Bad RagARTz and Klosters Music
People who are open to the charms of music are usually also sensitive to the visual arts. And those who love art also love music. In order to bring these two strands together in their entirety across the regions, Klosters Music and the Swiss Triennial of Sculpture Bad RagARTz have come together this summer to deliver two outstanding events. In keeping with the motto of this year’s Bad RagARTz: “Distance sharpens the eye and art creates closeness”. And this “closeness” is important, reports Rolf Hohmeister: “I am passionate about connecting people and generations through culture. And these connections must go far beyond the regions, Hohmeister continues. Because: “In this way, we deepen people’s cultural awareness.
But not only this: We mutually strengthen our positions and our events. We know that shared enjoyment brings a range of benefits. We can look forward to this shared enjoyment again on 2 July in Bad Ragaz at the preview of Klosters Music as part of the jointly organised concert “Second Home”. While Klosters Music moves into the beautiful Rhine landscape, Bad RagARTz is starting out in the imposing mountain world of Klosters: During the summer concerts, guests of Klosters Music can expect a world-class artistic surprise in the atelier of Klosters sculptor Christian Bolt.
Professional guided tours and inspiring workshops for children
If you want to immerse yourself in the works and the exhibition beyond the pure enjoyment of art, then a tour through the exhibitions by one of our professional guides is highly recommended. But this is not reserved for adult visitors only. For no one is too small to be an art lover. Under the expert guidance of museum educators, the youngest visitors take their first steps in the world of art in the exhibition.
In any case, a day at Europe’s largest open-air exhibition, which is free of charge, is well worth it. The region also has a lot to offer beyond the pure enjoyment of art: Superb wines, great cuisine and the wonderful landscape of the Bündner Herrschaft mean visitors are happy to stay for a while.
More information: www.badragartz.ch
Kunst und Musik: Ein Stelldichein mit Klasse
On 2 July 2021, the Grand Resort Bad Ragaz will host the additional concert “Second Home”. The concert is actually the start of the collaboration between Klosters Music and the Swiss Triennial of Sculpture. We look forward to seeing the wonderful cellist Sol Gabetta and the outstanding pianist Kristian Bezuidenhout, who will perform sonatas for cello and piano by Mendelssohn and Brahms. More information can be found here.
Around 450 works by 83 artists from Switzerland and all over the world invite you to take an art walk that is as stimulating as it is relaxing through the extensive parks of the St. Gallen spa town of Bad Ragaz: a day at Europe’s largest open-air exhibition, which is free of charge, is well worth it. More information about the 8th Swiss Triennial of Sculpture Bad RagARTz can be found here.
While Klosters Music moves into the beautiful Rhine landscape at the gateway to Graubünden, Bad RagARTz is starting out in the imposing mountain world of Klosters: During the summer concerts, guests of Klosters Music can expect a world-class artistic surprise in the studio of Klosters sculptor Christian Bolt. But we are not revealing any more on this just now.