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„Muzika yacu, Ubuzima bwacu“

[proverb from Rwanda]

Airi Rink

Airi Rink comes from Finland and lives in Switzerland. She started working with professional musicians in 1983 after marrying Beat Rink, which has spread to many countries under the name "Crescendo".

After her first education and work in the medical field, she turned more and more to pastoral care and psychology. As a certified psychological consultant (IGNIS), she works mainly among artists. Her focus is on individual consultations, seminars and lectures as well as the publication of study material.

Airi Rink is also the co-director of "Crescendo international" and thus responsible for various major projects such as the "Crescendo Summer Institute"  in Hungary ( She is the mother of three adult Children.




In Rwanda, there has been no classical chamber music concert culture until now. Through the Goethe-Institut in Kigali, we have performed two public concerts during past visits, which were enthusiastically received. One was held at the Serena Hotel and the other at the Theater Hall of the Goethe-Institut. Further concerts are also planned for the upcoming future.

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How you can support us:

In addition to the urgent financial help we need, you can also actively participate:
• You can even organize charity concerts for "Music Road Rwanda"
• You can send us instruments, sheet music, strings, tuners, metronomes, etc. that you no longer need
• If you are a musician, you can share with us or friends to teach locally in Kigali
• Or if you tell your friends about us colleagues!


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