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Berlin Philharmonic to Give Benefit Concert for Haiti — Live on Web
Sir Simon Rattle conducting Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra

Following the news of the devastating earthquake in Haiti on the 12 January 2010, Berlin Philharmonic (Berliner Philharmoniker), Sir Simon Rattle and pianist Mitsuko Uchida decided to dedicate their concert on 20 February 2010 to the victims of the earthquake.

Classical music fans all over the world can watch the con-cert online in the Digital Concert Hall at All proceeds from the concert and the Digital Concert Hall webcast will be donated to UNICEF’s emergency assistance for children in Haiti.

Concert programme: Berliner Philharmoniker Sir Simon Rattle ConductorMitsuko Uchida Piano György Ligeti San Francisco Polyphony Ludwig van Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 4 in G major Jean SibeliusSymphony No. 2

“We are giving the concert on the 20February to raise money for the catas-trophe in Haiti,” said Sir Simon Rattle, asking people to watch the concert (which is sold out in the Philharmonie) live in the Digital Concert Hall.

“As the proceeds from every online ticket will go directly to UNICEF, please join us, enjoy the concert and help us at the same time!”

The Berliner Philharmoniker have been an international UNICEF GoodwillAmbassador since 2007.

The Digital Concert Hall is the virtual concert venue of the Berliner Philharmoniker in the internet.

The orchestra’s Berlin concerts are broadcast live at and are available in a video archive within a few days.

Partners of the Berliner Philharmoniker since 1989, the Deutsche Bank exclusively supports the Digi-tal Concert Hall and makes possible the Education Programme “Zukunft@BPhil.”

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