The following artists will perform at the benefit concert:
Kilian Nauhaus, organist at the Französischer Dom since 1987, has gained an outstanding reputation far beyond Germany as an interpreter of classical and contemporary organ music. On the famous Eule organ, he plays works by Johann Sebastian BACH and Charles-Marie WIDOR.
In 2011 the Berliner Philharmonic Orchestra had already given a benefit concert to launch the German Tinnitus Foundation Charité. We are grateful for their continued support through the Orchestra Academy for this concert. The Orchestra Academy of the Berlin Philharmonic, founded by Herbert von Karajan, fosters young international artists, three of whom will be appearing:
Patrik Hofer and Thomas Schleicher, trumpet, play works by Antonio VIVALDI and Francesco MANFREDINI.
Rino Kageyama, harp, performs two pieces by Henriette RENIÉ.
The Tango-Trio CAYAO: The three musicians Iskandar Widjaja, Jarkko Riihimäki and Ander Perrino transport their audience into a world of emotion, of love and longing. In fervent narrative, CAYAO interprets melancholy Finnish melodies and tango from Buenos Aires. The young musicians already have a broad repertoire, which includes compositions of their own. In 2013, Atlantic-Film brought out a music video of CAYOA directed by Eike Schmitz. Their first album will be appearing shortly.
The Foundation will devote all proceeds from the concert to its youth prevention work. Further information is available at: www.deutsche-tinnitus-stiftung-charite.de/projekte/jugend/ and www.facebook.com/deutschetinnitusstiftungchariteberlin
Tickets are available from: www.eventim.de