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  • Welcome to Collège Champittet

    Collège Champittet has been providing outstanding education to both local and international students for over 110 years.

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    Collège Champittet Pully welcomes students from 3 to 18 years old (preschool, primary and secondary). It is located near the edge of Lake Geneva and close to the center of Lausanne.

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    In our Pully campus, we welcome international boarding students from 11 to 18 years old in a warm family style atmosphere.


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Maurice Steger

Cultural Season: Extraordinary concert by Maurice Steger

As part of the Champittet The last concert of our Cultural Season paid tribute to Mr Händel's Dinner. The extraordinary Swiss recorder player and musical director Maurice Steger, accompanied by the baroque ensemble La Cetra, brought back to life the lively atmosphere of these sumptuous banquets, accompanied by the frenziest baroque music.  

Maurice Steger, a great collector, always travels with a case of flutes, allowing him to vary the sounds. The surprise effect is total and dazzling! 

"Seeing Maurice Steger on stage is like living a marathon. You breathe with him, you sweat with him. He dances, his recorder twirls, he wets his shirt to the point of having to change at intermission. He doesn't hesitate to strike theatrical poses to convey the expressiveness behind the baroque music...". Julian Sykes, music critic for the newspaper Le Temps.