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Classical musicians Christian Benda, Daniel Barenboim and Barbara Hendricks become Climate Allies

November 10, 2009


Christian Benda
Three of the world’s great classical musicians, Naxos artist Christian Benda, Daniel Barenboim and Barbara Hendricks, have contributed unique musical statements in support of global efforts to address the devastating human impact of climate change. Renowned pianist and conductor Daniel Barenboim, operatic soprano Barbara Hendricks, and cellist and conductor Christian Benda recently became Climate Allies in support of Kofi Annan’s “Tck Tck Tck: Time for Climate Justice” campaign. This campaign will last about 40 days.

For more information, please follow the links below:

Climate Justice Website

Classical Musicians become Climate Allies YouTube Channel

Climate Justice Facebook Fanpage

Christian Benda recently appeared at the George Enescu Festival, considered by The Guardian as rival to the Salzburg Festival. He has an extensive Naxos discography.

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