LFI student at the orchestra of the lycées français of the world! [fr]

For the first time, a student from the Lycée Français d’Irlande has been selected to be part of the orchestra of the lycées français of the world. The young violinist Anouk Steil will go to Vietnam next week to attend the first rehearsals.


Created in 2013, l’Orchestres des lycées français du monde has selected 54 musicians from 28 countries attending 33 differents schools of the network from 6ème to terminale.

The young musicians will gather from January 7th to January 14th at Ho Chi Minh City for their first rehearsals with the choir from the collège de Marcoussis, and the chorus of the lycée français Marguerite-Duras. (Follow them on Facebook) They will be lead by their maestra Adriana Tanus (lycée français de Madrid) and the choirmasters Claire Perez-Maestro (collège de Marcoussis) and Magali Chaudemanche (lycée français Marguerite-Duras). They will also be assisted by members of the Orchestre philharmonique de Radio France : Anne Villette et Mireille Jardon (violons), Jean-Pascal Post (clarinet) et Jean-Pierre Odasso (trumpet).

They will present their first concert on January 14th at Ho Chi Minh City before gathering once again at the Comedia in Paris on March 18th, on the occasion of the Semaine de la langue française et de la Francophonie.

Orchestre des lycées français du monde : la... par aefetv

Born in French Guyana, Anouk Steil is 14 years and attends the LFI as a première S student. the young musician is thrilled to be able to meet musicans from french lycées all over the world with whom she will take part in an orchestra. She sees violin as a distraction which provides her pleasure. For her, playing music is about interpretation and making the piece her own in such a way to express her artistic voice. Thanks to a fundraising led by the LFI’s parents’ association, as well as the support from her teachers at the LFI, from her violin teachers and from her parents, Anouk will fly to Vietnam next week.


Watch her interview here

Published on 10/01/2017

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