PROJECTS WITH KIDS
Innovative and participative projects with children
both in Switzerland and abroad.
Find here some examples:



LA NOCHE DE LA BESTIA




KOKOA NY FEO



FIVE FOR KIDS





















EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES
sharing our knowledge and experience
in >50 universities and music schools
all around the world















CONCERT INTRODUCTIONS

on a regular base for our Swiss concert series,
specific introductions for children in Zürich and Valais
on a regular base












ONLINE TOOLS FOR COMPOSERS

based on our pluriannual research projects























ENSEMBLE COLLABORATIONS
integrating recorder and voice
into the contemporary music ensemble´s texture
enhancing opportunities for recorder players
and vocal performers













YOUTUBE VIDEOS
easily accessible,
including concert and studio recordings
as well as interviews,
all of them compiled in playlists

totally >100´000 views












FULL PHOTO DOCUMENTATION ON FB
user friendly docu,
concert tour and music theatre pics,
including press reviews and further links,
easily accessible and downloadable
>500´000 hits per year
















FULL PROGRAM DOCUMENTATION AVAILABLE ONLINE

including program sheets,
specific press reviews and recordings














PRESS DOSSIERS

classified by year
available both as .pdf (full dossier)
and .jpeg (individual reviews)












ADVOCATING CONTEMPORARY MUSIC

locally, regionally, nationally and internationally
within the following structures related to
creation and contemporary music

Looking at advocacy on behalf of new music that’s geared toward decision makers in institutions: do you feel that your local arts foundation, board of education, university, and/or local government could be creating more and better programs to support contemporary music? So do we. But where do we start? By Working Through the System.
Nearly all the institutions that support the arts have a consultation process for the communities that they serve, and they need to hear from us. Even though the differences one will make will often feel slow and painfully incremental, based on experience it’s very possible to get tangible results, and it’s by far the best way to help contemporary music in the long run: