Tag: Benefizkonzert

19. July Charity concert for Hospice Agape in Walldorf

The old beer cellar in Wiesloch was bought by the family Hopp, was renovated and passed to the Agape Hospice gGmbH. Since commencing operations in 2008, the Hospice Agape has already had about 900 guests. Because guests pay no fee to the intention of the legislature, and only 90% of the maintenance rate will be refunded by the health insurance companies, the Förderverein Hospice Agape e. V. attempts to compensate for this financial deficit each year approximately €140000. This is done inter alia through events such as the charity concerts of the SAP Symphony Orchestra.

17. July Charity concert in Providenzkirche Heidelberg

In 2015, the Protestant City Mission Heidelberg St. Vincentius Hospital celebrates its centenary in Heidelberg’s historic center. As a confessional hospital and clinic, it offers a wide range of services for a comprehensive and high quality medical and nursing care. The clinic of internal medicine has close cooperation with the University of Heidelberg in the fields of hematology and oncology, rheumatology and palliative medicine. After four years of renovations, now the house appears with all modern conveniences in a historic building. In the anniversary year, a concert in the Providenzkirche in Heidelberg takes place on 17.07.2015 at 20:00.

27. June Charity concert for Nepal in Neckargemünd

The German-Nepalese Social Aid was founded 36 years ago. The supported projects located mainly in educational and social fields, as well as in health care. Over 250.000 Euro are needed for more than 30 support measures per year. Due to the highly effective management structure of German-Nepalese Social Aid, more than 95% of the funds can be forwarded to Nepal. Very great emphasis is placed on strengthening Nepalese’s own initiative: help for self-help is the motto. Through a variety of measures, the helpers try to attract the rising need for donations. The SAP Symphony Orchestra has agreed to host a concert for the benefit of the German-Nepalese Social Aid. The revenue is used for a pharmacy for poor people in Kathmandu, which supplies over 30.000 destitute patients per year from throughout Nepal.

Tickets: At the box office, tickets in advance at Kubis-Büro in SRH and at “Apropos Buch” in Bahnhofstr.13 in Neckargemünd.

About the earthquake here you can find actual information from German-Nepalese Social Aid Stuttgart

20. June Charity concert for refugees in Christuskirche Mannheim

Concert for the international “Day of the refugee”: Students of the Mannheim Business School organize this concert.

The UN Refugee Agency

International Day of the refugee

16. May Charity concert in Jesuitenkirche Heidelberg

HD Jesuitenkirche

Concert Poster

On 1st of January 2015, the Catholic parishes in Heidelberg and Eppelheim have teamed up to a Catholic city Church “Stadtkirche” of Heidelberg. Now over 40.000 Catholic Christians are united. Thus, “Stadtkirche” now is the largest pastoral unity of the Archdiocese Freiburg. This fusion is celebrated on May 16th and 17th with a big festival on the University square; the Archbishop Stephan Burger will participate. The concert of the SAP Symphony Orchestra in the Jesuitenkirche is the opening of this festival. The revenue helps to align the event. 2000 visitors are expected.
Tickets in advance at the parish offices:
Heilig Geist Altstadt (Merianstr. 2, Tel. 90080),
St. Raphael Neuenheim (Werderstr. 51, Tel. 412015),
St. Bonifatius Weststadt (Blumenstr. 23, Tel. 13020),
St. Johannes Rohrbach (Rathausstr. 32, Tel. 373737),
St. Joseph Eppelheim (Rudolf-Wild-Str. 40, Tel. 763323),
as well as from 16:30 at the box office.

Giuseppe Verdi: Overture to the opera “La forza del destino”

Gala-Benefizkonzert zum 40.Jahrestag der SAP im Nationaltheater Mannheim:

Giuseppe Verdi: Ouvertüre zur Oper “Die Macht des Schicksals”

Richard Wagner: Foreplay to the opera “Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg”

Gala-Benefizkonzert zum 40.Jahrestag der SAP im Nationaltheater Mannheim:

Richard Wagner Vorspiel zur Oper “Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg”