Star Violinist

Star violinist Yury Revich organizes a benefit gala for UNICEF Austria, Italy, and the UK with Christiane Hörbiger, Sunnyi Melles, James Cottrial and many more.

On February 25, 2020, violin virtuoso Yury Revich, as the official partner of UNICEF, is hosting the DREAMLAND with Yury Revich Charity Gala for UNICEF and invites you to get involved in a good and important cause.

Top-class stars such as Christiane and Maresa Hörbiger, Sunnyi Melles, James Cottrial, Andrea Jonasson, Sona MacDonald, Dorretta Carter, Maria Yakovleva and of course Yury Revich himself and much more will stand on stage in the Odeon Theater in Vienna and collect for the children’s aid organization UNICEF.

The audience can look forward to an inspiring and unforgettable evening with music, dance, applied art and theater. The Dreamland with Yury Revich Charity Gala was first held in Vienna in 2017 and is now also going international.

 

Dreamland goes international – Vienna, London, Rome

Since the foundation of Dreamland in 2017, the star violinist Yury Revich has dreamed of a place where children can find peace, education and health care and has achieved a lot so far.

Yury Revich will now conquer Great Britain and Italy with Dreamland and proudly announce an event of superlatives: The charity gala for UNICEF conquers Rome in May 2020 and unites people in their desire to help in the historic, world-famous Coliseum, to UNICEF To support Italy in the fight for children worldwide.

In December 2019, Dreamland collected for the first time in London for UNICEF UK with the support of international stars such as Ute Lemper and Sunnyi Melles as part of a unique gala evening for UNICEF UK.

 “I believe that no matter how different we are, there should be no borders between people. We should all work for a better future for children and our planet. I am happy to be able to bring our “dreamland” to different countries, “

 

said Dreamland founder Yury Revich.

The donations raised during the events support UNICEF’s work to care for and protect the world’s most vulnerable children. With the help of Dreamland, an appropriate water system has been set up in several schools in Syria.

Yury Revich, organizer of the UNICEF gala Dreamland

 “As a public person, I have the opportunity to reach a larger community in order to raise awareness of social issues, topics, and projects. I am aware of my fortune to be able to live my dream as a musician and violinist, but I also know that many

people are less blessed and have to cope with difficult life situations. My humanitarian work and commitment are my way to give something back in life”

Artists

Yury Revich – violin; Christiane and Maresa Hörbiger – theater; Sunnyi Melles – theater; Andrea Jonasson – theater; James Cottriall – pop vocals; Sona MacDonald – vocals; Dorretta Carter – vocals; Ethel Merhaut – vocals; Liudmila Konovalova – dance; Maria Yakovleva – dance; Davide Dato – dance; Jakob Feyferlik – dance; Igor Zapravdin – piano; Yuliya Draganova – piano; Judymay Murphy – inspiring conversation; Benoît Bénichou – Visuals

DREAMLAND with Yury Revich Charity Gala for UNICEF

An evening with Yury Revich & Friends

Tuesday, February 25, 2020, 8:00 p.m. (Doors open: 7:30 p.m.) Odeon Theater, Vienna

Tickets are available at OnepointFM

In addition to his successful international music career, the Austrian-Russian violinist Yury Revich is passionately committed to numerous charitable and philanthropic purposes. Together with Mia Papaefthimiou, he launched Friday Nights with Yury Revich in 2015.

The international concert format creates a transdisciplinary narrative framework and combines different art forms from music to dance, applied art to theater and fashion to form a “Concert of Arts”. With the respective concept, it raises awareness of human rights, freedom of expression, autism, breast cancer, and climate change.

In 2011 he was a co-organizer of a concert in Vienna for the victims of the Japanese tsunami and in 2015 organized the first Austrian charity gala “All for Autism”, which has since become one of the largest events for education about autism in Europe.

“As a person, I feel obliged to help others who are less well off. Many children need our help and support. Many need adequate health care, education, and dream of an adequate quality of life. Together we can help them”

 

said Yury Revich about his commitment.

Photo-Credits: Elisabeth Gatterburg

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