Up and coming clarinettist in the Lake Geneva region, Valentina Rebaudo stems from the Nice National Conservatory, the Musikhochschule from Freiburg in Breisgau and the University of Music Lausanne. Not content to work with several European orchestras and being very active in chamber music, this young artist of Italian origin made new ground by promoting music as a form of non-violent resistance: the responsibility of the educator in the formation of the human dimension of an artist is near and dear to her heart. Putting words into action, she teaches music to children in Palestinian refugee camps in collaboration with the Edward Said National Conservatory of Palestine, and organizes teaching projects in Mexic, Paraguay... Valentina was recently appointed professor at the Conservatory of Lausanne.
Text by Olivier Burkhalter
Recital with Giuseppe Dugo (clarinet) and Irene Puccia (piano)
Bruch, Messiaen, Bloch, Kohan
Riserva Naturale Cavagrande del Cassibile, Avola, ItalyConcerts archives
Very involved in pedagogy since always, Valentina Rebaudo has teached clarinet and Willems musical initiation in several schools of the Lemanic region. She sets up several pedagogical projects and holds conferences in Switzerland and abroad.
November 16: Journées de Musique d'Ensemble - Salle Utopia, Lausanne, Switzerland