Robbie Williams said last year at one of his Swiss concerts that the Swiss audience suck! (Especially compared to the Italian ones, he said). He is of the opinion that the Swiss are very reserved and it takes a lot to have us show emotions. Robbie should have met Rebecca Carrington, the English cello player. She and her stage partner managed the impossible: having the Swiss audience sing, clap and dance to African tunes. I was impressed. But it was not only impressive that Rebecca succeeded in getting the Swiss to sing and dance, she did something was even more impressive: she played the cello, named Joe, and sung. And the truly stunning thing is how she plays the cello. In her hand the cello becomes a Spanish guitar, a bass guitar or Shimisen, a Japanese one string instrument. With her incredible voice and her imaginative use of the cello she covers Irish folk music, Scottish bag pipes, Indian Bollywood movie music and Chinese traditional music. It was simply breathtaking to see what kind of sounds a cello can make. Go and see it for yourself, you will be amazed!