Sarcelles

CNRS researcher chosen to evaluate violin project

The French Education Ministry, with its Evaluation, Forward Planning and Performance unit (DEPP), has chosen researcher Philippe Coulangeon to assess our “A violin can change the world” project. After becoming a professor (agrégé) of social sciences in 1992, Philippe Coulangeon served as a Research Fellow at France’s National Center for Scientific…...Read more

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Sarcelles year-end concert: A trip around the world

On June 15, our four- and five-year-old violinists from Albert Camus school in Sarcelles presented their first year-end concert, held in André Malraux Hall and inspired by the theme “a voyage around the world.” Dressed in black and white like professional musicians, the children were eager to show the progress…...Read more

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Busy weekend for attendees at Foundation’s first all-school seminar

On March 16-17, we hosted a weekend seminar in Veyrier-du-Lac, France for all of our violin teachers and administrators from the Swiss and French schools participating in our A violin can change the world project. The primary goals of the event were to lay the groundwork for a set of “educational…...Read more

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Amandine Beyer visits the children at Albert Camus school in Sarcelles

On behalf of the children at Albert Camus school in Sarcelles, violin teacher Delphine Ferchat sent us this report on their day with a special guest. The celebrated violin soloist Amandine Beyer (explore her website here) visited the school under our partnership with the Fondation Royaumont. We had a wonderful…...Read more

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Swiss radio network RTS2 interviews Hélène Vareille

On January 17, Swiss radio network RTS2 aired a program entitled L’enfant musicien, l’enfant musical (Child Musician, Musical Child ), featuring an interview with Hélène Vareille on the fundamentals of our A violin can change the world project. Interview with Hélène Vareille (in French) Full show (in French)  ...Read more

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