Founder-Director of the following festivals:
and many other public events.
"Where ever we live, we must let go of the past and the future. It is the present that counts. Healing the world with music!"
Since 2000 and during her free time, Annick has been working on bringing unity by using her creative talents and organizational skills in service to others.
Annick is a music lover of all sorts of music including Flamenco, Bluegrass, Reggae, Cajun (zydeco), African (Congolese), Latin American, Asian, European and all types of traditional and modern world music. She loves and supports all people, regardless of their racial, ethnic, cultural or religious backgrounds, or physical differences.
Annick is an entrepreneur in many ways, an experienced and excellent event producer, photographer, and web designer, created and maintained an online boutique to help musicians from around the world sell their music. Annick is multi-tasking and has experienced life in so many ways going from being a single mother of three children, an administrative assistant, a photo lab technician, owned her own café called ‘Café Annick,’ and a French Interpreter to become the voice for West African refugees.
She has been encouraging businesses to help her promote peace through the arts and music to bring people together to facilitate networking and relationships. Let's work together and support one another while supporting Music and the Arts.
Annick traveled to Europe, Africa, Costa Rica and all around the USA. Today, she lives in Southern Arizona, along the U.S.-Mexico border. If you require any further information, feel free to contact Annick through the Email page. Thank you.
"We are one people on one earth, and a very wise man once said that music is food for the soul. Heal the world with the sound of music and the help of musicians is all I can do. Come together." ― Annick
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― Michael Jackson
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