Geography and the University Research Priority Program (URPP) Asia and Europe, both at the University of Zurich.

The ECSAS has met regularly since 1968, and has provided an important opportunity to discuss current research and scholarship on topics relating to South Asia within the humanities and social sciences. The ECSAS conferences now operate under the auspices of the European Association for South Asian Studies (EASAS), a charitable, academic association engaged in the support of research and teaching concerning South Asia with regard to all periods and fields of study. The hosts for the 23rd ECSAS are the Department of Geography and the University Research Priority Program (URPP) Asia and Europe, both at the University of Zurich.

23rd ECSAS
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