Since 2020 there have been four different artistic formats in which we’re trying out new ways to share and spread music, besides also developing relevant topics of our time and new musical content.

guerilla-action

Spontaneous pop-up concerts that aim to surprise different communities. Until this day, there have been more than 50 actions in places and venues like Openair Wipkingen, Fête des Vignerons or Sertig Schwinget. Our cooperational partners for the guerilla-actions include institutions and companies such as Kunsthaus Zürich, SBB or Zoo Zürich.

WG (Wohngemeinschaft, engl. shared flat)

Artist-WG: A kind of “hackathon” for new concert formats. A transdisciplinary group of artists from all different kinds of backgrounds comes together to work on new musical content. During a whole day (or even a longer period of time) they share both the process and the results with an everchanging audience.

Soulfood Delivery

Mobile mini concerts that can be booked by individuals. The concept was created within the first weeks of the lockdown in March 2020. It proved that there is both a demand for live music and ways to make live concert experiences actually happen.

Inspired by the growing demand of food deliveries, the concept of musicians giving short open-air concerts right in front of people’s doorsteps, in backyards and gardens, was very well-received. Over 60 deliveries in five different cantons have been booked since the lockdown. Other institutions such as TOBS in Biel also picked up on the format.

s’Fäscht

An experimental platform for innovative concert formats that aim to address a diverse audience and have a strong focus on participation. (e. g. Letten Love back in 2019: The audience was invited to write their own love letters or poems. After the audience chose their favorite pieces, the two winner’s texts were transformed into songs and premiered the same night.)

Click here to read more about the format and the concerts back in 2019.