About the partners of the Trompe & Cors Association
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Created in 1964 by François and Jacqueline Sommer and recognized as a public utility by decree of November 30, 1966, their foundation was first called “Maison de la Chasse et de la Nature”.
In Paris, within two private mansions in the Marais district, it houses the Hunting and Nature Museum and the Hunting and Nature Club.
In the Ardennes, it has an estate where it preserves the fauna reintroduced immediately after the war by François Sommer and a school where it trains in the techniques of responsible hunting and forest management.
These trainings are eligible to the D.I.F. (Droit Individuel à la Formation).
In 2013, the Foundation pays tribute to François Sommer (1904-1973), its creator, whose name it now bears.
The new website of the French Horn Association is online. For the moment, it constitutes a base that will only grow and be enriched over time. The site is entirely open, but members will nevertheless be privileged in the future, with documents and services reserved for them. We hope that the wealth of information we can offer you will encourage you to join our association.
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Following a general reformist impulse (creation in 1794 of the Polytechnic School and the National Conservatory of Arts and Crafts), the Convention promulgated on August 3, 1795 (16 thermidor year III) a law establishing the Conservatory of Music, which replaced the previous schools.
The establishment is administered by a board (Gossec, Méhul, Cherubini) directed by Bernard Sarrette, “commissioner in charge of the organization”. It offers mainly instrumental teaching (mainly winds, with some string and harpsichord classes). In addition to training musicians, the Conservatory’s mission is to develop a method for each discipline and to participate in national festivals.
On October 22, 1796, he moved into the buildings of the former royal school of singing and declamation: Hôtel des Menus-Plaisirs, rue Bergère (now rue du Conservatoire).
- The CMG was born one fine day in 1835. Imagine Franz Liszt teaching piano…
- Today, nearly 2,500 students between the ages of 4 and 25 are learning music and theater.
- 150 teachers supported by 7 deans and coordinators guide students through 24 disciplines.
- The CMG is part of the Confederation of Geneva Schools of Music, Jaques-Dalcroze Rhythm, Dance and Theatre
- Each discipline has its own curriculum and a myriad of complementary courses are offered internally or by partner schools of the
- Specific courses of study bear witness to the dynamism and modernity of our institution.
- The CMG maintains privileged links with the Geneva HEM and thus accompanies motivated and talented students from their beginning to their entry into professional classes.
- The CMG is present throughout the canton, the beating heart of the institution being its magnificent building on the Place Neuve.
- A remarkable library is available for young people and researchers.
- The parents have their own representative association, the
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