A la croisée des arts & photosonores

Jean Froidevaux composerIn this new opus, Jean Froidevaux has composed 33 unpublished compositions inspired by the photographs and poems of Anna Muscatiello.

Anna MuscatielloFor each photo, Anna Muscatiello has written a poem. A QR code with your smartphone allows you to listen to the music of Jean Froidevaux, which is inspired either by the photograph or the poem.

« A la croisée des arts » is published by Farga. The creation with projection of the photographs and reading of the poems will take place on Saturday December 10, 2022 at 5:00 pm in Nyon at the Villa Thomas, route de Genève 4.

The works for violin, clarinet, cello and piano will be performed by :

Sarah Velasco is a Canadian violinist who performs regularly in North America, Asia and Europe as a soloist.
She is member of the Lausanne Soloists ensemble with Renaud Capuçon for the third consecutive year. She also performs as a chamber musician.
Sarah Velasco has played at numerous festivals in France, the United States, Canada, Austria and Switzerland.

Haoran Wang, clarinetist of Chinese origin, studied at the HEMU in the class of Pascal Moraguès.
Winner of several competitions, he won the first prize at the Concours National de Clarinette en Picardie, at the Concours Béllan, and is selected for the prestigious Carl Nielsen Competition in 2022.
Lina Luzzi has played in various ensembles in Europe and the United States and is regularly invited to various festivals.
Influenced by many horizons, the cellist is involved in several ensembles in Valais, notably Valéik Philarmonik Orchestra and 7 Sed Unum, her baroque collective.
Mertol Demirelli is one of the most gifted pianists of his generation in Turkey. Thanks to a prize obtained at the age of 7, he performed at Carnegie Hall (NY).
His musical studies took him from Istanbul to Moscow, and from Munich to Waterloo.
After obtaining his Master’s degree as a soloist at the Haute Ecole de Musique de Lausanne, he continues his studies in Genève with Ricardo Castro.
Passionate about theater and literature, Anna Muscatiello obtained a first prize in diction and a second prize in comedy at the Conservatoire d’art dramatique de Strasbourg.
Then, to answer the call of photography, she followed a training in Paris and became a photographer for a few years.
Her inclination for pedagogy and music led her to study music theory and history at the University of Strasbourg to obtain a master’s degree in musicology before starting to teach.