Prof. Alissa MARGULIS, violin (Folkwang University of the Arts Essen)
Prof. Florence MILLET, piano (Cologne University of Music and Dance)
Benedict KLÖCKNER, cello (Germany)
Prof. Gesa LÜCKER, piano (Cologne University of Music and Dance)
Rostislav KRIMER, piano (Belarus – Germany)
Milana MAMETSKA, piano (Ukraine)
Sofia PLAKHTSINSKA, violin (Ukraine)
Lily MAISKY, piano (France – Belgium)
In the program: W. A. Mozart, L. v. Beethoven, F Schubert
On October 16, an extraordinary benefit concert will take place in the Beethoven-Haus Bonn, dedicated to the well-being of children in emergency situations worldwide. The event unites well-known musicians on one stage with selected young talents who have now found a home in Germany. Together they bring their skills together to provide assistance to those affected by wars and emergencies in different countries.
This year we are partners for SAVETHECHILDREN.DE:
“Whether natural disasters, droughts, diseases, political unrest or wars: more and more children find themselves in life-threatening emergencies – sometimes overnight – are injured, have to flee, need medicine, food and a roof over their heads. On the other hand, there are many forgotten crises that have overshadowed the lives of children for years, robbing them of any chance for a future of peace and dignity. In both cases there are often not enough funds available – because while one crisis hits suddenly, the other has been forgotten over the years because other events are making the headlines. For this reason, Save the Children established the Children’s Emergency Fund. The donations that flow into the fund help children quickly and easily where the need is greatest and funds are urgently needed.”
Secure your tickets now and let yourself be carried away by the incomparable music and the moving stories.