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Concert without borders

Concert without borders

By Stephanie Horsman - May 28, 2019

Monaco’s Embassy in Germany gave support to the Berlin Diplomatic Choir’s concert on 23rd May called ‘Concert without borders – under the same sky’. Music from several genres, including Christian, Arab/Islamic and Jewish cultures were performed to an audience of over 700 people, including some of the elite from Berlin’s political, cultural and economic worlds.


Concert without borders – under the same sky © DR

The musicians and singers represented more than 20 nationalities. Several belong to Berlin’s diplomatic community. The purpose of the concert was to use music to promote cross-cultural and religious friendships, while also creating mutual understanding.


The event took place in the Berlin Cathedral under the direction of Barbara Leiter.

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