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Humani-Concert on Saturday 4 March at the Rosey Concert Hall in Rolle, Switzerland! Let's go back!

Updated: Apr 1, 2023

A taste of spring awaits you... The ticket office is now open!

CoCreate Humanity will have the pleasure of returning to the beautiful stage of the Rosey Concert Hall on Saturday 4 March, 2023 in Rolle, Switzerland! This year, eight great musicians will perform to support the association's initiative with humanitarian workers. We tell you everything...


It is never easy to talk about mental health and psychosocial well-being, even more so in the humanitarian sector where each actor has chosen this profession which can be exercised in very volatile contexts. Whether in the emergency humanitarian sector or international solidarity, the humanitarians who are deployed in the field must be in possession of all their physical and psychological faculties to act and serve the beneficiary populations as medical personnel would be in our country.

CoCreate Humanity (CCH) is a Swiss association that has existed since August 2019. It is a community of humanitarian peers that provides psychosocial support to suffering humanitarians by offering a space for neutral, benevolent and detached dialogue from organizations- employers thus allowing a real freedom of speech. CoCreate Humanity works with a large network of mental health and psychosocial well-being professionals around the world, the majority of whom have experience and knowledge of the humanitarian world.

To raise awareness of its initiative, the association regularly organizes musical events. This type of event can reach several audiences: humanitarian workers, at an individual level, the organizations that employ them and the general public. A concert also allows aid workers to reconnect with peers and rebuild social ties, as burnout and trauma often lead to isolation.

Peer support is our core business. “The peer helper is a person living or having lived through a mental health problem and whose skills and training make them a model of positive recovery. The peer helper thus promotes the recognition, by professionals, of experience and experiential knowledge. - Jean-François Pelletier, Recovery in mental health - Foundations and practices of recovery through peer support (March 2021).

Give yourself a musical break while supporting the cause of CoCreate Humanity! We all know someone who aspires to work in the humanitarian sector, who works there or is in between missions, or someone who worked there and is now retired. CoCreate Humanity is here for all generations of humanitarian workers. Together we are stronger.


Pablo Casals


Julie Sevilla-Fraysse and Kevin Roby

Myroslav Skoryk

Melody from “The High Pass”

Kevin Roby

Mikhail Glinka

Sonata for viola and piano

Pierre Lenert and Guillaume Sigier

Edward Grieg

Poetic images opus 3

Guillaume Sigier

Alexander Glazunov

The Song of the Minstrel

Aurélien Sabouret and Guillaume Sigier


Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

String sextet - Souvenir of Florence

Petteri Iivonen, Lucile Podor, Pierre Lenert, Sonia Moshnyager, Julie Sévilla-Fraysse and Aurélien Sabouret


Ticket price : 70 CHF

Ticket office on site: cash, TWINT and cards (Visa and Mastercard).

Online reservation recommended: and +41 79 369 30 60.

You can reserve your seats by contacting us directly by email or telephone. Payment will be possible by bank transfer, PayPal and by TWINT (Switzerland only). A faster queue for online reservations will be in place and your name will be on the list for ticket collection.

Beneficiary: CoCreate Humanity, Geneva

IBAN: CH29 0900 0000 1525 2475 2


PostFinance Ltd - Mingerstrasse 20, 3030 Bern - Switzerland


TWINT: 079 369 30 60


The event will take place at Rosey Concert Hall - Route des Quatre Communes, 1180 Rolle, Switzerland - on Saturday 4 March 2023.

Parking available inside the Institut Le Rosey campus

SBB/CFF train stop: Rolle

All information on the Rosey Concert Hall website here

Opening of the doors of the Rosey Concert Hall at 3 pm

The concert will be preceded by an exhibition of sculptures by Symbiose Créations with Vaudois artists Nicole Devals and Michel Monachon. Nicole works with wire, paints and models, Michel sculpts, turns and structures the wood for the pleasure of the eyes and the heart.

CoCreate Humanity will soon have an artistic project with Symbiose Créations: Humani-Sculpt' 2023-2024 (creation of sculptures based on the stories of humanitarian workers).

Concert from 7 to 9.30 pm: opening speech, concert and 20-minute intermission.

Line Pillet, president of the association Femmes PME Suisse romande and professor and director of the Institute Entrepreneurship and Management (IEM) of the HES-SO Valais, and

Gilles Carbonnier, vice-president of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) , will be alongside the three co-founders of CoCreate Humanity (CCH).

What you will find there

Swiss in Suhsi: the Swiss terroir in the design of Japanese sushi (hot bites) by Chefs Laurent Arn and Cyrille Hoarau. All information about their products here.

