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Pick of the month  | March 2019

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Ram dam Jam
© Ville de Genève


The Ramjamdam Festival welcomes the approaching arrival of spring

Get on your little dancing shoes and come celebrate the arrival of spring at the MEG! The Ramjamdam Festival invites children aged two to 10 to discover music from the five continents. In this third edition of the festival, the concepts of “renouveau” and “carnaval” are explored through workshops, shows, concerts and demonstrations.
The Ramjamdam Festival is conducted every year, through a partnership between the Ateliers d’ethnomusicologie (ADEM) and the Musée d’ethnographie de Genève (MEG).


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23-24 March | Musée d'Ethnographie de Genève (MEG)

© Musée d’art et d’histoire


Take the plunge at the museum’s upcoming AQUAFTERWORK event

Join the upcoming after-work event at the Musée d’Art et d’Histoire, AQUAFTERWORK, and discover the museum’s collections around the theme of water: painted Greek hydras in lakes, rivers and oceans are accompanied by other sea creatures from ancient mythology, as well as Roman artefacts recovered from the Rhône.
The evening’s theme extends to talks, the ambience and the music, with DJ Mirlaqi playing throughout the event. Visitors are welcome from 6pm to 11pm, and admission is free.


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28 March | Musée d'art et d'histoire (MAH)

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Moving mechanically towards less effort

Answer this question: how do you move a large amount of weight without pulling a muscle? Hosted by the Musée des sciences in Geneva, the bi-lingual Roulez les mécaniques exhibition is engaging and educational. Since ancient times, humankind has developed a range of techniques for moving and carrying heavy loads. Here, families are given the chance to roll up their sleeves and learn simple mechanical movements behind moving large amounts of weight with minimal effort.


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Until 15 September | Musée d'histoire des sciences

Musée d'histoire des sciences
© Cédric Marendaz / Philippe Wagneur
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© Le Motet de Genève


Le Motet de Genève & Orchestre Symphonique Genevois at the Victoria Hall

In collaboration with the Orchestre Symphonique de Genève and hosted by the Victoria Hall, Le Motet de Genève will sing Schumann’s Nachtlied op 108 and Symphony No 1, “Spring”; and Brahms’ Gesang der Parzen, op 89 and Schicksalslied op 54. The concert is directed by Romain Mayor, and will take place at 5pm on March 17. Tickets range from CHF 10 to CHF 45.
Le Motet de Genève is a choir group of nearly 70 singers, with a repertoire covering baroque to contemporary music.


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17 March | Victoria Hall

Groove N Move
© Groove'N'Moove


Geneva’s 9th hip-hop festival

In March, Geneva will be overcome by urban dancing, in all of its artistic effervescence, during the 9th Groove’N’Moove festival. Born in the streets of America’s largest cities, urban dancing such as break and hip-hop have travelled across oceans and cultural divides to captivate audiences around the world.
Groove’N’Move will showcase talented artists’ performances, as well as offer audiences a chance to get on the floor, at different venues throughout the city. Ticket prices start at CHF10.


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15 to 26 March | Various Locations

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The Red Cross Museum revisits the concept of Prison

What would it be like to have your freedom restricted? How does imprisonment change our society? The Red Cross Museum invites visitors to stop and consider our shared responsibility in the complex issue of incarceration.
Prison is a bold and unconventional exhibition, going beyond walls to explore all aspects of detention, including social reintegration and restorative justice. Produced in collaboration with the Musée des Confluences in Lyon and the Deutsches Hygiene-Museum in Dresden.

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Until 18 August | MICR

© Mathieu Pernot
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Musée Ariana
© Ana Nicole


Fall in love with Musée Ariana’s latest exihibition on love in nature

Come celebrate love at the Musée Ariana, the Swiss museum of glass and ceramics. Created in partnership with the Fondation Cap Loisirs, “Aimer d’amour – an ode to nature” invites visitors to the museum to experience a large display of painted ceramics and sound in the grand hall, inspired by the love life of animals and plants.




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Until 14 March | Musée Ariana

Voix de Fête
© Voix de Fête


Voix de Fête is back for its 21st edition

The Voix de Fête festival returns, bringing a programme bursting with talented francophone artists, including young musicians who are carving a space for themselves in the public eye, as well as seasoned veterans.
Created in 1999, the festival aims to support and give visibility to artists who choose to express themselves in French, across a variety of musical styles. Tickets can be purchased for individual concerts and events, but festival passes for the full six days are available for CHF 120.

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19 to 24 March | Various Locations

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Iron sculptures tell the story of a kingdom far, far away

The Musée Barbier-Muller invites you to an exhibition about asen, iron altars from the former kingdom of Dahomey (today southern Benin). In the local tradition, asen were seen as a link between the worlds of the living and the dead, and these little sculptures open a door to understanding the region’s culture, history and artists.
The museum is open to visitors every day of the year, from 11am to 5pm, and full-price tickets are CHF 8.


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Until 26 May | Musée Barbier-Muller

Barbier Muller
© Musée Barbier-Muller

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