Patricia Espinosa, the Executive Secretary of the United Nations Climate, has appointed the Bon Beethoven Orchestra as the Climate Goodwill Ambassador of the United Nations. The designation is the first for UNFCCC, the largest of more than 20 UN organizations in Bonn.
Goodwill Ambassadors of the United Nations advocate on a variety of priority issues on behalf of UN institutions. His widely recognized talents in the fields of arts, cinema, literature, music and sports enable him to raise worldwide awareness of the organization’s ideals and activities.
The work of the Bon Beethoven Orchestra is a testament to the power of music to break barriers and build bridges with communities., Said Patricia Espinosa. I am happy that the orchestra is committed to helping us in our work to create a more peaceful, more inclusive and more united world.
If we are to meet the challenge of climate change in time, we must seize every opportunity to raise awareness and support the public and allow each region to do its part to achieve the objectives of the Paris Agreement Must raise for, He said.
It features culture and music from across the world, engaging artists and musicians, who will inspire political leaders to be as ambitious and empowering as possible to advance the Paris Accord. Home only, for future generations, she added.
The Bon Beethoven Orchestra, named after the city’s most famous son, Ludwig van Beethoven, is one of the best music artists in Germany and has been conducted by well-known international celebrities such as Richard Strauss and Kurt Lentil.
Composed of more than 100 composers from 20 different nationalities, the orchestra has an extensive musical performance and has won numerous awards for its educational music projects and recordings of opera and symphonic works.
Music is a language that can cross political and social boundaries and connect people in a peculiar way: it opens thoughts and ideas to the heart. We need to deal with the great problems of our time together – and music helps us! It is this deep faith that guides us on our musical path.Said Berk Beethoven Orchestra and Bonn Opera general music director Dirk Kaftan.