Jazz, opera, Fado and rap arrive in Moutier this summer.
To the heart of Watch Valley and what was once a shooting range comes the three-time Grammy award winning American jazz artist, Dee Dee Bridgewater, at this year’s edition of Moutier’s biennial Stand’Été Festival. Spearheaded by Alain Tissot, the festival also serves up Verdi’s La Traviata this season, alongside a performance by Portugal’s pop music vocalist, Carminho (Fado), and the French rapper, Sako, who came to fame with music created for the 1998 French film Taxi. Sako unveils a brand new hip-hop recording at Stand’Été this season. Grab a bite at Coin des Saveurs makeshift restaurant just outside the hall two hours prior to show time, and don’t forget to taste the local Stand’gata cuvee prepared by Cave St. Germain while you’re there.