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June 2024
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Suburb river sketch


the sound gardener andres bosshard lives and listens in züri seefeld. he takes us on his daily walk through the "töbeli" along the wildbach until it becomes the hornbach and then, after crossing several busy city streets, meets the zürisee. we experience how to actively engage with our daily environment through our sense of listening. we learn how to not only interact with our soundscape, but also how to change our own behavior to create a new city sound. alongthe way, we will be surprised by small guerilla actions of musicians, and we will begin this festival together with a walk of several hours along the suburban river, celebrating the free flow.

Start of the walk at 12:30pm, Trammuseum Burgwies #freeflow

Andres Bosshard (sound gardener), Anja Jagodić (accordion), Charlotte Lorenz (cello), Love Lokombe (musician/founder ngwaka son système)

address, direction, accessibility

Forchstrasse 260
8008 Zürich

- take the tram nr. 11 up to the stop "burgwies"

the river sketch is a walk alongside the river through the forest down to the lake. There will be several steps / stairs alongside the walk. The walk will pass public toilets. If you wish to take part in the walk with a wheel chair, please feel free to contact our team and we will arrange a support who accompany you throughout the event. Contact: / 079 398 51 31


Sound artist Andres Bosshard was born in Zurich and is an internationally recognised expert in his field. He playfully designs towers, islands, gardens and skies of sound in the public space; examples include the Expo.02 sound tower at the Arteplage in Biel. He works with architects and landscape designers, advises noise protection experts, publishes on sound art, and lectures at the Zurich University of the Arts. He is a visionary who makes art in the everyday an experience for all.(

Anja Jagodić is a Serbianrooted accordion player based in Switzerland. Graduating from the Hochschule Luzern in 2023 with a specialization in contemporary music, she also holds a Master's degree in classical music performance from Haute Ecole de Musique in Lausanne, earned in 2019. Throughout her academic path, Anja has been recognized with numerous awards in national and international competitions. Her true passion lies in new music and free improvisation, which has granted her the privilege to perform at various festivals across Europe such as, “Luzern Festival”, “Darmstädter Ferienkurse”, “Lavaux Classic”, “Fête de la Musique” and others. She is a member and a co-founder of the Jagodić/Stanković Duo, known for their free improvisation-based music. Her story is one of dedication, pushing musical boundaries, and redefining the accordion's role in the modern musical landscape.

Charlotte Lorenz builds bridges between classical and modern music and works as a freelance musician, cellist, cello teacher and media manager. She discovered her passion for orchestral playing in the Bundesjugendorchester, and her career has taken her to performances with the NDR Radiophilharmonie Hannover, the Bregenz Festival, Klangspuren Schwaz and the Lucerne Festival. 

Best known as a founding member of the band Kokoko! with whom he toured the world, Love Lokombe is a songwriter, singer and multi-instrumentalist based in Kinshasa. He is considered one of the fathers of the alternative musical genre Kizoba zoba.


photos by Anastasiia Garanina