Swiss Art Gate UAE is proud to announce the tenth anniversary edition of Swiss Days! We will be celebrating this milestone – under the patronage of the Embassy of Switzerland to the UAE – by presenting two dynamic Swiss productions that are sure to delight and thrill the enthusiastic public at the Madinat Theatre, Souk Madinat Jumeirah Dubai.
PEGASUS represent innovative pop music. The most successful pop band in Switzerland signed last year a major contract with Columbia Music Germany and is ready to challenge the international market. The award winning trio who has already won gold and platinum records, looks back on a number one chart position and on several top ten singles. Their newest album is called “Beautiful Life”, launched in June 2017.
Mostly their songs are about life, people in various situations, people who want to quit with their past and focus on the new, or people who celebrate their past and try to catch the good moments in life.
Pegasus won 3 times the Swiss Music Awards as “Newcomer National” in 2007, and “Best Hit National” in 2013 and 2015.
FEDERICO SOLDATI is a professional artist and television presenter based in Switzerland. He has been astonishing international audiences for over ten years with innovative mentalism shows.
Born in Lugano Switzerland in 1988, he showed great interest in the art of performance even as a child.
His jump to international prominence occurred in 2012, after his astonishing mentalism performance on the hugely popular Italian television program ‘Italia’s Got Talent’. Federico was ranked third out of 3,000 competitors.
He was invited to participate in numerous television programs on prestigious networks such as Mediaset, Rai and Sky, and he was named host in 2013 of a National Swiss TV program from Monday to Friday on the principal Swiss-Italian network.
Similar to last year’s successful shows with our young artists, we aim to attract the younger generation of the UAE with our concert, and we add another level to our program with the mental / magician performance of Federico Soldati, which is very rarely seen in the region.