At the “Concert for Tomorrow”, musicians from all the major Munich orchestras and freelancers play alongside students, Munich residents with Ukrainians, international world stars such as the exceptional violinist Arabella Steinbacher and the tenor Levy Sekgapane alongside up-and-coming artists. They are all united by the desire to send a clear signal of solidarity. And the desire for a “tomorrow” of togetherness.

A concert for a better future

Under the motto “Concert for Tomorrow”, a benefit concert will take place at the Isarphilharmonie in Munich on June 18, 2022, at which Ukrainian musicians (including students who have been accepted at the university at short notice) will play side by side with Munich musicians.

The concert is organized by help alliance, the aid organization of the Lufthansa Group with the support of #WeAreAllUkrainians (Tatjana Kiel, CEO Klitschko Foundation).

We would like to thank our initiators Michael Balke and Olivier Krüger.

What is help alliance?

help alliance is the aid organization of the Lufthansa Group and its employees. The non-profit GmbH currently bundles more than 50 projects worldwide under its umbrella to provide young people with access to education and to enable them to lead a self-determined life. In addition to the focus on education, help alliance promotes entrepreneurship projects. In recent years, around 150 projects have been supported. All project content is based on the strict standards of the UN Conventions on the Rights of the Child and, in particular, on the global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) “Quality Education” (SDG 4) and “Decent Work and Economic Growth” (SDG 8). The projects are funded exclusively by donations.

More info: www.helpalliance.org

What is #WeAreAllUkrainians?

The #WeAreAllUkrainians initiative, launched by Dr. Wladimir Klitschko and his longtime business partner Tatjana Kiel, kicked-off immediately after the war began. It develops scalable relief efforts while also responding to the most urgent needs on the ground as reported by Wladimir Klitschko from Kyiv. One of the initiative’s five task forces has already been coordinating large donations of urgently needed relief supplies and their transport to Ukraine since early March.

More info: www.weareallukrainians.de