Posts made in July, 2010


After the first few Shows of “Dällebach Kari – das Musical” the reception by the press and audience is phenomenal and more than we ever could have expected. (the music department of the show: from left to right: Moritz Schneider, Michael Reed, Robert Emery and me)   Below some quotes from reviews: A Triumph of Swissness: from the red firm over the lake to the Bern March on the stage, everything fits together in...

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Posted on Jul 23, 2010 in News

If you want to be even more up-to-date than what’s written on my web page, you can join my brand new facebook fan page. I will publish short news, audio clips, videos and other information there on a regular basis so you will not miss a single thing that is going on. If you want to join, simply click the link below and press “Like” and always get the newest information right to your facebook start page. Robin...

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On July 14th we were supposed to have the premiere of “Dällebach Kari – Das Musical”, however due to bad weather forecast, the premiere was moved to Monday, July 19th. Regular shows started on July 15th so we’ve had 3 shows so far but no premiere yet :) I’ve been (except for some interruptions for Prague, London and Leipzig) in Switzerland for 4 weeks now, being at rehearsals and watching the show grow...

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There’s so much happening at the moment, that I hardly manage to keep my site updated. After I’ve scored the movie “Liebling, lass uns scheiden” during the last few weeks (parallel to going to London, attending rehearsals in Thun etc.) we went to Prague on July 6th, to record the orchestral score for the movie. This time, the music was a bit different from what we’ve done before as it incoporates a jazz...

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3 days ago, I flew over to London to conclude a project that I have been working on for months now. In February I got commissioned by the great New York based violinst Anna Karkowska to write her a violin concerto which was going to be recorded with the London Symphony Orchestra in the famous Abbey Road studios. I, of course, did not hesitate a moment and started working on it right away. It was supposed to be a very filmic sounding...

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