Shows: Vaillant Arena, 13 and 14 February, each rom 8 p.m. Duration of the show: 2 hours and 45 minutes (20 minutes break included)
In 2013 Art on Ice made its first appearance in Davos. The premiere quickly sold out. That’s why in 2015 there will again be two shows in the spectacular ice stadium in Davos.
The stars on stage:
NELLY FURTADO (The Canadian with Portuguese roots is considered as one of the most successful singers of our times. Furtado has sold more than 16 million albums and nearly 18 million singles worldwide. She won a Grammy in 2002 for her hit “I’m Like A Bird”.)
TOM ODELL (In 2012/13 the 23 year-old from Chichester captured the music scene with his folksy melancholic Indie pop sound. In 2013 the singer-songwriter-pianist won the Brits Critics’ Choice Award, his debut album “Long Way Down” reached number one on the UK charts and his hit single “Another Love” became the hymn of the summer festival season.)
MARC SWAY (Marc came into contact with music and show business early in his life. In 2008 Sway released his single “Severina”, a song he wrote in 2006 to his wife for their wedding. In 2009 “Severina” was nominated as best Swiss song at the Swiss Music Awards. Sway became a member of the jury and a coach in the 2013 and 2014 versions of the singing casting show “The Voice of Switzerland”. He is currently causing a sensation with his “Black & White” album.)
Art on Ice 2015: Olympic Winners and World Champions in Anniversary Ensemble
TATIANA VOLOSOZHAR & MAXIM TRANKOV (Two times 2014 Olympic champion in the pairs and in the team event with Russia, World champions 2013)
TESSA VIRTUE & SCOTT MOIR (Olympic champions in ice dance 2010)
KSENIA STOLBOVA & FEDOR KLIMOV (Olympic silver medalists pairs and 2014 Olympic champion in the team event with team Russia, this season the Worlds silver medalists 2014 won the Grand Prix events in Moscow and Bordeaux)
CAROLINA KOSTNER (World champion 2012)
STÉPHANE LAMBIEL (World champion 2005 and 2006)
DAISUKE TAKAHASHI (World champion 2010)
SARAH MEIER (European champion 2011)
FLORENT AMODIO (European champion 2011)
JOANNIE ROCHETTE (Olympic bronze medalist 2010)
GABRIELLA PAPADAKIS & GUILLAUME CIZERON (The French ice dancers won silver at the Junior World Championships 2013, this season Gabriella and Guillaume won the Grand Prix events in Shanghai and Bordeaux)
FIONA GABRIELLE ZALDUA & DMITRI SUKHANOV
LE PATIN LIBRE
Davos Platz (departure 11:20 p.m.) – Davos Dorf (departure 11:25 p.m.) – Klosters Platz – Saas – Küblis – Schiers – Malans – Landquart (arrival 00:43 a.m.) – Landquart Ried – Igis – Zizers – Untervaz – Trimmis – Haldenstein – Chur (arrival 01:13 a.m.)
The train ticket is not included in the entrance fee.
For car drivers to St. Moritz: the Vereina tunnel is open till midnight.