In her first solo program "La Vie en Rose" Jennifer Ribeiro Rudin combines classical chansons with other melodies.
Attuned to love from head to toe, singer and pianist Jennifer Ribeiro Rudin is touring Switzerland with her first solo program "La Vie en Rose" and is also visiting us in her Basel home at the Tabourettli. Always on the trail of this one great feeling, she moves nimbly through different languages and styles and mixes up 100 years of chansong history just like that. Fluently connected by amusing anecdotes, the notorious classical chansons nestle up to surprisingly different melodies with and without vocals. Sometimes poetically gentle, wistful, choked with tears, and then frivolous, cheeky and shrewd - the colorful potpourri promises an evening of emotions.
Jennifer Ribeiro Rudin studied in Basel, trained in Munich, Zurich, Milan and New York and feels at home on different stages, from musical theater to classical choral concert. In her solo program, she shows her affinity for text-sensitive interpretations - and as a literary scholar with French roots, she is completely herself.
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