About Lucie Pierron

Lucie Pierron Etudiante en sociologie et en sciences politiques à l'Université Paris Dauphine, Lucie baigne dans le monde culturel et particulièrement dans la musique. Pianiste, ouvreuse à la Philharmonie de Paris, elle désire s'orienter vers la production dans la musique classique, à terme. Voyageuse dans l'âme, Lucie a mené dernièrement une enquête de terrain de trois mois sur l'implantation des nouvelles Philharmonies polonaises (dans 15 villes différentes). Démocratiser la culture et la faire venir dans les milieux les plus défavorisés est une des missions qui lui tiennent le plus à cœur, justifiant son engagement au GENEPI, association favorisant l'intervention en prison.



Author Archives: Lucie Pierron

The Beat Generation

September 24th, 2016 | by Lucie Pierron

America after all it is you and I who are perfect not the next world. Your machinery is too much


One Sunday in Giverny

August 9th, 2015 | by Lucie Pierron

“Claude Monet painted surfaces of the pond where, in a Japanese garden, where water lilies bloom. But he painted this





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