"Criminal" - musical measure for convicts and the innocent
The trio behind bars! Triturated by the cabaret, the musicians broke up in a fight. But in search of a more glamorous life they all slipped on the wrong track. Now they find themselves in the same cell. Fate could not have devised a more cruel punishment! For the program "siJamais: criminal" the trio uses numerous literary, cinematic and musical models. "Chicago," "Down by Law," and "Orange is the New Black," As usual, the three artists skillfully bring together different musical styles: Own and foreign, chansons and hits, klezmer and pop, catchy tunes and rediscoveries, originally arranged. A lustful interplay between touching humour and winking melodrama.
Incognito - three women go underground
Freedom's a dangerous fucking place. That's what the three women of siJamais realized after their prison break. The police on their necks they separate and go into hiding. Scattered around the globe, each of them escapes to a new identity. When their covers are about to be blown, the global network gives them a surprising loophole... As in "Criminal", siJamais juggle with different musical styles:
Catchy tunes are rewritten, hits are arranged in unusual ways. Chanson and pop as well as reggae and klezmer are part of it - and even a trashy musical dance interlude! With clarinet, piano and double bass and their sonorous voices, the three professional musicians give the evening its unmistakable touch.
Music humor for all situations
The Bernese music comedy trio offers two programmes: "criminal" and "incognito". Both shows can also be booked as short versions. In "incognito" the story
after the prison break. However, both programs can also be enjoyed on their own. The siJamais ensemble has been performing on Swiss theatre stages since 2003. Longtime fans are familiar with the earlier programmes "fatal normal" (2014), "Hauptsache dabei" (2011), "Frauen sind keine Engel" (2008), "Raccolta" (2008) or "Rouge" (2006). With its new programme "kriminell", the music cabaret from Bern once again enchants a wide audience.
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Mia Schultz: clarinet, vocals
Simone Schranz: double bass, vocals
Jacqueline Bernard: piano, singing
Size of audiance10 to 500 people
Area of application
All of Switzerland
siJamais plays semi-acoustically (with a small system) for small events, while for larger rooms and numbers of people siJamais plays with a technician and a large system.