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Verbier Festival – Celebrating 25 Years At The Top With An Anniversary Art Book.

Verbier Festival – Celebrating 25 Years At The Top With An Anniversary Art Book.

The Verbier Festival is a classical music festival which encourages encounters and sharing between great musicians and young aspiring artists from around the world. With its different orchestral programmes, the Festival strives towards excellence in music education. The audience is invited to live a special experience at the heart of the Swiss Alps by attending prestigious concerts, witnessing unique encounters and participating in a wide range of free activities. Every summer, the best artists meet in Switzerland, in the heart of Swiss Alps, to share their passion for music. In order to celebrate its first quarter of a century, the Verbier Festival publishes a magnificent book displaying pictures taken every summer by the talented photographers who have followed the festival in Verbier. Inside the beautiful book, you can find the genesis of the festival as well as highlights memorable concerts backstage moments Amazing encounters the Festival community Michèle Larivière and Julian Sykes…

Summer reading: the top 5 books to read during your holidays

Summer reading: the top 5 books to read during your holidays

Ready for your holidays? You probably started thinking about what should you place in your luggage and if your body still fits into your swimsuit. Well, before getting into this naughty consideration, you should probably think about the books you wish to read while you are away from your day-to-day life. Here are our top 5 books you might want to consider reading during your summer holidays and the best descriptions taken from the best media, from the Guardian, to the New York Times or Barnes and Noble. Enjoy the discovery. PRIESTDADDY by Patricia Lockwood Patricia Lockwood’s dazzling comic memoir is set in midwest America and centres on a man who likes to clean his gun, listen to Rush Limbaugh and drink from a mug that reads “I love my ‘white-collar’ job” – despite being married with five children, he is a Catholic priest. Father Lockwood, as presented here, is…