Art On Ice takes place from 31st January to the 3rd February with Leona Lewis, Swiss singer Seven and a fantastic line-up of European and World figure skating champions demonstrating their skill and expertise on ice at the Hallenstadion in Oerlikon.
After Zurich, Art On Ice will go on to be staged in Lausanne, Davos, Helsinki, and finally Stockholm. There are only a few tickets left so for more information please go to the website.
Yesteday was the final day of rehearsals before the show begins and the skaters were going through their paces. The Russian figure skating champion Adelina Sotnikova, who finished 2nd last week in Zagreb at the European figure skating championships, was also busy rehearsing.
Swiss singer “Seven” was accompanying them on vocals as they practised their complicated routines. Seven is no stranger to “Art On Ice” having participated for the first time back in 2010.
There has been a small change in the line up as due to injury Jewgeni Plushenko is unable to take part and instead French skating champion Florent Amodio, European Champion 2011, who took the silver medal last week at the European Championship 2013 in Zagreb will be attending. French ice skaters Nathalie Péchalat & Fabian Bourzat are also unable to perform as Fabian has also been injured and Victoria Sinitsina, 17, & Ruslan Zhiganshin, 20, the current World Junior figure skating Champions, will now be performing.
Video: If you’ve never been to Art On Ice before click here for a short video of Aljona Savachenko and Robin Szolkowy to give you some idea of what you have in store for you if you go along to Art On Ice.