The Union of San Marino Women organizes a charity event organized in favor of Afghan women.
“A concert for Afghanistan”, will be held on Tuesday 5 October 2021, at 9 pm, at the Concordia Theater, in Borgo Maggiore.
Some of the most interesting artists of the contemporary Italian jazz scene alternate on the stage of the Concordia Theater in support of the Afghan population: Barbara Casini, Simone La Maida, Alessandro Paternesi and Gabriele Evangelista, Simone Zanchini and Stefano Bedetti, Giovanni Guidi, Camilla Missio and Francesca Bertazzo Hart, with the Artistic Direction of Sara Jane Ghiotti.
The ticket costs 15 euros and the entire proceeds will be donated to Pangea Onlus.
The concert will see some of the most important Italian jazz ensembles alternate on stage. One that the jazz community feels particularly, as a strong sign of support for the Afghan community, which due to religious extremism is deprived of the free expression of self, in particular of any artistic sense, given that the Taliban have come to ban also the performance of musical artists.
“Being there in music in a historical moment like this has a very important meaning. For those on stage. For those in the audience. But, above all, for those who can no longer do it.
“The entire proceeds of the evening – writes the Union of San Marino Women – will be devoted to charity, thanks to the generosity of the artists, to the Pangea Onlus association, a non-profit organization that has been working in Afghanistan since 2002 and not only to promote the economic and social development of women and their families through tools such as education, ” human rights education, sanitation and reproductive health education, vocational training, the creation of income-generating activities, microfinance“.
The concert enjoys the high patronage of the Secretariat of State for Foreign Affairs and the Secretariat of State for Education and Culture. In collaboration with the University of San Marino.
Reservations are recommended but not mandatory by writing to: [email protected]