The Jazzchoir of the University of Bonn, Germany, has performed the English version of Article 1 and produced a video. We are grateful and impressed. With special thanks to Niels Ranosch.
Kerstin, Johanna and I met at an advance training for choral conductors, and we wanted to make music together. What about singing human rights together with our kids? Soon we decided to sing the Right to Education (Article 26) in German since we are all Germans. After several gatherings, rehearsals, […]
There are no live pics to a live recording? No problem, we’ve got sheet music! The Stimmkultur-Project-Chamber-Choir 2018 has performed the SATB version of Article 16 (Men and Women) as well as a new version of Artikel 19 (Freedom of Opinion and Information – German). Both recordings are now available […]
Rest and leisure are human rights. The musical version of these rights (Article 24) correlates in sound and mood. In the concerts of this year’s fall tour of the Smile Projekt Chor, we accompanied Article 24 with boomwhackers. At Gymnasium Ernestinum Rinteln, Germany, we recorded the accompaniment. Of course there […]