the inalienable rights of people



    a memorable concert that opens a cycle



    for peace and understanding



    dialogue and exchange through music


  • David Aladashvili

    A sensitive virtuoso born for the stage. This is how the young Georgian pianist David Aladashvili is acclaimed worldwide, who equates his mastery of the piano with his musical activities for the young. He began taking piano lessons at age eleven. Recipient of Georgia’s Presidential Scholarship for Piano Performances, In 2007, he was invited to join […]

  • Merav Goldman

    Flawless execution Merav studied his first degree at the Buchmann-Mehta Scool of Music (Tel Aviv University) with Mr. Yoel Abadi. He was a member of the Israeli Opera House Orchestra, the Israel Symphony Orchestra. After completing his studies in Tel Aviv, Merav moved to New York where he studied a second degree at Mannes College, […]

  • Francesca Schiavo

    Soloist and actress Francesca Schiavo perfectly combines her two main artistic facets, singer and actress, obtaining international recognition by both. Francesca Schiavo began in the world of the song at the age of 16, becoming a few years later the soloist of the prestigious Italian Orchestra of Renzo Arbore, which led her to perform all […]

  • Leo Nucci

    Leo Nucci Born at Castiglione dei Pepoli, near Bologna, he studied with Giuseppe Marchese and made his stage debut in Spoleto, as Figaro in Il barbiere di Siviglia, in 1967, he then joined the chorus of La Scala in Milan, and made his solo debut there in 1975, again as Figaro. Nucci’s career quickly took […]

  • Thierry Bouët

    PORTRAIT AND REPORTAGE PHOTOGRAPHER. Thierry Bouët gets his inspiration from the people meets, their successes, their failures, the irony of their lives and their enviroments. His ongoing project is a photographic journey around the world, looking for emblematic peace places. This image of a white flag on a Mediterranean shore is the first photograph of this series. […]

  • Zeynep Köylüoglu

    An award-winning bassoon player Born in Ankara in 1986, Zeynep began her bassoon studies in 2002 at the State Conservatory in Izmir and subsequently at the Academy of Music and Theater in Hannover with Professor Dag Jensen. He has regularly participated in projects with Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester and was a member of the Orchestra Mozart, […]

  • Renzo Spiteri

    The constant surprise Composer, musician and experimental electronic artist, Renzo Spiteri is an author whose music is said to “directly touch the soul”. This multifaceted Maltese artist is world renowned for his versatility, his creative use of sound and the unlimited modes of expression he uses, which has earned him worldwide recognition. Spiteri alternates his […]

  • Grigory Sokolov

    Expressive beauty and compelling honesty. The unique, unrepeatable nature of music made in the present moment is central to understanding the expressive beauty and compelling honesty of Grigory Sokolov’s art. The Russian pianist’s poetic interpretations, which come to life with mystical intensity in performance, arise from profound knowledge of the works in his vast repertoire. […]

  • Pushkin Gallery

    Two decades promoting Human Rights through the art. The Pushkin Gallery has built its mission on promoting human rights through the arts for the last two decades. With a focus on developing entire life collections, Kenneth Pushkin has collected, curated and published the works of outstanding Russian artists who chose to work outside the tenets […]

  • Jussef Eisa

    Since 2009 with West-Eastern Divan Orchestra Jussef Esa was born in Germany in 1985, the son of a Palestinian father and a German mother. He received his first clarinet lessons at the age of 9. Later study in Detmold with Professor H.D. Klaus and Professor Thomas Lindhorst. In addition, he attended various kinds of chamber […]

  • Vakia Stavrou

    A poignant voice Cypriot singer-songwriter Vakia Stravrou was able to reach the heart of the public and critics when she presented her own composition “Sozinha”. Following the presentation of her own work “Sozinha”, singer-songwriter Vakia Stavrou, born in Cyprus, was described by the international press as “a voice that breaks the heart.” The success of […]

  • Lluís Lleó

    Easely moving between different mediums and disciplines. Lluis Lleó is an artist that moves with ease and expertise in different disciplines and mediums, and which technical distinctive feature is the use of the fresco technique like the classic artists. Living and working between New York and Rupià. In his work, he shows delicate watercolours on paper and […]

  • Cristina Gómez Godoy

    Miraculously Effortless This is how the Süddeutsche Zeitung defined virtuosity and expressiveness to the oboe of Cristina Gómez Godoy. The oboe performer Cristina Gómez Godoy combines the brilliance of her technique with a high degree of musical expressiveness and her amazing virtuosity with a great artistic sensitivity. In 2012, at the age of 21, she […]

