Events - 09.05.2018 - 00:00 

Theatre, art, fine cuisine and concerts: Cultural days in St.Gallen

HSG students are extending an invitation to the public culture days in the city and on campus at the University of St.Gallen from 14 to 18 May 2018. Concerts, art and theatre are on offer. During the five culture days, guests can also make pasta, dance the salsa, taste wine and visit a book bazaar. The series of events is being organised by all cultural societies at the HSG.

9 May 2018. The culture days programme is as diverse as the societies taking part: During the day there will be lectures and workshops on subjects from the fields art, theatre, music, fine cuisine and literature. In the evening, the programme will include theatre shows and music.

Guided art tours on campus

A tasty morsel comes in the form of an art tour of the wine and art society at the HSG: visitors can view artworks on the campus and then taste a matching wine afterwards at the MeetingPoint. Daniel Frei, founder of the vegetarian restaurant Tibits in St.Gallen will also be speaking on the subject of meat-free fine cuisine.

Concerts and student theatre

In the evenings, the HSG Big Band and uni choir will be holding concerts. The student theatre will be bringing Bertold Brecht's "The Good Person of Szechuan" to the stage. The culture days will come to a close with a concert involving the Swiss artist Ana Scent and the Swiss Music Award Winner James Gruntz.

All events are open to the public. Booking is required for some events. Information on individual events is available online and during the festival in the culture days lounge in the university's main building. It will be open from 10.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m. daily and snacks and drinks will be available for visitors. The festival band can be purchased for five Swiss francs, giving the holder reductions to events for which there is a charge.

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