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Our Speakers

Artists, researchers, teachers...
A Synthesis speaker combines high standards and openness, knowledge and generosity. Some are recognized specialists in a particular field, others share their passion, some teach art or philosophy, others are confirmed artists. Theater, cinema, literature, voice, architecture, jazz, painting, symphonic music, neurology, so many languages and perspectives through which they invite you to be inspired.
Sebastien Fournier



He sang from an early age and developed a strong taste for baroque music in particular. He developed his countertenor voice notably at the Conservatory and at the University of Lyon, before completing his training in England at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama of London where he specialized in Early Music.
Her experience as a chorister has allowed her to sing in prestigious ensembles: Les Musiciens du Louvre, Les Arts Florissants and Accentus.
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Jean Daniel Remond

Coach of leaders and senior managers
Psychologist, biologist 

He was Deputy Director General of the Red Cross, Director of the Society of Synthesis Advisors. Jean-Daniel Remond is also co-founder of the Mediation Training Institute, which he directed for ten years, before founding Europe et Cultures (SA).
Scientific advisor for Synthesis, he proposes a reflection on the functioning of the person and teams based on neuroscience. He designs personal discernment tools (questionnaires) that allow managers to take another look at their ability to detect weak signals, measure their vigilance or identify their relationship patterns.
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Yan Vagh

Musician and composer


Eclectic and acoustic musician, composer, Yan Vagh devotes himself to composition, concerts in which he plays his own music, as well as the records he regularly releases. Choir conductor, his practice invites him to question that of the conductor with regard to the notions of leadership and collective energy. Through his deep and intimate knowledge of music, he invites us to draw inspiration from musicians and composers (Stravinsky, Coltrane). It helps us to better experience the link between individual performance and collective performance, sensitivity and technique, rigor and improvisation.
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