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Violinist Renaud Capuçon joins violin teachers for live Q&A!

On March 26 we held a training day for violin teachers at the French schools in our A violin can change the world project. With pandemic restrictions still in place, we replaced our retreat to the countryside with a virtual roundtable, where our coaching/training team covered the basics of our…...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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Regional media showcase Persan and Sarcelles

On May 28, preschool and primary classes at Paul Eluard 2 had a visit from a television crew from TNT viàGrandParis and VOnews, two networks covering the Paris region. Rehearsals for the school’s year-end concert were in full swing, giving classroom instructors and violin teachers the perfect opportunity to highlight the project’s…...Read more

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A research on teaching methods for “a violin can change the world”

Our team is delighted to welcome Charles Garnier, a violinist, violin teacher and assistant in the education department at the Geneva University of Music. In 2018 Charles will work with Clément Dumortier, Project Director for our A violin can change the world program, to conduct a study that will identify…...Read more

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Violin project launched in France!

On Friday, 29 September, we held a celebration at Paul Eluard elementary school in Persan (just north of Paris) to kick off the newest phase of our project. The participating four- and five-year-olds and their parents gathered at 17.00, and the children were formally presented with their violins.   For…...Read more

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