Jorge Chaminé is a baritone, a leading international opera singer. He has created and been artistic director of several international festivals. He was nominated Music Ambassador of the organization Music in the Middle East at the UNESCO in 2005. He received from Federico Mayor the Human Rights Medal of UNESCO.
Lately, Jorge Chaminé became a guest teacher at the University of Stanford. With the support of the EU, he created a project, Music4Rom, to recognize the contribution of Rom music to classical music. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the International Yehudi Menuhin Foundation.
Since 2013 he has been the founder and president of The Centre Européen de Musique (CEM), a cultural, artistic, pedagogical, literary and scientific project to revive the Golden Triangle: the Villa Viardot, the Tourgueniev’s Datcha and the House of Georges Bizet. Following the launch of a fundraising campaign to save the House of Georges Bizet, the CEM has contributed to save the Villa Viardot.
Since In 2021, as part of the celebration of the bicentenary of Pauline Viardot's birth, Jorge Chaminé contributed to the organisation of several European events. During the Russian invasion of Ukraine in 2022, he initiated a European solidarity chain for Ukrainian, Russian and Belarusian musicians. In 2022, his initiative to create a European cultural network: the Network of Houses and Museums of European Musicians.
She is currently writing a series of essays on what we mean by a ‘sense of place’, liminal space in architecture, and social and environmental effects on house design.
Her specialism is the close connection between landscape and architecture. In her book ‘Captured Landscape’ she discusses many aspects of this relationship.
From 2002 to 2007, he did his training to become a medical specialist in infectious diseases. In the St. Antonius hospital, where he worked as a medical microbiologist since 2007, he did part of his training. In 2006 he obtained a Ph.D. in his research on severe invasive streptococcal infections. He has trained residents to become medical microbiologists since 2015, and he is now head of the department of medical microbiology and immunology of the St. Antonius hospital. He lives with Leonie Seebgregts, and they have one daughter and three sons.
Susan has held multiple Board positions throughout her career including the International Strategy Board for The Woolmark Company (as parent company representative), various international investment fund Boards, Chairman of the Board of a $2 billion mixed-use prestigious real estate development owners association, and more recently a Government Trust Board in Australia.
With a long business history with Europe, the Middle East, and Australia, Susan currently resides between Australia, Dubai, and Italy and consults to select high-level clients whilst continuing her support of innovative causes, with a particular focus on progressive, spiritually sound concepts and innovations which protect and nurture humanity and the planet.
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