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British-based professional choir Tenebrae, of which Heather de Haes is Patron, was reviewed in BBC Music. The choir's new album, Songs of Farewell, as well as conductor Nigel Short received rave marks!
The New York Times
British-based professional choir Tenebrae, of which Heather de Haes is Patron, presented a concert of 20th-century British choral music at St Mary the Virgin Church in Times Square, New York on Sunday, 6 November.
The Huffington Post
Journalist Jim Luce covers the May 2011 Swiss Global events in New York: a concert evening at the residence of the Swiss Consul General, and an elegant dinner at the Lotos Club with serenades by Foundation musicians.
The article features numerous interviews, as well as photos from the events.
The Geneva International Orchestra presented a unique concert at the Victoria Hall in Geneva, Switzerland, on Friday, 23 September, under the direction of the renowned conductor Emmanuel Krivine, together with the great cellist Gautier Capuçon.
GHI, Paris Match, Tribune de Geneve, Tout L'Immobilier
The Geneva International Orchestra (L'OIG) presented a unique concert at the Victoria Hall in Geneva, Switzerland, on Friday, 23 September, under the direction of the renowned conductor Emmanuel Krivine, together with the great cellist Gautier Capuçon.
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West Orange Patch
On Friday and Saturday, 16-17 September, Swiss Global teamed up with the OSPAC Jazz Festival for a two-day performance extravaganza, featuring vibrant and talented jazz artists from around the world. The Ninth Annual Jazz Festival, taking place in an open-air setting in West Orange, New Jersey, was emceed by radio personality Gary Walker and featured international food vendors as well as artisans and crafts.
The New York Times
Swiss Global Alum Hahn-Bin violin was featured in the New York Times. His combination of fine instrumental work with unforgettable costume and hair choices has truly helped him to stand out in the New York classical music world.
Heather de Haes, as Chairman of the Australian Music Foundation, served as co-presenter at a memorial service for Joan Sutherland at Westminster Abbey. The 2300+ crowd included royalty and media celebrities. The Times article details the guest list.