GyozaBowl: the GyozaBowl is a delicious salad composed of raw vegetables and gyozas (Asian ravioli) served with an exotic tamarind sauce, or a sweet GyozaBowl sauce, or a spicy Gochujang sauce. You will also discover a new creation by Chef Ludovic Eskes: the Bao Dog, an Asian version of the hot dog! All the info here.

Sweet Lutry: artisanal cookies with premium Swiss chocolate - with or without gluten - from chocolate expert Kerrin Rousset. All info here.

The wines of the Domaine des Dames de Hautecour by the winemaker Coraline de Wurstemberger.

Humani-Beer: inauguration of the CoCreate Humanity beer brewed by Clément Feger of the nomadic brewery Tiaopi and which will be sold at the Rosey Concert Hall bar and on our sales stall. The label is created by Anne-Catherine Cruciani, graphic and motion designer, and former student of the Gobelins school in Paris.

The products of artisans who support CoCreate Humanity will be available on our sales stall: chocolates by Benoît Machard from the Chocolaterie du Bugnon (Lausanne), organic honey from the Ferme de Marioune by Martin Rozeron (beekeeper from Ariège, France), soap organic by Anne Castaño-Couturier from Savonnerie Kaolin (Geneva), cosmetics from Belle & Espiègle by Laurie Le Bot (Péron, France), floral compositions by Margarita and Jessica from Version Nature (Rolle), Humani-Beer and new cuvée of Chasselas CoCreate Humanity from the Domaine des Dames de Hautecour.

Photo credit: Swiss in Sushi - presentation of three of the five hot bites

Photo credit: Sweet Lutry - Classic cookies, gluten-free buckwheat, and espresso


Discover the eight formidable musicians who will take the stage at the Rosey Concert Hall on Saturday 4 March 2023!


Julie Sévilla-Fraysse is one of the most promising artists of her generation.

She graduated from the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Paris and also studied at the Julliard School in New York. Back in Europe, she joined the Queen Elisabeth Chapel in Belgium as an artist in residence. She studied notably with Roland Pidoux and Gary Hoffman.

Laureate of the Banque Populaire Foundation, she recently performed as a super soloist with the Antwerp Symphony Orchestra at the Flagey concert hall in Brussels, with the UAEH Orchestra in Mexico as well as with the Orchester Camerata Venia directed by Gleb Skvortsov.

In 2018, she performed live in front of 50,000 people at the French festival "Un Violon sur le Sable", offering a tribute to rock legend Johnny Hallyday.

Passionate about chamber music, she has given recitals with renowned artists such as pianists Abdel Rahman El Bacha, Nicolas Angelich, violinists Régis Pasquier, Laurent Korcia, harpist Anja Linder and cellist Gary Hoffman.

Julie Sévilla-Fraysse is a member of the prestigious Orchester de l'Opéra national de Paris. She is also a founding member of Trio Klimt and, in parallel, she combines her classical career with unusual experiences such as her duet with hip-hop dancer Yann Antonio.

Because music can also heal souls, Julie has been Artistic Director and Ambassador of the CoCreate Humanity association since 2020.


Born in Tokyo, Aya Hasegawa studied violin at the Toho Gakuen University of Music in Tokyo, then perfected her skills at Boston University in the United States, under the guidance of Dana Mazurkevich, thus obtaining a Master of Music Degree in 1997. After a year of study in Vienna in 1998 with the soloists of the Philharmonic Orchestra, she obtained the post of solo violin of the Hingham Symphony Orchestra in the state of Massachusetts in the United States. United.

In 1997, Aya Hasegawa participated in the Pacific Music Festival (Japan) where she was solo violin of the orchestra under the direction of Christoph Eschenbach, then, in 1999 she took part in the Tanglewood Music Center (USA) receiving an award : "Henri Kohn Memorial Award" after numerous chamber music concerts, notably with the pianist André Previn.

A member of the Orchester Symphonique Région Center - Tours since 2003, she also participates in the musical seasons of the Orchester de Paris and the Opéra National de Paris. She is a violin teacher at the Rayonnement Communal conservatory in Pontault-Combault.

Chamber music being her favorite field, Aya Hasegawa has been a member of the Kammer Ensembre de Paris since 2003 and of the Atelier Musical de Touraine since 2002 and of the Bedrich Quartet since 2009.


Sonia Moshnyager began learning the violin at age 3.

A few years later, she had the honor of being presented and playing for Lord Yehudi Menuhin. Sonia will study at the Haute École de Musique (HEM) in Geneva in the class of Patrick Genet, where she will obtain a Master's degree in concert performance and a Master's degree in pedagogy. She will then receive the teaching of Miguel Da Silva and will obtain a Postgrade in viola.

Passionate about chamber music, she has the pleasure of playing with musicians such as Shmuel Ashkenasi, Bertrand Cervera, Ricardo Castro, Jean François Hesser, Miguel Da Silva, Zhu Qian... She performs in festivals in France and abroad. Abroad, we can cite the Banff International Festival in Canada, the Academy of Sion in Switzerland, Keshet Eilon Music Festival in Israel.

