The fairy tale made flesh
Whether it's wondrous fairy tales, dark legends or foolhardy events - Jürg Steigmeier, the deadly serious "backwoodsman" from Aargau, gives the imaginary and incorporeal far beyond the Swiss border a voice that cannot be ignored. The storyteller embodies what one had longed for in one's own childhood days, a long time ago: the fairy tale made flesh.
Of course Jürg is a narrator, but he doesn't tell the story as straightforwardly as we read a fairy tale to our children to help them fall asleep. Jürg Steigmeier tirelessly researches old fairy tales and sagas and their variations, detaches them from their classical models, transports them into the present and creates something new. Just as it has always been customary and customary. Jürg Steigmeier not only feels connected to this wondrous world, he virtually embodies it and has been letting adults and children in German-speaking countries and abroad participate in it for years. What he tells turns into an unheard-of event that has just happened just now in this way and no other.
Jürg Steigmeier works together with various musicians from the new Swiss folk and theatre music scene. From Doppelbock, Christine Lauterburg, "Giigämaa" Matthias Lincke to Pflanzplätz or Patrik Zeller, the possibilities are many - depending on the occasion and budget.
|Jürg Steigmeier solo|
|In formations with|
|Thomas Aeschbacher Örgeli||2'000.00||flat-rate|
|Patrik Zeller Music||2'000.00||flat-rate|
|Christine Lauterburg Yodel, vocals||2'000.00||flat-rate|
Included in the price
|-||Fee of the artists|
|-||If necessary microphone and amplifier systems|
|-||Illuminator and lighting system if required|
Solo or with musical accompaniment
Size of audiance1 to 200 people
Area of application
Whole of German-speaking Switzerland
from 150 persons Amplifier system with headset