Music for the House of OneYour contribution to the construction of the House of One
The Ernst Moritz Arndt parish invites to a benefit concert for the House of One in Berlin-Zehlendorf. Baroque music for trumpet and organ can be heard
Promoting peace with music - that is the idea of the Ernst Moritz Arndt parish in Berlin-Zehlendorf. The Protestant congregation invites to a benefit concert for our multi-religious peace project, the House of One, on this Saturday.
Works from the Baroque by Jeremiah Clarke, Max Reger, J.S. Bach and Purcell for trumpet and organ can be heard.
The musicians are Kiichi Yotsumoto (trumpet) and Peter Uehling (organ).
Where? Ernst Moritz Arndt Church, Onkel-Tom-Straße 80, 14169 Berlin, Germany
When? Saturday, 25 August 2018 at 5 pm
Admission is free. Donations for the House of One are welcome.
Before the concert you can inform yourself about the work of the House of One and the current status of our project.
Our cantor Esther Hirsch looks forward to your questions and we look forward to your support.
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