  • Yasmine Azaiez

    Tunisian violinist, Yasmine Azaiez began the violin at age 4 and by age 8 gained a place at the Yehudi Menuhin School in London, UK. At age 17 Yasmine won second place at the Sevenoaks “Young Musician of the Year” violin competition, where she was described as having “immense talent”, an “excellent and exciting professional […]

  • Daniel Orson Ybarra

    The nature and that which is dynamic about it. Germinaciones, Semilleros, Chaosmos: The latest works by Daniel Orson Ybarra straight away reference nature and that which is dynamic about it: the process of growth, of engenderment, of inflorescence, which go from a withheld intensity (withheld from its potential, from the future), to a dilated, relaxed […]

  • Jovan Milosevski

    From classical to jazz and rock A classical guitarist who takes his creations to the field of contemporary jazz and rock. Born in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Jovan Milosevski studied music at the Conservatory of Bitola and at the Conservatory of Palma de Mallorca. Milosevski has performed classical guitar concerts throughout Europe, but […]

  • Burak Bilgili

    Born in Akşehir, Turkey, he studied at Mimar Sinan University in Istanbul with Prof. Guzin Gurel. After his graduation, he studied at the prestigious Academy of Vocal Arts in Philadelphia. He had the chance to study with Katia Ricciarelli in Italy and also with celebrated opera artists such as Renata Scotto, Montserrat Caballe, Tom Krause, […]

  • Pablo Mielgo

    A true citizen of the world. Pablo Mielgo’s talent and entrepreneurial spirit has led him to take on the mission of making music accessible to everyone. A network of friendships he has forged around the world, between Berlin and Qatar, Lucerne and Los Angeles, now allow him to enrich the concert programs of the Balearic […]

  • Yosra Zekri

    The Tunisian soprano of international projection Yosra Zekri, the young Tunisian soprano and also interpreter of Maghreb and contemporary music, is a young promise that is consolidating a promising race in the international scope. Yosra Zekri is a soprano that also interprets music magrebí and contemporary. He won the First Prize of the Tunisian National […]

  • Bing Bing Wang

    A Young Chinese soprano who actively singing in Europe, She has been awarded to Top Ten Sopranos in China by CCTV, the most important national Television in China, appearing at concerts on TV broadcasting worldwide. Education: Master Degree of Opera Performance 2012, Verdi Conservatory of Music Milan, Italy. Bachelor Degree of Opera Performance, 2009, Shanghai Conservatory […]

  • Sergey Artamonov

    FROM KALINIGRADO TO THE BOLSHOI Winner of the Obuklova All-Russia Competition for Young Singers prize Sergey Artamonov graduated from the Rachmaninov College of Music in Kaliningrad (2001) and shortly after entered the Tchaikovsky Moscow Conservatory. In the Conservatory Opera Theatre, Sergey Artamonov sang King Rene in Iolanta and Gremin in Eugene Onegin by Tchaikovsky. Since 2003, the singer […]

  • Le Trio Jourban

    The suggestive sound of the Arabian lute Three Palestinian brothers, from Nazareth, who collect the legacy of four generations of instrumentalists and luthiers of lute. Composed by brothers Samir, Wissam and Adnan Jourban, the trio was formally formed in 2004 around the older brother, Samir, who had developed his solo career for years. The trio […]

  • Huiling Zhu

    Born in Shanghai. She graduated from the Middle School affiliated to Shanghai Conservatory of Music by Prof. Bian Jingzu, and started her vocal study in Europe. She studied at Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hamburg by Prof. Ingrid Kremling and there she made her bachelor and master degree of Lieder-Oratorio and opera with a first […]

  • Ara Malikian

    The encounter between the rhythmic force of the Middle East and the virtuosity and expressiveness of the classical European tradition A violin virtuoso whose musical concern has led him to deepen his own Armenian roots and those of other Middle Eastern cultures (Arab and Jewish music), the center of Europe (Gypsy and Klezmer culture), Argentina […]

  • Vladimir Galouzine

    He is indisputably one of the world’s leading dramatic tenors, known for his unrivaled stentorious voice and extremely vivid characterizations of some of the most demanding roles. From 1990 to 2012 he worked regularly with the Mariinsky Opera under Valery Gergiev. His first leading role with the company was the title role in Verdi’s Otello […]

  • Pretty Yende

    A MODERN FAIRY TALE Born in a small village in South Africa, about 500 kilometers from Johannesburg, Pretty Yende began singing in the choir of her church. South African soprano Pretty Yende first came to international attention in 2010 when she was the first artist in the history of the Belvedere Competition to win First Prize […]

