A musical journey around the world

Backstage with KapWeine

Sunday, 8 January 2023, 17.30 hours in the Zentrum Oberwis hall, Seuzach

KapWeine offers the opportunity to enjoy a South African wine safari and contributes to promoting culture. To facilitate access to classical events, we are increasingly working with artists. Enjoy a classical music night with a glass of South African wine as a customer. What’s remarkable – with our tickets, you can enjoy an aperitif with fine nibbles backstage after the concert and talk with the soloists!

On 8 January 2023, the anniversary gala «Musical Journey Around the World» promises a journey through the senses with well-known works by Handel, Vivaldi, Mozart, Rossini, Paganini or Brahms. Visitors can also enjoy famous overtures and opera excerpts, such as Carmen, La Traviata, La Bohème or Rigoletto.

E. Tanaka (soprano), Ch. Wang (tenor), C. Hauri, G. Sanvito, V. Miecznikowski, M. Ferrazini, A. Rast and F. Rossi will show their talent on stage and let us travel around the world with classical music.

«All soloists have won numerous international 1st prizes. Join us with family and friends – everyone will be thrilled!» Daniel Moos, the musician and host of this evening, told us in an interview.


Saal Zentrum Oberwies

The Zentrum Oberwis hall in Seuzach will be responsible for hosting a unique evening. The venue has 300 seats and ideal acoustics for music events to enjoy the concert comfortably.

Tickets cost Fr. 49 for adults (normal price) and Fr. 25 for students. Children up to 14 years are welcome free of charge.

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KapWeine offers 30 backstage tickets at a special price!
CHF 39.00 instead of CHF 49.00

Afterwards, enjoy an aperitif with South African wines from KapWeine and fine snacks. The whole thing takes place backstage, where you can talk with the soloists! Seats are limited and will be processed in the order in which orders are received. The discount is exclusive to customers who buy in our shop. You will receive a confirmation from us after the successful reservation. 

Daniel Moos

Moos is a musician, presenter and producer of musical events. He graduated from the Conservatorio Della Svizzera Italiana in Lugano in 1989 under Nora Doallo. 1990 Master class under Irwin Gage at the Zurich Conservatory.

1984 Jazz improvisation workshop by Roger Kellaway, New York and film music seminar under the direction of the composer Paul Glass and the music and film scholar Dr.Hansjörg Pauli.

Since 1995 he has recorded numerous classical music CDs with great success and audience interest. As a musician and event producer, Moos has continued to be active in the audio-visual world. He is committed to supporting young artists and promoting cultural activities to broaden the audience for classical music.

Photo: Guidle
Erika Tanaka, Sopran

Erika Tanaka

Erika Tanaka was born in Tokyo. She made her soprano debut in July 2019 as Violetta Valéry in «La Traviata» by G. Verdi (Conticello / Bernard) in the Teatro Comunale di Bologna production.

The Teatro Comunale in Bologna has been the venue for many of her debuts. In particular: in December 2018, Zerlina in «Don Giovanni» by W.A.Mozart (Mariotti / Sivadier); in July 2018, Lauretta in «Gianni Schicchi» by G.Puccini (Conticello / Brunetti); in June 2018 «A voice from heaven» in «Don Carlo» (Mariotti / Brockhaus); in 2017 Serpina in «La Serva padrona» by G. B.Pergolesi (Conticello / Giardini); while in 2015 she was Norina in «Don Pasquale» by G. Donizetti (La Malfa / Marras) and in 2012 Aristea in «The Olympiad» by Myslivecek (Dohnànyi / Golàt).

Photo: Lirica international

Erika Tanaka, Sopran

Chuan Wang

He was born in China. Chuan studied singing at the Guangzhou Conservatory, where he obtained his first-level diploma in 2012. He continued his studies in Italy at the Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory in Milan. He enriched his experience with performances such as Ernesto in Don Pasquale, Tonio in Ponchielli’s I Promessi Sposi, Nemorino in L’elisir d’amore, Orff’s Carmina Burana and master classes and qualified in important international singing competitions.

His projects include the Duke in Rigoletto conducted by Daniel Oren in Gilbert Deflo’s historical production, Ramiro in the children’s version of La Cenerentola and the tenor role in the world premiere of Madina at La Scala, Pang in Turandot and Duca in Rigoletto at the Teatro del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, Carmina Burana in Brussels, Gernando and Ubaldo in Rossini’s Armida in Marseille.

Photo: Opera Base

Chuan Wang, Tenor

Claude Hauri

Since his childhood and until he obtained his teaching diploma at the Conservatorio Della Svizzera Italiana, he was taught by Taisuke Yamashita. His further studies led him to Alain Meunier, Zara Nelsova and to Raphael Wallfisch at the Musikhochschule Zürich, where he graduated with a Konzertreifediplom. Solo cellist of the Ensemble Prometeo of Parma, he also played as principal in the Jeunesse Musicale World Youth Orchestra. As a soloist and chamber musician, he pursues an intense concert career, performing in concert series throughout Europe, Australia and South America. As a soloist, he has performed with numerous orchestras, including the Orquesta Sinfonica Nacional Argentina, the Orchestra Della Svizzera Italiana, the Orchestra Antonio Vivaldi, the Orchestra di Fiati Della Svizzera Italiana, the Orquesta Sinfonica de Entre Rios, the Orquesta Sinfonico Uncuyo, the Orchestra da Camera di Mantova and conductors such as Piero Gamba, Reinaldo Zemba, Jeff Silberschlag, Carlo Balmelli, Franco Cesarini, Kevin Griffiths, Mario Ancillotti and Luis Gorelik. He is a cellist of the Trio des Alpes with whom he performs worldwide. Photo: Claude Hauri

Claude Hauri

Flaviano Rossi

He was born in Milan and graduated from the «Giuseppe Verdi» Conservatory under Maestro G. Montrucchio. He passed the subsequent soloist diploma with distinction under professors B. Cavallo and G. Cambursano. He completed his basic musical education with master classes with Professors M. Larrieu, J. Galway and C. Klemm.

