Charity Partner

Mus-e believes that every child has the right to experience language artistic regardless of the social context, the cultural origin and any form of disability. We believe in art as the maximum form of inclusion and integration, common language that can help children discover themselves others without prejudice, encouraging creativity and participation. For this reason we have chosen to operate above all in the contexts most at risk: the outskirts of the city, the schools more fragile, classes with children considered "difficult".

Yehudi Menuhin

Among the most famous violinists of the 1900s, Yehudi Menuhin stands out for his extraordinary qualities of sensitivity and humanity. In 1963 he founded the Yehudi Menuhin School to train young violinists and in 1969 he became president of the UNESCO International Music Council. In 1991 he founded the International Yehudi Menuhin Foundation in Brussels. In 1994, together with the conductor Werner Schmitt and Marianne Poncelet, he started the Mus-e project.