Jeanne-Michèle Charbonnet is a dramatic soprano, Master Voice Teacher, Co-Director and
Artistic Consultant of the Indemini Festival. Among the theatres in which she has performed are Opéra National de Paris, Deutsche Oper Berlin, Dutch National Opera, Teatro Madrid, Oper
Frankfurt, San Francisco Opera, Dallas Opera, Liceu, La Fenice, Maggio Musicale, and the
Metropolitan Opera. During her varied career, she has sung over 50 lead roles. She began her
career with the Italian and Russian dramatic roles, moving into her Wagnerian home in her early 30’s. Ms. Charbonnet has sung all the lead Wagnerian dramatic roles. Her recordings include Isolde with Armin Jordan in Geneva, Elektra with Valery Gergiev and the London Symphony Orchestra, Ariane et Barbe-Bleue with the Liceu, Judith in Bluebeard’s Castle from The BBC Proms, Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk with James Conlon and the Maggio Musicale, and Erwartung with Jukka-Pekka Saraste and the WDR. Her vast experience as a singer is complimented by more than 3 decades of teaching. Ms. Charbonnet is Associate Professor of Voice at the Hemu in Lausanne, Switzerland and maintains private studios in both Europe and the USA, and is a sought-after Master class technician.
Peter Nilsson is a vocal coach and Head of Musical Studies at Dutch National Opera Academy
(Den Haag/Amsterdam), and a regular guest with the Broadcast Choir and the Netherlands Opera. He has worked closely with Yves Abel, Marc Albrecht, Daniele Callegari, Paolo Carignani, Riccardo Frizza, Hartmut Haenchen, Ingo Metzmacher, Yannick Nézet- Séguin, Julian Reynolds, Carlo Rizzi, and Mark Wigglesworth.
Peter is also an active accompanist for vocal master-classes, including Roberta Alexander, Elly Ameling, Diane Forlano, Hartmut Haenchen, Jard van Nes, Anthony Rolfe Johnson, Charlotte Margiono, Nelly Miricioiu, and both series of Masterclasses given by Dame Joan Sutherland and Richard Bonynge at the Britten-Pears School in Aldeburgh. Peter is also an active accompanist for vocal master-classes, including Roberta Alexander, Elly Ameling, Diane Forlano, Hartmut Haenchen, Jard van Nes, Anthony Rolfe Johnson, Charlotte Margiono, Nelly Miricioiu, and both series of Masterclasses given by Dame Joan Sutherland and Richard Bonynge at the Britten-Pears School in Aldeburgh.
Jane Robinson is Head of Vocal Coaching and Development for the Harewood Artist Programme at English National Opera (ENO), an Associate Artist with Graham Vick at the Birmingham Opera Company, on the Faculty of the Music Academy International, Trentino, and part of Michelle Wegwart’s Training Programme with Voice Choice in Nottingham.
Jane has coached at Glyndebourne for many years and has been part of the music staff at the Opera Houses of La Monnaie, Teatro Massimo Palermo, Opera Lyon and Opera Nancy. She has coached young singers at the Vienna Hochschule Sommer Akademie, in Lenk with Sena Jurinac, at the Lyon Atelier, and at L’Abbaye de Royaumont with teachers from the Juilliard School. In England, she has coached at Welsh National Opera, Opera North, Scottish Opera, the Royal College, the Royal Academy, the Royal
Scottish Academy, and for Sony International.
Dasom Jeong is a young Korean pianist born in Seoul and based in Switzerland. After preliminary studies in her home country, she came to France to undertake her education at the Lyon Conservatory of Music under Philippe Soler. In 2016 she moved to Switzerland, where, three years later, she obtained a Bachelor diploma at Geneva University of Music in Neuchâtel studying under the guidance of Paul Coker. In 2021 she graduated with a Master degree in accompagnement from the Haute Ecole de Musique de Lausanne, where she was guided by Marc Pantillon, Todd Camburn and Béatrice Richoz.
We are delighted to have her on the team, playing and supporting our artists and singers and be part of Helvetia trifft... !.
Luise Breyer-Aiton is Artistic and General Director, as well as Founder, of the Indemini Festival.
Ms. Breyer-Aiton is a young dramatic soprano and creator of VoiceRelease Massage, a specialised technique utilising many modalities of body work, designed for the unique needs of singers and musicians. She has a private practice in Berlin and Lausanne and has worked with artists and international theatres such as Vienna State Opera, the Metropolitan Opera, La Scala, Deutsche Oper Berlin, Staatsoper Berlin, Komische Oper, ENO, ROH, Opéra de Lyon, Grange Park Opera, and Welsh National Opera. Luise recently started training masseurs such as Stelios, who is part of the VRM team this year in expanding her practise and passing on her knowledge of her created method.
Rosmarie Brennwalder (co-ordinator AGIF) & Beat Wüthrich
We are both retired and live happily ever since 2006 in Indemini. At www.lunsole.ch we rent apartments to guests. «Indemini Festival»: We are enthusiastic about the high quality under professional guidance. The annual festival is a unique asset to the village at the beginning of the world! We are happy to help!
Beat (Bewe) and Rosmarie (Rosi) are very dear to us and the Festival, our jewels of the Festival!
Luise together with Laure and Corne will be running the kitchen to take care of us all in a culinary way.
FACULTY AND TEAM in the past
Marcus Oliver Schmid (Co-founder, Co-ordinator) 2016 -2019
Grace Lily (team) 2018
Jonathan Ware 2016 (coach)
Nicola Rose 2017, 2018 (coach)
Jane Robinson 2019 (coach)
David Wishart, 2019 (coach)
Gan Heffetz, 2018 (pianist)
Dasom Jeong 2021 (pianist)
Kate Valentine, 2018 (masseur - assistant)
Thomas Birch, 2019 (masseur - assistant)
Stelios Chatziktoris (masseur - assistant & Feldenkrais)
Laure -Catherine Beyers 2021 (chef and catering)
Corne Ran 2019,2021 (chef and catering)
Marianne & Christian Zueblin 2019 (chef and catering)
Jon Valander, 2019 (assistant manager & catering)
Dorothea Eicher & Fritz Gloor (von 2018- 2021 in the Arbeitsgruppe team)
Anna Reber & Peter Arnold (von 2018- 2021 in the AGIF team)