As a prize winner of several international competitions and after many years as a flautist in symphony orchestras (Teatro Alla Scala, Orchestra Sinfonica RAI, Orchestra Sinfonica di S. Cecilia di Roma, Pomeriggi Musicali di Milano, Orchestra Sinfonica G. Verdi), he taught at the Civica Scuola di Musica in Corsico from 1994 to 2014 and currently at the Upper Engadine and Central Grisons music schools.

He also performs extensively as a chamber musician and soloist.

Photo: Davos Musik

Claude Hauri

Giovanni Sanvito

He studied oboe at the Civica Scuola di Musica in Milan under the direction of the maestros A. Caroldi, G. Toschi and F. Pomarico. He graduated with distinction from the Conservatorio G. Verdi in Milan in 1990. Parallel to his oboe studies, he attended conducting, piano and composition courses.

From 1992 to 1996, he regularly worked with the RAI Symphony Orchestra in Turin.

1st classified, Sesto San Giovanni, 1st ranked (1990), Asti, 2nd ex-aequo (1989), Meda, finalist (1990), Cremona, finalist (1991), Rovereto, 2nd ex-aequo (1992).

Since 1995, in parallel with his concert activity, he has collaborated with various music schools as a teacher of oboe, solfeggio, piano and choir. Since 2018 he has conducted the Philharmonic Orchestra of Arogno, where he continues to be active.

Photo: filarmonica-arogno

Giovanni Sanvito

Veronika Miecznikowski

Born in Basel in 2000, she took her first violin lessons at age five with Anna Paraschiv in Turin. She then studied with Anna Modesti at the Pre-College of the Conservatorio Della Svizzera Italiana in Lugano and later with Marco Rizzi at the Pre-College of the Musikhochschule Mannheim. She was concertmaster of the Orchestra Giovanile Della Svizzera Italiana from 2014 to 2017 and is a prize-winner of several national and international competitions, including the «Premio Crescendo» in Florence and the Swiss Youth Music Competition. Among her solo performances, the world premiere of Fabio Arnaboldi’s Suite for Violin and Orchestra with the Philharmonic Orchestra of the North Caucasus in Kislovodsk, Russia, deserves special mention. In June 2021, Veronika performed with the Orchestra Della Svizzera Italiana for the Festival Ticino DOC. In November, she plays with the Kurpfälzisches Kammerorchester in Mannheim, where she wins the Mozart Prize of the Kurpfälzische Mozartgesellschaft.
In June 2022 she wins the 2nd prize at the «Concours d’Interprétation Musicale de Lausanne». Photo: Violinista

Claude Hauri

Milo Ferrazzini

Born in 2000, Milo started playing the cello at 4. In 2015, he was admitted to the Pre-College in Lugano in the class of Prof. Yamashita.

He won awards in inter- and national music competitions; in 2018, he won 1st prize in the highest category in the Swiss Youth Music Competition. Thanks to this success, he receives a scholarship from the Ruth and Ernst Burkhalter Foundation. In 2019 he won the 1st prize at the Entrada of the SJMW category Duo and the 1st prize with the Trio con moto in the Jugend musiziert Landeswettbewerb Germany.

He has performed at music festivals in Switzerland and abroad, including the Seuzach Concert Series, Musica Nel Mendrisiotto, Abendmusiken Willisau, Bellagio Music Festival, and Festival ECHOS.

In recent years he has attended numerous master classes given by Professors R. Wallfisch, R. Dieltiens, R. Rosenfeld, E. Dindo, W. Yang, T. Wick and J. Goritzky.

Photo: Tobs

Claude Hauri

Annika Rast

She was born on 22 July 2001 and began her flute lessons at 6 with Francesca Gianoni at the music school of the Lugano Conservatory. In 2016, she was accepted into the Conservatory’s «Pre-college» course as a junior student and was a pupil of Alfred Rutz until 2020. In 2018 she performed the flute concerto in G major by W.A.Mozart with the Orchestra da Camera del Locarnese and in March 2019 with the Orchestra Giovanile del Conservatorio Della Svizzera Italiana. In 2017 and 2018, she held the position of the first flute in the Orchestra Giovanile Della Svizzera Italiana, with whom she toured Italy and Spain. In 2018 and 2019, she will also participate as the first flute in the Soli Deo Gloria Ensemble Orchestra and the Orchestra da Camera del Locarnese. From 2017 to 2019, she is a member of the Trio con moto (flute, violoncello, piano), with which she won 1st prize at the «Bundeswettbewerb Jugend Musiziert» in Germany in 2019. Since 2019 she has been a member of the Bavarian State Youth Orchestra. In addition to her flute activities, she has been singing in the Coro Clairière since 2010 and takes singing lessons with Barbara Zanichelli. Photo: La Regione

Claude Hauri

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KapWeine bietet 30 Backstage-Tickets zum Spezialpreis!

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Afterwards, enjoy an aperitif with South African wines from KapWeine and fine snacks. The whole thing takes place backstage, where you can chat with the soloists! Seats are limited and will be processed in the order in which orders are received. The discount is exclusive to customers who buy in our shop. You will receive a confirmation from us after the successful reservation.