In 2018, she founded, with Lucile Podor and Julie Sévilla-Fraysse, the Klimt trio, which will bring her during the 2020-2021 season to perform in France but also abroad. Sonia is also passionate about the orchestra and plays regularly in orchestras such as the Orchester de Paris or the Orchester National de France. In 2020, Sonia founded the concert agency Rêveries Sonores.


Aurélien Sabouret studied music at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris in the class of Jean-Marie Gamard, obtaining a First Prize for Cello unanimously from the jury in 1999. He then perfected his skills at the University of Boston in the United States under the advice of cellist Andrès Diaz, and in 1999 won First Prize in the "Heida Hermann International String Competition" in the State of Connecticut.

In 2000, he was Principal Cello of the Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra conducted by Seiji Ozawa. In 2005, he was invited to the Orangerie de Sceaux Chamber Music Festival, performing with the Vogler Quartet. In February 2009, he played Joseph Haydn's Symphonie Concertante at the Opera Bastille under the direction of Seiji Ozawa.

He has also recorded under the Swiss label Gallo chamber music works by Bach, Schubert, as well as the "Metamorphoses" by Richard Strauss in collaboration with Armin Jordan.

Aurélien Sabouret was a member of the Orchester de Paris, Co-Soloist of the Orchester Philharmonique de Radio France and, since 2009, he has held the position of Principal Cello of the Orchester de l'Opéra National de Paris.

He plays on a Paul Bailly cello made in Paris in 1903.


Guillaume Sigier studied piano, chamber music and accompaniment at the CNSM in Paris with Henri Barda, Roger Muraro, Jean-Frédéric Neuburger and Claire Désert. After a Diploma of Performing Artist in Paris, he completed his experience at the Royal College in London. During his career, he benefited from the advice of personalities such as Anne Quéffelec, Hortense Cartier-Bresson, Jean-Claude Pennetier, Philippe Bianconi, Christian Ivaldi, Avedis Kouyoumdjian, the Wanderer trio…

Guillaume performs in recital or in chamber music on the Parisian stages (Opera, Salle Pleyel, Cité de la Musique) and in many French and international festivals (Ensembles in residence at La Roque d'Anthéron, Piano in Lyon, Piano in Saintonge, En Blanc Et Noir, Kyoto International Festival, Pablo Casals Festival, Chorégies d'Orange, Word Piano Conference in Novi Sad, etc.).

He shares the stage with many artists of his generation such as Julien Dieudegard, Shuichi Okada, Yan Levionnois, Nicolas Ramez, or Pierre-Yves Hodica. He was a member of the Polygones ensemble and the Andersen trio. Regularly invited to the airwaves, he has recorded several discs, with violinist Jaha Lee and around the work of contemporary composer Fabien Touchard.

Winner of the 2013 Adami Classical Revelations and the WPTA competition, distinguished at the Maria Canals competition in Barcelona, Guillaume is also associate professor at the CNSM in Paris and teacher at the CRR in Boulogne-Billancourt, and artistic director of the "Notes d'été" Festival in Irancy.


Kévin Roby is a trombonist who graduated with honors from the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris, in the class of bass trombone, euphonium and chamber music. From his multi-instrumentalist past, he claims the renewal of the repertoire of his instrument by mixing different styles and different eras.

He collaborates with the greatest French and international orchestras such as the Orchester National de l'Opéra de Paris, the National Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theater etc., and he also participates in numerous productions of film music where he records the original soundtracks of new films, in world music with in particular the great trumpeter Ibrahim Maalouf.

Contemporary music is an area that also interests him, with several collaborations with the French composer Bernard Cavanna.

His passion for this instrument extends over his entire family since he decides to specialize in the contrabass trombone by going to study in Holland in Rotterdam with Brandt Attema, international soloist, and deepens his knowledge thanks to several masterclasses ( bass trombone of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, bass trombone of the Boston National Orchestra and others).

Winner of national and international competitions and finalist of several orchestra competitions, Kévin continues to develop this instrument in all its facets.


Hailed by Il Gazzettino as an artist with "impeccable technique and expressive interpretation", Finnish violinist Petteri Iivonen has been praised for his "mastery and emotional sensitivity" and "his colorful details and thoughtful phrasing" ( Helsingin Sanomat).

Silver medalist and winner of the special prize at the 10th Jean Sibelius International Violin Competition, Petteri Iivonen is currently Principal Violin of the legendary Opéra national de Paris.

