"Una ciudad muchos mundos" is an initiative of Intermediae (Matadero Madrid) together with the Edmond de Rothschild Foundations and the Daniel & Nina Carasso Foundation.
The Edmond de Rothschild Foundations have long recognised the complexity and multi-faceted nature of individuals' identities, be they national, ethnic or professional. Our bold programmes promote pluriculturalism among participants that extends beyond demographic, social and religious boundaries.
For the summer music festival, Le CREA was on the Aulnay-sous-Bois’s theatre stages with the forth edition of “Il Etait Une Voix”
“Les Yeux dans le bocal”, two weeks in Paris
On June 14, participants, artists, partners, friends and families were invited at the Théâtre de la Cité (Marseille) to end up the experience.
An unique program of master classes by José Van Dam was carried out in Paris last June as a result of a close partnership between the Edmond de Rothschild Foundation and Juilliard School, New York.
On 14 September 2012, the twenty students of class 7p at the Bois des Arts school in Thonex near Geneva, along with their three music teachers, reunited for a very special ceremony.
As patrons of the arts, we lend a hand to exceptional men and women as they make their way down the path of knowledge, excellence and sharing. One such path has come to an end too soon. We wish to pay tribute to the life and memory of Montserrat Figueras, a lyrical singer and exceptional musician whose artistry was surpassed only by her humanity.
Combining artistic excellence and social responsibility, the French National School of Fine Arts in Paris created an innovative artist training program for 2010 in primary and middle schools with the support of the Edmond de Rothschild Foundations and in partnership with the town of Saint Ouen and the French Ministry of Education. Chemin faisant – “Along the way” – is an opportunity for this year’s three young artists in residence to discuss their experience with the students.