The EHPADs of the Vosges Massif Hospitals are having their gala

The EHPADs of the Vosges Massif Hospitals are having their gala
The EHPADs of the Vosges Massif Hospitals are having their gala

(HMV Photographs)

The 5 EHPADs of the Massif des Vosges Hospitals – HMV – of Foucharupt and Charmes of Saint-Dié-des-Vosges, Moyenmoutier, Fraize and Gérardmer held their gala last weekend at La Nef.

“This project started with the simple idea of ​​organising a joint show between the different establishments, to bring people together and share. The only difficulty was knowing how to implement it… but that was without counting on the imagination and the desire to work together of the HMV animators. It is now a done deal, with a varied show, full of colour, music and generosity” explains Annick Bind, one of the 2 animators of the Foucharupt EHPAD, who thanks “all the participants, animators, volunteers, residents and music schools for making this show come to life, as well as the managers of the Nef for welcoming us.”

The principle of the gala was that each EHPAD would offer musical entertainment, in conjunction with the Olivier-Douchain Conservatory, the Gérardmer Intercommunal Music School and the Raon-l’Etape Music School.

The EHPAD Léa-André de Gérardmer thus presented a panel of seated dances to film music with Camille, a teacher in Adapted Physical Activity, at the helm, as well as a musical moment all in percussion, taken from the film Les Grandes Gueules and directed by Gregory Grosjean from the intercommunal music school of Gérardmer.

The Intercommunal Hospital Center of the 5 Valleys – CHI5V – of Moyenmoutier, accompanied by the Olivier-Douchain conservatory, wanted to celebrate the 100th birthday of Charles Aznavour in music.

Then it’s time for the EHPADs of Foucharupt and Les Charmes, with a trip to the land of cartoons in choir and fanfare, accompanied by Emilie and her choristers from the Olivier-Douchain music conservatory.

The Fraize EHPAD finally took the stage, with an accordion measure orchestrated by Bernard, resident, and Sabine, VMEH volunteer, and their guinguette tunes. This afternoon, as musical as it was friendly, ended with a chorus cover, by all the residents and facilitators, of the song by Frédéric François “Il faut dire que je t’aime”.

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(HMV Photographs)

The 5 EHPADs of the Massif des Vosges Hospitals – HMV – of Foucharupt and Charmes of Saint-Dié-des-Vosges, Moyenmoutier, Fraize and Gérardmer held their gala last weekend at La Nef.

“This project started with the simple idea of ​​organising a joint show between the different establishments, to bring people together and share. The only difficulty was knowing how to implement it… but that was without counting on the imagination and the desire to work together of the HMV animators. It is now a done deal, with a varied show, full of colour, music and generosity” explains Annick Bind, one of the 2 animators of the Foucharupt EHPAD, who thanks “all the participants, animators, volunteers, residents and music schools for making this show come to life, as well as the managers of the Nef for welcoming us.”

The principle of the gala was that each EHPAD would offer musical entertainment, in conjunction with the Olivier-Douchain Conservatory, the Gérardmer Intercommunal Music School and the Raon-l’Etape Music School.

The EHPAD Léa-André de Gérardmer thus presented a panel of seated dances to film music with Camille, a teacher in Adapted Physical Activity, at the helm, as well as a musical moment all in percussion, taken from the film Les Grandes Gueules and directed by Gregory Grosjean from the intercommunal music school of Gérardmer.

The Intercommunal Hospital Center of the 5 Valleys – CHI5V – of Moyenmoutier, accompanied by the Olivier-Douchain conservatory, wanted to celebrate the 100th birthday of Charles Aznavour in music.

Then it’s time for the EHPADs of Foucharupt and Les Charmes, with a trip to the land of cartoons in choir and fanfare, accompanied by Emilie and her choristers from the Olivier-Douchain music conservatory.

The Fraize EHPAD finally took the stage, with an accordion measure orchestrated by Bernard, resident, and Sabine, VMEH volunteer, and their guinguette tunes. This afternoon, as musical as it was friendly, ended with a chorus cover, by all the residents and facilitators, of the song by Frédéric François “Il faut dire que je t’aime”.

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