  • Sílvia Pérez Cruz

    A poignant way of singing, which is only his Sílvia Pérez Cruz speaks the language of music as long as she can remember. He grew up listening to traditional Iberian music and formed musically in classical and jazz, training to which was added a strong influence of flamenco, which has shaped his peculiar style. Sílvia […]

  • Warren Mok

    Warren Mok Hong Kong Chinese tenor with a distinguished international career, Warren Mok holds a Master of Music degree from Manhattan School of Music in New York City and is one of the China’s Three Tenors. Warren Mok was presented with the Medal of Honour from the Hong Kong Government in 2011 and World Outstanding […]

  • Sapho

    From theater to music, combining the vitality of rock with Berber music and the oriental and African influences Born in Marrakesh to a Moroccan Jewish family, at the age of 18 she settles on her own in Paris. Sapho perfectly embodies the concept of “singer of the world”, with which he enriched the first edition […]

  • Yuan Gao

    Yuan Gao Soprano, graduated from Central Conservatory of Music school, vocal music department. member of Chinese Musicians Association members. PLA opera house solo. she was admitted to the Department of vocal music and opera at Central Conservatory of Music. She was awarded the scholarship of excellent student and was the head of the class. Participated […]

  • Toni Cuenca

    Between classical and jazz Director, composer, producer and bassist, Toni Cuenca develops his activity in the world of classical music as well as in jazz, collaborating and working together with a multitude of musicians of international renown. Born in Sabadell (Barcelona), Toni Cuenca studied guitar at the Sabadell Conservatory, double bass at the Conservatory of […]

  • Erin Wall

    “Erin Wall is the Thaïs of one’s dreams, wielding a soprano of radiance, pristine beauty and tingling top notes…Singing without a score, she made us believe every word.” (Financial Times) Erin Wall is in demand for the opera and concert stages alike, enjoying regular musical collaborations with a number of key conductors and boasting an […]

  • Maria Farantoúri

    Deeply Mediterranean Cultural activist and with a style that moves between the opera and the folk, Maria Farantoúri is in the nucleus of the rebirth of the Greek music. Maria Farantoúri is a singer of international renown and recognized as the ideal interpreter of the compositions of Mikis Theodorákis and Manos Hadzithakis. Farantoúri played a […]

  • Josep Pons

    Born in Puig-Reig, he graduated from the Escolania de Montserrat. He has been titular and artistic director of the Orquesta y Coro Nacionales de España (2003-2012) – currently is the honorary director – and of the Orquesta Ciudad de Granada (1994-2004). He was founder and artistic director of the Orquestra de Cambra Teatre Lliure (1985-1997) […]

  • Tania Kassis

    A voice that enchants and seduces A singer with special sensitivity for religious and cultural dialogue. Awarded with the Lebanese Accomplishement Medal, Tania Kassis has performed in many of the world’s most important venues, including the Sydney Opera House and the legendary Olympia Hall in Paris. He was also awarded a Murex d’Or as “Best […]

  • The Gran Teatre del Liceu Symphony Orchestra

    The Gran Teatre del Liceu Symphony Orchestra is the oldest orchestra in Spain. During almost 170 years of history, the Gran Teatre del Liceu Symphony Orchestra has been directed by some of the greatest conductors, from Arturo Toscanini to Erich Kleiber, Otto Klemperer, Hans Knapperstsbusch, Bruno Walter, Fritz Reiner, Richard Strauss, Alexander Glazunov, Ottorino Respighi, Pietro Mascagni, Igor Stravinsky, Manuel de Falla and Eduard Toldrà, and […]

  • Hani Mitwasi

    The reconversion of the traditional song Hani Mitwasi is an artist who, after a study of his own musical roots and of Spanish music, has managed to create his own and current style that establishes a language halfway between both musical worlds. Hani Mitwasi is an internationally recognized artist and undoubtedly a music star in […]

  • Gran Teatre del Liceu

    Barcelona’s opera house, the Gran Teatre del Liceu, was founded on the Rambla in 1847, being the oldest in Spain, and has continued over the years to fulfil its role as a culture and arts centre and one of the symbols of the city. Today it is publicly-owned (by the Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y […]

  • Kate Daudy

    Exploring the boundaries between language and sculpture Born in 1970, Kate Daudy is known for work exploring the limits of language and sculpture/text crossover. A committed peacenik, a strong current of Daudy’s work as a visual artist expresses a desire for socio-political commitment from individuals, encouraging a sense of empowerment. Early 2016, British artist Kate […]

