Concert : Vernissage de l'album de Kala

Concert : Vernissage de l'album de Kala

– Nos seules limites sont celles que l'on s'impose. Un dicton qui résonne dans la tête de Mathieu Ségur alias Kala. Ce jeune auteur-compositeur-interprète-batteur est un touche-à-tout naturel et...more

Vitalic - Electron Festival

Vitalic - Electron Festival

– We don't need to present Pascal Arbez-Nicolas, aka Vitalic, anymore. Figurehead...more

Day snowshoe walk

Day snowshoe walk

– Every Friday and Saturday, an easy snowshoe...more

«pop@basel»

«pop@basel»

– Pop and rock have been an important part of youth...more

Concert : Vernissage de l'album de Kala

Concert : Vernissage de l'album de Kala – Nos seules limites sont celles que l'on s'impose. Un dicton qui résonne dans la tête de Mathieu Ségur alias Kala. Ce jeune auteur-compositeur-interprète-batteur est un touche-à-tout naturel et talentueux.

Nos seules limites sont celles que l'on s'impose. Un dicton qui résonne dans la tête de Mathieu Ségur alias Kala. Ce jeune auteur-compositeur-interprète-batteur est un touche-à-tout naturel et talentueux.

Concert : Vernissage de l'album de Kala

Vitalic - Electron Festival

– We don't need to present Pascal Arbez-Nicolas, aka Vitalic, anymore. Figurehead of the French electronic scene, he has made the public dance for over ten years now and remixes the greatest, from Björk to Daft Punk, via Röyksopp, Moby, Birdy Nam Nam and Jean-Michel Jarre...In case of Electron Festival, concert starting at 9 pm with Deltron 3030 and Proxy and...

We don't need to present Pascal Arbez-Nicolas, aka Vitalic, anymore. Figurehead of the French electronic scene, he has made the public dance for over ten years now and remixes the greatest, from Björk to Daft Punk, via Röyksopp, Moby, Birdy Nam Nam and Jean-Michel Jarre...In case of Electron Festival, concert starting at 9 pm with Deltron 3030 and Proxy and...

Vitalic - Electron Festival

Day snowshoe walk

– Every Friday and Saturday, an easy snowshoe walk, meet the inhabitants of our forests, learn to recognise animal tracks and understand their life in winter. Armed with a magnifying glass, set off to look for the secrets of snow crystals on the snowy paths around Crans-Montana. Includes: guide, entertainment. Equipment to bring with you: high-ankle walking shoes, skiwear, gloves, hat, small rucksack with a snack and drink. Bookings: no later than Wednesday evening. 8 people minimum, families, children welcome. The meeting point will be arranged depending on snow conditions. Departure 17:00, Aminona

Every Friday and Saturday, an easy snowshoe walk, meet the inhabitants of our forests, learn to recognise animal tracks and understand their life in winter. Armed with a magnifying glass, set off to look for the secrets of snow crystals on the snowy paths around Crans-Montana. Includes: guide, entertainment. Equipment to bring with you: high-ankle walking shoes, skiwear, gloves, hat, small rucksack with a snack and drink. Bookings: no later than Wednesday evening. 8 people minimum, families, children welcome. The meeting point will be arranged depending on snow conditions. Departure 17:00, Aminona

Day snowshoe walk

«pop@basel»

– Pop and rock have been an important part of youth culture and popular culture for a good half century. Pop music tends to be international in character and has made its mark everywhere, including in Basel This exhibition highlights Basel's own regional brand of pop and rock from the first Swiss rock 'n' roll recording of 1957 to the Black Tigers Rap sung in Basel dialect and the role of Basel-based bands in the Eurovision Song Contest. Radical changes in listening habits, venues and media are among the issues of historical relevance to be addressed in the exhibition, including the advent of electric and electronic instruments and how music is "consumed".

Pop and rock have been an important part of youth culture and popular culture for a good half century. Pop music tends to be international in character and has made its mark everywhere, including in Basel This exhibition highlights Basel's own regional brand of pop and rock from the first Swiss rock 'n' roll recording of 1957 to the Black Tigers Rap sung in Basel dialect and the role of Basel-based bands in the Eurovision Song Contest. Radical changes in listening habits, venues and media are among the issues of historical relevance to be addressed in the exhibition, including the advent of electric and electronic instruments and how music is "consumed".

«pop@basel»