Vernier

School year 2020-21: Making music on a whole new scale

  We are delighted to announce that A violin can change the world will scale up dramatically in September 2020, as we launch the project in 35 new schools in the French département of Val d’Oise, northwest of Paris. Some 2,000 Moyenne-level students (four- and five-year-olds) in Sarcelles, Garges-lès-Gonesse, Gonesse…...Read more

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Two new schools join A violin can change the world in 2019

              As classes begin for the 2019-2020 academic year, the Foundation team is delighted to welcome two new schools to our A violin can change the world project: Emilie de Morsier School in Vernier, Switzerland (Geneva Canton) and Colonel Fabien School in Dugny, France (Seine-Saint-Denis…...Read more

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Big Bad Wolf on stage at Le Lignon

  On Tuesday, June 4, parents from Le Lignon gathered in Aïre Primary School’s auditorium to enjoy the year-end concert presented by our four- and five-year-old violinists in grade 1P. Led by their classroom instructors and their violin teachers, Lucie and Jonas, the children stole their listeners’ hearts. The program,…...Read more

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Geneva Tribune highlights “A violin can change the world”

  After a recent visit to Le Lignon school in Vernier by journalist Laurence Bézaguet, the Geneva Tribune published an excellent article on our A violin can change the world project in its April 26 edition. Read the article here....Read more

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Martigny featured in RTS Radio broadcast

  Swiss radio and television network RTS recently profiled our A violin can change the world project in a major radio program. Listen to the podcast here. Journalist and musician Vincent Zanetti shares his enthusiasm for the project through interviews with Hélène Vareille and with Elise Lehec, who teaches violin for…...Read more

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