The official Swiss diplomatic representations in India actively promote the four major languages of Switzerland within the context of cultural studies.
As music transcends beyond borders and connects with people effortlessly, the Swiss diplomatic missions in India have invited Swiss composer and performer Célina Ramsauer to give a virtual concert for the French language week "Francophonie 2021". Célina will play the accordion and perform her original compositions in French. In her set, Célina will also perform India inspired songs.
The virtual concert will be premiered online on social media on 21 March 2021, 7 pm onwards in partnership with the Alliance Francaise India network. The event will be free and open to all.
Follow us on Facebook and Twitter to know more:
About Célina Ramsauer:
Célina Ramsauer was born in and lives in Switzerland. Célina is an author, composer, performer, accordionist, actress, producer and has also been trained as a radio host. She began playing the accordion at age 4, performing in public at age 7. She is a self-taught singer, wrote her first song at the age of 12, and became a member of Suisa (the Swiss authors' society) at 13. At 18, she produced her first album and founded Anilec, her own production and publishing company.
She has produced the hymn to the Francophone and the Ensemble concept launched in 2010 for the member states. She has performed in many venues and events as well as Swiss embassies and consulates around the world.