drummer session

saf sap new generation.

Saf Sap new generation comes from a musical family from Mbour on the coast in Senegal. For generations they have been connected to music. The dancing, singing and drumming was born in the cradle. Since childhood the stage is their world. Their goal is to share their culture.

 

dead milly.

Zurich based alternative rock band Dead Milly floats somewhere between the mediterranean sea, wanderlust and the urgent need for loud guitars. They threw their individual musical tastes into one pot and stirred vigorously in this soup of metal, rock'n'roll and pop music. Bassist and singer Carmen and drummer Julia have jammed along for years before they found guitarist Bojana as the perfect match for their sound. In spring 2017 they recorded their first demotape with 4 songs. Several small club and pub gigs followed across Switzerland.

For Lean In Switzerland  they will perform songs in an acoustic version.

live concert

 

gosia proc.

“Gosia Proc, originally from Poland, moved to Zurich four years ago to pursue her career as a Regional Assistant at Credit Suisse. She balances her busy work life with her passion for Yoga and travelling.  Some of you might know her from Yoga Tribe, a school based in Zurich, where she teaches vinyasa flow on a weekly basis. In 2017 Gosia successfully graduated from her 250hrs Yoga Teacher Training at POP UP YOGA Zurich and has now enrolled to the renowned Hatha Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh (India) where she continues to follow her dream and challenge herself a little more every day.”

stretch your muscles and clear your head

 

one thousand leaders

art exhibition

daniel eisenhut.

Daniel Eisenhut is an artist sparking debate about women and leadership wherever he goes with his ground-breaking project ‘One Thousand Leaders’ which unites people around power-walls of women leaders.

He grew up in Israel with a Swiss father and Israeli mother and discovered both his creative side and the strength of women whilst serving in the Israeli military. He has taught art all over Switzerland and Europe and strives to represent undervalued or alienated peoples while questioning social norms.