2009 - Symphony and elegance at Geneva's Victoria Hall
On 1st April, Vacheron Constantin hosted over 1,000 guests at a private concert to celebrate its partnership with the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande (OSR - http://www.osr.ch). The programme of rarely played Latin works crowned an evening of musical discovery that combined talent, charm and joy.
Inma Shara conducted the OSR in front of a packed hall deeply moved by the magical grace of her baton. The works of Falla and Turina were played with a delicacy and charm that were heightened by the palpable rapport between the musicians and the young conductor. Those of Piazolla, interpreted by the celebrated solist Richard Galliano on his magical bandoneon, captivated the audience. The collective talent of the OSR, Inma Shara and Richard Galliano created an evening of pure emotion.
The evening continued at the Grand Théatre, where the guests were treated to a dance show exploring the different stylistic trends of the tango and directed by the talented choreographer José Castro.
Vacheron Constantin and the Arts, a veritable corporate culture that is mirrored in the Manufacture’s commitment to support the arts, and music in particular, and to contribute, through its partnership with the OSR, to the cultural dynamism of the region where it was born over 250 years ago.
- Inma Shara and Richard Galliano at Geneva’s Victoria Hall
- Geneva’s Grand Théâtre
- Juan-Carlos Torres, CEO of Vacheron Constantin, Metin Arditi, President of the OSR, Inma Shara and Richard Galliano