Are you a fan of classical music…. and also want to help war-weary Ukrainian people?
If so, a concert in support of Ukraine – specifically medical, educational and children’s projects – could be just for you.
The Brussels Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by David Navarro Turres, will present a programme of Chopin’s piano Concerto No1 and Beethoven’s Symphony No 7 on Thursday 4 May at 8 pm in the Brussels Royal Conservatoire, 30 Rue de la Regence, Brussels.
The guest pianist is Belgian resident Ukrainian Dmytro Sukhovienko.
The advice is to reserve early as tickets are going fast. Anyone interested should visit BPHO.be to reserve and pay for a ticket. There are a limited number of places. They are not numbered so it is on a first come first served basis.
People can order ten tickets to share with friends so they will be able to be seated together.
The proceeds will go to the following:
· The national rehab centre. This is a medical hub in Lviv where those injured in the war can receive comprehensive medical care and rehabilitation. The funds will be used to purchase medical equipment;
· Dobrodiv, a charity that helps children with educational and psychological support. The funds will be used to co-finance the psychological support centre for children in Kyiv to cope with trauma and stress caused by war through art therapy and other activities and
· Hospitallers which is a volunteer organization of paramedics who provide medical help and evacuate injured people to hospitals, saving lives in the most dangerous areas in Ukraine. The funds will be used to purchase ambulances and medical equipment/supplies.
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