Prangins Baroque aims to promote Baroque art in the village of Prangins and surrounding region. In this dynamic community, history is visibly present, with its church and castle dating from the 18th century, that currently houses the Swiss National Museum. These features make Prangins an ideal setting for our association which promotes and celebrates this cultural heritage in an innovative way.
From the beginning of the Prangins Baroque adventure, our goals have been to offer high quality concerts and performances with up-and-coming international professional artists, guided by artists of great renown in the field of Baroque art; to open the rehearsals to the public, so that everyone can appreciate the creative process that is usually unavailable to the public; to offer free concerts, so that Baroque art can remain accessible to the whole population; and weave links among the members of our community by involving them in the organisation. They are present, on a voluntarily basis, in all phases of the project, from the conception to the administration, including communication and hosting of the artists in their homes.In addition, the town of Prangins generously makes its premises available for rehearsals and performances, and the village's shopkeepers provide catering for the artists during the event.
Creating both a cultural and social experience and enjoying a close exchange with the artists form the essence of our initiative.
Volunteers & support
If you wish to take part in this adventure and join the team of volunteers for the 2021 edition or support us, do not hesitate to contact us.