Allison Zurfluh

Allison Zurfluh

A native of Southern California, Allison has been a professional translator in Switzerland for twenty years. She earned her B.A. in English Literature in Santa Barbara after studying in Chicago and Spain, and forged a career in translation with the International Gymnastics Federation in Lausanne while freelancing for a gamut of Swiss companies.

Allison is also an artist manager in the classical music sector, where she finds inspiration and drive in the arts.

The quiet hum of diligence pervades a farm high in the hills of Bernese Jura, where the green fields of Switzerland still bring forth milk and meat products. For one producer in Grandval, the profession is an art form, the daily grind a strategy

Venetian Baroque is in peril. The history of its birth – the emerging of the first public opera houses, the invention of sonata, cantata, concerto – has been told worldwide but remains largely unspoken at home

One chief economist rolled up his sleeves and used his photography to voice the plight of suffering women. Michel Juvet's The Skies Weep No More documents Burundi women's suffering through image and poetry