Germany’s Beethoven-Haus Bonn Helps Musicians Displaced from Ukraine


(Picture courtesy: Beethoven-Haus Bonn/Fb)

 

Beethoven-Haus Bonn has launched an emergency assist program titled “Hope for Peace,” to assist assist musicians in tough conditions and make residing house in Bonn for these fleeing the struggle in Ukraine. 

Along with a number of profit live shows deliberate to lift funds, this system may even supply rehearsal, live performance, and recording alternatives within the Beethoven-Haus on a project-by-project foundation to allow them to proceed to work artistically. 

In response to the press launch, music initiatives between artists who view themselves as bridge-builders between Ukraine, Russia, and wider Europe, may even be promoted.

 

 

“The purpose is to assist affected artists and their households via music and with the assets of the Beethoven-Haus,” mentioned Malte Boecker, the establishment’s director. 

“We wish to contribute to understanding between these affected from the battle areas and supply house for Russian and Ukrainian music particularly, which might contribute to a tradition of peace,” Boecker added. “To this finish, the Beethoven-Haus is in shut trade with comparable initiatives, for instance on the Centre Européen de Musique in Paris.”

Standing alongside this initiative is president of the Beethoven-Haus, violinist Daniel Hope, who has given many live shows in solidarity with Ukraine — together with a digital efficiency you’ll be able to watch right here. Moreover in Berlin, he carried out works by Ukrainian composer Valentin Silvestrov, 84, who had escaped Kyiv on foot simply days prior and attended the efficiency. 

 

 

Upcoming “Hope for Peace” profit live shows embrace pianist Philipp Scheucher taking part in works by Beethoven on April 4, 2022, within the Chamber Music Corridor of the Beethoven-Haus Bonn; and jazz pianist Vadim Neselovsky performing “Odessa” on April 29

The Beethoven-Haus is asking for assist for “Hope for Peace” via donations and/or volunteer work. 

To donate to the trigger, the small print are:

Stiftung Beethoven-Haus (Beethoven Home Basis)
Key phrase “Hope for Peace”
IBAN: DE 79 3705 0198 1900 8390 26
BIC: COLSDE33XXX
A donation receipt will likely be issued upon request.

To volunteer, contact:
Stiftung Beethoven-Haus Bonn
Sekretariat
Bonngasse 24-26
53111 Bonn
[email protected]
TEL: 0228 98175-0 

A current “Hope for Peace” profit live performance with Daniel Hope and pianist Alexey Botvinov in the Dresden Frauenkirche, was broadcast on the ARTE TV channel and may be watched under.

 

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