A Tribute to Ginette Neveu, an eminent violinist, at the Paris cemetery Père Lachaise

On October 28, 1949, the Air France Lockheed Constellation, which took off from Orly Airport in Paris, crashed on the Portuguese island of São Miguel in the Azores. There were 48 people on board. All died. Among the victims - the violinist Ginette Neveu - the first ever winner of the International Henryk Wieniawski Violin Competition and her (...) Click to read more about this event...