A real love story links Nendaz to the Alpine horn – the Alpine instrument has been a part of our region for eons.
Tasting of local products while enjoying a performance by the Alphorn group from Nendaz
Initiation and discovery of this ancient instrument
Alphorn advanced course in the company of Olivier Brisville
Almost 150 Alpine horn players get together for a competition, and to play some captivating sounds.
Aimé Devènes, passionate about music and a brass band director for 25 years, began blowing down an alphorn with great joy. Soon he began to share this passion with the other members of his family. At present two of his children and two of his grand-children have become part of the troop, as well as many of his friends.
Originally used to call the mountain herds, the Alpine horn has gradually become an instrument in its own right over the years.