Highlights of Petteri's solo career include appearances with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, Deutsche Staatsphilharmonie Rheinland-Pfalz, Südwestdeutsche Philharmonie, Montreal Symphony Orchestra, Helena Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra Royal Chamber of Wallonia, the Classical Symphony Orchestra of New York, the New European Ensemble, as well as the National Symphony Orchestra of Lithuania. He has also performed with the Pannon Philharmonic Orchestra, the Orchestra Sinfonica del Friuli Venezia Giulia, in Kazakhstan with the Zhambyl State Philharmonic Orchestra and with the RTV Symphony Orchestra of Slovenia, for n' cite just a few. In addition, he has been a soloist with all major orchestras in Finland.

Petteri Iivonen has also performed in concert at the Louvre Museum in Paris, Walt Disney Concert Hall, Alice Tully Hall Lincoln Center, Tokyo Opera, Teatro Municipal do Rio de Janeiro, Jerusalem Theater and Kodaly Center. He has worked with esteemed conductors such as Lahav Shani, Giancarlo Guerrero, Sakari Oramo, Jukka-Pekka Saraste, Jean-Jacques Kantorow, Leif Segerstam, John Storgards, Vello Pähn, Hannu Lintu, Paul Goodwin, Arvo Volmer, George Manahan and Chi-Yong Chung, among others. In 2010, Petteri performed Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto under the baton of Zubin Mehta.

As a passionate chamber musician, he regularly collaborates with world renowned artists such as Matti Salminen, Nobuko Imai, Elisabeth Leonskaja, Michel Lethiec, Lilli Paasikivi, Clive Greensmith, Atar Arad, Monica Groop, Frans Helmerson, Michaela Martin, Arto Noras, Regis Pasquier, Paul Neubauer, Martin Beaver, as well as the Emerson, Michelangelo and Tokyo string quartets.

He makes frequent appearances worldwide on NDR in Germany and RTBF in Belgium, Israel Radio, France Musique, as well as Classical 96.3 in Toronto and across the United States from KUSC in California to WQXR in New York. Yarlung Records released its first recordings in 2009, with works by Bach, Brahms, Debussy, Franck, Ysaÿe and "Eli Eli" (2008) by David Lefkowitz, dedicated to Petteri Iivonen.

Thanks to the generosity of the Karolina Blaberg Stiftung, Petteri Iivonen plays a G. B. Guadagnini (1746).


Appreciated for "his high-flying interpretations, of a purity of intonation, an equality of tone and a confusing ease" (Costin Cazaban, Le Monde de la Musique) Pierre Lenert founded in 2020 the "Duo Lenert-Hirose”, the association of two artists with extraordinary musical qualities. Etsuko Hirose and Pierre Lenert met thanks to the Brahms sonatas opus 120 in 2015. Their understanding and their complicity then proved to be obvious. Their first record “Passion” naturally flourishes around these two masterpieces.

Pierre Lenert also created the "Lenert-Fantasy-Group" in 2015, made up of musicians with exceptional human qualities, Pierre Lenert wanted to take over masterpieces written around the lyrical repertoire, and share with the public an original repertoire ranging by Aznavour, Trenet, Brassens, harmonized with new arrangements by Frederic Sans and Regis Prudhomme.

"His natural sense of Bel Canto, his superb instrumental mastery and the luminosity of his timbres give each piece charm and radiance... With an elegant style, full of fantasy and good humour" (Diapason), Pierre Lenert is currently the only violist in Europe to have taken up the challenge of recording Niccolo Paganini's 24 Caprices on the viola with Paraty since the complete performed by Emmanuel Vardi in 1965 with Epic.

On disc, his discography includes the complete works for viola and piano by Henry Vieuxtemps, as well as several recital discs devoted to the music of Carl Reinecke, Niccolo Paganini, Félix Mendelssohn, Georges Enesco, Jean Françaix, Darius Milhaud, Clara Schumann, Joannes Brahms and Joseph Joachim.

“With Pierre Lenert, the music rises in pitch thanks to a splendid interpretation on the part of the French violist, sure, lyrical and capable of endowing his phrasing with continuous perfection. (El Periodico, Barcelona). His meeting with Yehudi Menuhin will be decisive: under his direction, he will interpret Harold in Italy by Berlioz and the Concerto by Bartok, and become a soloist of his Foundation. Pierre Lenert is also a Laureate of the Philipp Morris Foundation, as well as major international competitions: Lionel Tertis, Markneukirchen, Maurice Vieux.

Pierre Lenert is Artistic Director of the International Chamber Music Festival "Sérénade" and of the Festival "Le Goût de la Musique". He is a professor at the Ecole Normale de Musique-Alfred Cortot

He currently plays Jean-Baptiste Vuillaume's magnificent viola from 1865, "Comte Cheremetièv".

Credit photos : Aurelia Thys, stage at the Rosey Concert Hall on 19 March 2022

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