France's Jean-Michel Jarre in talks on new music school in London !

France's Jean-Michel Jarre in talks on new music school in London

France’s pioneering electronic composer Jean-Michel Jarre is considering helping to set up and run an electronic music academy in London.

The French musician '' issued a communiqué on Tuesday in Which he also Announced That he had held informal talks in recent months about the possible Involvement of his company Jarre Technologies in the new 'Tech City' in London.

The musician was keen to dispel any suspicion That he is leaving France for tax Reasons.

"For years, Jean-Michel Jarre has had personal and professional relationships with England, and these have never had anything to do with any political Measures in France",
said the statement.

His entourage stressed That Jarre is a French citizen, lives in Paris and his production company has always been That settled in Paris. They deny any suggestions That an Involvement in London's Tech City might be for tax Reasons.

His company makes products Jarre Technologies lke the AeroPad One, a speaker dock for iPods, iPads and iPhones.

David Cameron's office confirmed on Tuesday with the new hotel Internationally-acclaimed musician had held talks with its Officials, about London's media and technology hub.

"There are a growing number of businesses and entrepreneurs from across the world, who want to be part of the technology cluster in East London and we are keen for that to continue," said a spokesperson for Cameron.

Tech City is a project to transform the Old Street roundabout in east London and its environs into a European center of media and technology innovation for blue-chip Firms, investors and start-up companies.

Cameron Announced a 60 million euro injection into the project last month and he hopes the hub will benefit from a 50 per cent tax relief on the first 120,000 euros in seed investment.

The news That Jarre is considering furthering his business operations in London will give ammunition to France's opposition UMP politicians.

They complain That French tax laws and what they MAINTAIN is a hostile business climate are driving too many wealth-creators and artists to leave France.

Jean Michel Jarre in 2010 contemplated assumption electronic school in London.

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