  • Hossam Ramzy

    Percusionist and composer Hoosam Ramzy’s expertise in the composition and development of percussion has made him a coveted companion for many artists, many of them in the field of rock, jazz and blues. For a large group of devotees, Hossam Ramzy embodies the true essence of the world of percussion. Proof of this is his […]

  • Nataliya Tymchenko

    Ukrainian born soprano Nataliya Tymchenko has been a member of the world-renowned Mariinsky Theater in Saint Petersburg, Russia, for numerous seasons, working regularly under the baton of internationally acclaimed conductor Valery Gergiev. Her repertoire encompasses a wide and versatile arrange of many of the most demanding staples of the lyric and spinto repertoires, including roles […]

  • Manolo Torres

    Self-trained artist Manolo Torres, born in Malaga in 1938, is a self-trained sculptor, with origins in his work for many years in metallurgic factory in Switzerland. Installed in Geneva, he´s dedicated to painting and sculpture, and he has participated in numerous exhibitions nationally and internationally. He has made recently a major retrospective in Spain, consisting […]

  • Kian Soltani

    In the top of the new generation of cello soloists A soloist who does not conform to the mastery of performance, but seeks his own way in interpretation. Kian Soltani born in Bregenz, Austria, in 1992 into a Persian family of musicians, Kian Soltani was only twelve when he was accepted into the class of […]

  • Aïcha Redouane

    Arabic poetry sung Specialization in the art of Arabic poetry and song, based on the mastery of Berber style, jazz-blues and classical Western and Arabic singing. The internationally recognized Moroccan diva, of Berber origin, Aïcha Redouane, has revitalized the Arab music school of maqam, founded with the Lebanese composer Habib Yammine al-Adwar. With an exceptional voice, […]

  • Cairo Symphony Orchestra

    Today, just as in the past, the Cairo Symphony Orchestra in its 59th season is an eminent and unique participant in broadening and enriching the musical life in Egypt. The Cairo Symphony Orchestra was founded in 1959 under its first music director and conductor Franz Litschauer. Since 1990 and its Music Director Maestro Ahmed El […]

  • Joan Roca

    WHEN GASTRONOMY IS AN ARTISTIC EXPERIENCE Recognized chef Joan Roca, best chef of the world in 2013, was responsible for designing the dinner menu culminating the Culture for Peace & Human Rights event organized by the Onuart Foundation in Geneva last December 2014. Joan Roca i Fontané (Gerona, Spain, 1964) was born on February 11, […]

  • Miquel Barceló

    The creator of the work that astonishes the world Barceló’s plastic intervention on the dome of Room XX of the Palais des Nations in Geneva started on 10 September 2007 and ended on 10 June 2008. Miquel Barceló was born in Felanitx, Mallorca, in 1957. He studied at the School of Arts and Crafts of […]

  • Juan Diego Flórez

    For the right to education and the dignity of children. The acclaimed Peruvian tenor Juan Diego Flórez offered a memorable concert, seconded by the sopranos Pretty Yende and Fatma Said and the Russian bass Sergey Artamonov. The orchestra, formed by fifty of the best musicians of the Youth Orchestras System, was in charge of orchestra […]

  • James Berckemeyer

    REPRESENTING THE PERUVIAN GASTRONOMY Owner and chef of the COSME Restaurant in Lima, Peru, his casual cuisine known as “comfort food” has made his restaurant one of the most popular in the city. Peruvian chef James Berckemeyer began his training at Cordon Bleu Perú in 2001, doing his internship at the renowned restaurant Astrid and […]

  • Daniel Barenboim

    Understanding and comprehension between cultures, through music. In the hall of Human Rights and the Alliance of Civilizations, Master Daniel Barenboim and the West-Eastern Divan orchestra -made up of musicians from Palestina, Israel and diverse Arab countries- plays the Concerts for Human Rights. Daniel Barenboim is the General Music Director of the Berlin Staatstoper. Born in Buenos […]

  • Maria del Mar Bonet

    THE MEDITERRANEAN AS INSPIRATION AND AS A PASSION A career built on interest in cultures, music, people, languages ​​and the history of the Mediterranean, which are the inspiration for María del Mar Bonet’s personal and artistic life, make her a Mediterranean singer par excellence, With more than 40 albums to his credit, is one of […]

  • Fatma Said

    A young soprano who is developing a brilliant career in the opera. Egyptian soprano Fatma Said made her debut at the Cairo Opera House at the age of 14 and is the first Egyptian soprano to receive a scholarship to study at the famous Teatro della Scala Academy in Milan. Last year Fatma has won […]