Ukrainian singer captivated the audience with his voice at a charity concert in Vienna.
Recently Ani Lorak visited Vienna, where he took part in a charity event All for Autism, founded with the aim of attracting attention to the problem of autism in the world.
The concert took place in the Musikverein, the most famous centre of classical music in the Austrian capital. In musical circles it is rightly called “the first hall of the world.” Musikverein gave permission for the participation of performers of both popular and classical music in a single concert in the genre of crossover.
Ani Lorak came on the scene in a luxurious dress of sapphire blue, embroidered with myriads of sparkles, revealing a shoulder. To the accompaniment of the Symphony orchestra under the baton of Giuseppe Terzi Lorak sang some of their songs, as well as the global hit “I Will Always Love You” Whitney Houston. The audience met and accompanied by Ukrainian singer with enthusiasm.
– Participation in such activities is very meaningful for me, because I am particularly in awe of everything that is connected with the charity, explained Ani Lorak its appearance in Austria. It’s an honor to be part of such a concert, and I am very glad that we were able to help people who need treatment.
The money raised from ticket sales will be spent on the construction of a new medical diagnostic center, provide the necessary treatment to needy children and adults.
The concert was also attended by the choir Mozart Knabenchor Wien, young violinist Yury Revich, a Hungarian pianist caught in the Guinness Book of records – Peter Bence, an Austrian Director, actor and singer ADI Hershel and others.
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