BILL LOVELL: inspirational and commited educator
Bill Lovell, who has died aged 77, dedicated over 40 years of his life to excellence in education. A respected, much-loved and inspirational educator, Bill touched the lives of thousands of children.
New vintage posters
Gstaad’s nostalgic tourism posters and postcards have always been popular.
The Landing has Landed
For the first time at Gstaad ARTHANGAR – the New York based curator Romeo Bucher brings together the works by three quite different but closely related artists.
“Vienna – Beethoven delayed”
The 66th Gstaad Menuhin Festival & Academy "Vienna - Beethoven Delayed" concert programme has been delighting audiences at venues across the Saanenland since it opened on 15 July. But if you haven’t had the chance to attend a concert yet, don’t worry. The programme doesn’t end until ...
Charlotte Cotton is an international championship runner. Born in London, she lives in Spain, represents Belgium and spends large parts of each year in the Saanenland. Charlotte carved time out of her packed training and racing schedule to talk to GstaadLife.
GstaadLife No 6 | Editorial
The little (i) in online!
One of the great joys of having my job is the large number of people I get to meet and the even larger amounts of information I must choose from when selecting material for each print issue.
The joys of packing for an eventful summer in Gstaad!
A sunny Golf & Yachting Day
The annual GYC Interclub Golf & Yachting took place for the sixth time in glorious weather. This year's winners are Franz Wehren and John Gogol.
SWISS MADE - an art exhibition
Gagosian's current exhibition in Gstaad is called Swiss Made: From Ferdinand Hodler to Urs Fischer. It is a group exhibition of painting, drawing, and sculpture by modern and contemporary Swiss artists and people associated with art brut.
A different cow parade
It is commonly said that there are as many cows in Saanen as there are inhabitants. Currently, there are probably a few more as model cows from all over Switzerland are on display in the Museum der Landschaft in Saanen.
The fine art of papercuts
“Typically Swiss” – a symbol of home, originality and authenticity – a fitting theme for the fine art of paper cutting. The theme was deliberately chosen for the 10th-anniversary of the Swiss decoupage exhibition.
REVIEW: When pictures say more than words. Never mind that your German might not be fluent; this collection it's certainly a good enough reason to look back at history.
There’s a scene in ‘The Sound of Music’ where Maria and the children are enjoying a picnic in the mountains. An idyllic scene of relaxation and play.
Watersports on a mountain top - who knew?
The Gstaad region boasts some incredible summer activities, yet the latest must-do experience is a little more unexpected…
The luxury of time: Gstaad habituee at the forefront of bejewelled cuff watch renaissance
Chic and glamour are alive and well and in the Limelight!
Casper Ruud is definitely the King of Swiss clay
The defending champion did it again! Casper Ruud takes the winner's trophy at the EFG Swiss Open Gstaad for the second year in a row. He won in three sets against the Italian Matteo Berrettini.
Albinati at the Polo
Business in private aviation is booming as it has transformed from private aviation being a luxury to an essential part of a lifestyle.
The magnificent Ms Meyer
Eternal Mozart, with his musical interpreters, shower us with their talents. Sabine Meyer and the Kammerorchester Basel gave us all that we could want to make the evening journey in thunder and rain to the Saanen Church a major musical event.
Virtuoso visionary - Interview with Renaud Capuçon
Renaud Capuçon is a world-renowned violinist and artistic director of the International Menuhin Music Academy (IMMA), the resident orchestra of Le Rosey based at its Rolle campus.
The Menuhin Academy Soloists will perform at the Gstaad Menuhin Festival on the 14th of August, for ...