11 results for ["MUSIC"]

Music can change the world and help us create a more sustainable world. With his song "Miracle", Musician Ronnie Jones joins the United Nations' ActNow campaign and emphasizes the power of individual action through the lyrics "the future is in our hands". The song supports the Sustainable Development Goals and the fight against climate change.

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On 27 January 2022, the anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz death camp, the United Nations Chamber Music Society of the United Nations Staff Recreation Council, will perform a virtual concert in memory of the victims of the Holocaust.

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We follow the Senegalese photographer Ina Makosi as she wanders between the historic island of Gorée and Dakar's suburbs where she meets with iconic hip hop musicians from West Africa who act as youth influencers and guides.

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"We can change the world and make it a better place. It is in your hands to make a difference." ~Nelson Mandela

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Kenyan musicians performing at the closing of the UN Ocean Conference 2022.

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25 November 2021 – In observance of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, on 25 November 2021, the UN Chamber Music Society of the United Nations Staff Recreation Council (UNCMS), will perform a concert dedicated to helping to eliminate violence against women and girls.

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On occasion of Mandela Day on Sunday, 18 July 2021, the UN Chamber Music Society (UNCMS) will present a concert in celebration of Nelson Mandela International Day.

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In support of the UN's ActNow campaign, singer-songwriter Elisa performs "Rainbow" - a song for action on the climate crisis - at AWorld's "one million actions challenge" event in Milan, Italy.

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Experts will discuss the importance of pieces composed during Holocaust, or by the composers who did not survive the Holocaust, and the response of contemporary musicians to the history of Holocaust; The event is organized in memory of November 1938 Pogrom.

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Performance by the UN Chamber Music Society and Sara Marley – daughter of artist-musician Ms. Lauryn Hill and Rohan Marley, son of reggae legend Bob Marley, at the Opening of the Transforming Education Summit.

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