The team

Board of Directors of Musica International:

President: Dominique Lecheval, France, Editions A Cœur Joie France
Vice President: Tim Sharp, USA, American Choral Directors Association
Secretary: Reijo Kekkonen, Finlande, Sulasol Editions
Treasurer: Thierry Thiébaut, France, A Cœur Joie International
Assessor: Manfred Bender, Allemagne, Deutsches Centrum für Chormusik
Assessor: Len Ratzlaff, Canada, Choral Canada
Assessor: Noël Minet, Belgique, A Coeur Joie Belgique
Assessor: Claude-André Mani, Suisse, Union Suisse des Chorales
General Manager: Jean Sturm : More

 

Members of the international coordination office:
Pierre-Luc, our music librarian, is a musicologist, singer and choir conductor. He is responsible for expanding the choral database and verifying content. He is in direct contact with contributors and publishers, to whom he provides guidance and advice on their work in Musica.

 

Contact : librarian[at]musicanet.org

Our punctilious webmaster Aymeric ensures that musicanet.org and the database software are error-free and constantly evolving so as to guarantee a pleasant and productive user experience. He is the one to write to about problems of a technical nature: webmaster[at]musicanet.org
The founder of Musica International, and its Executive Director. For Jean, Musica is the perfect crossover between his career as a research scientist – where he made extensive computing use – his passion for choral music and his qualities as a project leader. Jean fell in love with choral music at a very early age. He took up the baton at 15 and later studied conducting with César Geoffray (choirs) and Jean-François Paillard (orchestral work). In 1969 he set up the Ensemble Vocal Allegro in Strasbourg (allegro.musicanet.org), where he remained at the helm until 2006. For over 40 years he worked as a trainer with A Coeur Joie and the Centre d’Art Polyphonique d’Alsace and took a leading role in international events and seminars. To honour his achievements, in 2014 Jean was awarded the rank of chevalier de l’Ordre français des Arts et des Lettres.

To find out more go to : http://www.musicanet.org/fr/jean-sturm

Contact: jsturm[at]musicanet.org

The founder of Musica International, and its Executive Director. For Jean, Musica is the perfect crossover between his career as a research scientist – where he made extensive computing use – his passion for choral music and his qualities as a project leader. Jean fell in love with choral music at a very early age. He took up the baton at 15 and later studied conducting with César Geoffray (choirs) and Jean-François Paillard (orchestral work). In 1969 he set up the Ensemble Vocal Allegro in Strasbourg (allegro.musicanet.org), where he remained at the helm until 2006. For over 40 years he worked as a trainer with A Coeur Joie and the Centre d’Art Polyphonique d’Alsace and took a leading role in international events and seminars. To honour his achievements, in 2014 Jean was awarded the rank of chevalier de l’Ordre français des Arts et des Lettres.

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Pierre-Luc, our music librarian, is a musicologist, singer and choir conductor. He is responsible for expanding the choral database and verifying content. He is in direct contact with contributors and publishers, to whom he provides guidance and advice on their work in Musica.

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Our punctilious webmaster Aymeric ensures that musicanet.org and the database software are error-free and constantly evolving so as to guarantee a pleasant and productive user experience. He is the one to write to about problems of a technical nature : contact

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