“Music that unites”, the Italian artists in concert from the house against the coronavirus
FROM BOCELLI TO ELTON JOHN, the LINE-UP Of EXCEPTION – Saturday, April 18, to 20, now of New York, and Sunday, April 19 at midnight for all the rest of the world, the artists who have responded to the invitation, they will play each one from his home. Among the stars who will perform Paul McCartney and Elton John, Andrea Bocelli, Stevie Wonder, the pianist Lang Lang, the american singers John Legend and Alanis Morissette. And then David Beckham, Kerry Washington, Idris Elba and wife Sabrina, tested positive for the coronavirus.
COLLECTED ALREADY 35 MILLION DOLLARS – “It is important to think globally and to support the World Health Organization to contain the pandemic and prevent future outbreaks,” said Lady Gaga announcing the concert. “We want to emphasize the gravity of this historic moment without precedent,” added the artist, pointing out that in the last seven days were collected 35 million dollars to support the efforts of the Who.
THE WHO: “WE CAN ONLY WIN TOGETHER” – “We have always said that we are all in the same boat, and we can win this battle together. We need a unique approach to the problem and everyone must do his part. Understood, if the people of the show,” said the director general of the WHO, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus.
LADY GAGA: “GRATEFUL TO THE DOCTORS AND NURSES” – The concert online as well as the music will tell stories of ‘heroes of health’, as well as messages of gratitude and appreciation for the doctors and nurses engaged in this battle on the part of patients that they have done it. “We are all very grateful to all the health workers in this country and around the world who are on the front lines of this pandemic Covid-19. What you’re doing is putting yourself in danger to help the world,” said Lady Gaga.
GLOBAL CITIZEN: “PROTECT THE POOREST” – “I hope that all of us we shall emerge from this moment and eternally grateful for the work of doctors, nurses, teachers, and all those who are the backbone of our community,” said Hugh Evans, co-founder and president of Global Citizen. “We need to ensure that the poorest of the poor and marginalized of the world have access to the resources they need to cope with this public health crisis,” she concluded.
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