In Conversation With Marc Vella, Part II

Wanda Waterman

Voice Magazine Volume 22 Issue 14 2014-04-04

“When the power of love overcomes the love of power, then there will be true peace.”
~Sri Chin Moi Gosh

Marc Vella is a French classical pianist and a composer who for the last two decades has traveled with a baby grand in a bus across more than forty countries, giving impromptu performances for locals and inviting local musicians to join him. His mission is to share love and to celebrate humanity as part of the International Decade for the Promotion of a Culture of Peace and Non-Violence for the Children of the World, coordinated by UNESCO. (See the Voice review of the documentary film Piano in the Sands here.) Recently he took the time to answer Wanda Waterman’s questions about education, inspiration, and musical sharing between cultures. (Read the first part of this interview here.)

Quelle a été votre expérience éducative la plus bénéfique?
L’amour sans aucun doute. Mes enfants ensuite. De sacrés maitres. Bien au-dessus d’un maitre qui s’habille en blanc avec une grande barbe et qui dit qu’il sait tout.

(Read the rest here.)

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