Newly arrived refugee and migrant children in Melbourne are being welcomed to Australia with an offer of free piano lessons. WorldLink's Joel Carnegie joined one of the project's founders - and some of its participants - in the practice room.
He became famous as the pianist who played in the rubble of war-torn Syria, but Aeham Ahmad is much more than that. He's now a popular musician and has established a home in Wiesbaden with his family.
Harps are played for the dying in an unusual form of musical palliative care. How does one of the world's oldest string instruments serve as a comfort during our last moments?
Before the beginning of the 2018 Beethovenfest, director Nike Wagner talks about the implications of the festival motto this year, "Schicksal" (Fate).
Can artistic activities transform the world? The answer lies in the realm of individual feelings, says Wolfgang Niedecken. Musicians of every genre performed in his honor in Bonn.
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