On Saturday evening, three celebrities played in the SRF quiz show “1 against 100” for cultural workers. After a shaky party, the singer Baschi from Basel was able to win 26,500 for the Basel rock association.
On Saturday evening three celebrities played for a good cause at “1 against 100”.
The singer Baschi was able to win CHF 26,500 for the Basel rock association.
After the handover, the association will now carefully consider where and how the money can best be used.
On Saturday evening, celebrities Baschi, Isabella Schmid and Claudio Zuccolini were able to put their general knowledge to the test for a good cause in the SRF quiz show “1 gegen 100” -Spezial. The Basel singer Baschi was able to win CHF 26,500 for the Basel Rock Funding Association.
Under the theme of “zäma stah”, the three prominent participants played for institutions that support artists in their professional field. The aim was to win as much money as possible. The three candidates had to ask each other tricky questions and play off 50 colleagues.
Baschi explains in the program: “My heart beats for Basel”. That is why it is important to him that the Basel Rock Funding Association receives its profit. “The association is committed to young rock and pop musicians and supports them to reach their next level,” said the singer from Basel. The 34-year-old seemed to be very sure of the matter. “Well, I certainly won’t go home with zero,” he replied to the presenter Angelique Beldner.
With the last question, the dialect rocker won 6,500 francs and was then faced with the risky decision of whether to stick with this amount or even risk an additional bonus of 20,000 francs. For this, however, his last answer had to be correct in any case. “We’re making a deal. I take the risk. But if I lose everything, I will play a concert and collect donations with it. I will then hand over the acquired income to the development association, ”the Basel bidder assured the moderator nervously.
“Money goes to the scene”
“As the manager, I can already guarantee that the money will benefit the scene,” promised RFV manager Alain Schnetz after the handover on Sunday. “In the interests of appreciation and sustainability, the board of directors and the office take the time to think carefully about where and how the money is best used.” The RFV supports up-and-coming and established pop acts from the Basel region annually with several hundred thousand francs, which it receives as a subsidy from both Basel.
Not only Baschi cleared the show. Comedian Claudio Zuccolini even won CHF 35,000 for the “Chrüz & Quär” cabaret festival. And actress Isabella Schmid earned 9,875 francs for the Swiss Stage Artists Association.