Müller: "Letting go is a part of life"
Christoph Müller's Farewell: Reflecting on Nearly a Quarter Century of Artistic Direction.
In this interview, Christoph Müller, who has devoted almost 25 years to the Gstaad Menuhin Festival, discusses his decision to step down and the remarkable journey that led him to this point.
Christoph Müller Announces Departure from Gstaad Menuhin Festival
The acclaimed Artistic Director of the Gstaad Menuhin Festival & Academy, has revealed his intention to conclude his role at the end of the three-year cycle titled "Change 2023-2025."
On a rainy day like today, there's nothing I enjoy more than diving into a good book or plotting my next adventure to some far-off destination. In fact, the research phase is almost as thrilling as the trip itself. Speaking of exploration, did you realize that beyond offering valuable day-to-day ...
GoldenPass Express Receives Prestigious Accolade from National Geographic
In a remarkable achievement, the GoldenPass Express, (the scenic train journeying from Montreux to Interlaken), has earned the title of the world's most beautiful train, as declared by the renowned National Geographic magazine.
Anja von Allmen Shines Bright in a Memorable Week with Alinghi Red Bull Racing
Last week, twenty talented sailors converged in Barcelona for the final phase of selection trials organised by Alinghi Red Bull Racing for their Youth & Women’s America’s Cup teams. While all participants had a busy and enriching experience, it was a particularly remarkable week for Anja ...
Taki Theodoracopoulos Faces Sentencing for Attempted Rape in Gstaad
A Startling Legal Battle Unfolds in Gstaad.
In a shocking turn of events, 87-year-old Panagiotis "Taki" Theodoracopoulos recently stood trial before the criminal court in Thun, accused of attempting to rape a journalist back in 2009. This incident has sent shockwaves through the tranquil ...
Is "The Palace" making its way to Gstaad?
The subgenre of satirical films that skewered the ultra-rich is thriving and experiencing a surge in popularity by the minute. In just the past two years, we've witnessed the likes of Ruben Östlund's "Triangle of Sadness," Brandon Cronenberg's "Infinity Pool," and Mark Mylod's "The Menu," ...