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Amazing Melody Gardot

Like many, I discovered Melody Gardot through her second album "My One and Only Thrill" and immediately took to her soft voice and elegant style. Last night, Fabienne and I had the opportunity to go and listen to her...

Justice prevails

One thing leading to another, I just discovered that Muse were giving an extra gig in Bern next June, and this time I managed to secure some tickets! Currently playing in iTunes: Unintended by Muse...

Nouvelle Vague in concert in Lausanne

Last night was magical. We were teleported to Les Docks in Lausanne to listen to Nouvelle Vague in concert. It was my first time at Les Docks and I found the place very friendly and well laid out. The...

Tango Boo

We enjoyed Lalo Zanelli & Ombí¹ Sextet at the Parc des Eaux-Vives last night, and I took the opportunity to play around with AudioBoo. Lalo Zanelli - former pianist of the Gotan Project - and his sextet gave the...

Coeur à Choeur

Last night I discovered the Chorale des Bains' new show named í¢â‚¬Å“Choeur íƒÂ Coeurí¢â‚¬Â at La Traverse in the Paquis. So much more than a traditional choir, the Chorale des Bains delivers a full fledge show, tied up in...

An evening with Violeta

I discovered Violeta Parra, a Chilean poet and visual artist, through an remarkable performance of Michí¨le Millner together with Yves Cerf, Paco Chambi and Sylvain Fournier last might at the AMR. Michí¨le Millner interprets Violeta Parra with her heart...

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Hello, my name is David Roessli. I am a freelance web designer and developer based in Geneva, Switzerland.

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