“Artists’ lives: Berlioz & Rachmaninov”

22 MARCH 2024

In partnership with the Philharmonie Luxembourg and the Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra, and with the support of numerous patrons and sponsors, the Luxembourg Red Cross invites you to an exceptional concert, the proceeds of which will contribute to helping worldwide victims of crises and conflicts. 

In these times when humanitarian urgency is more relevant than ever, your participation supports the vital missions of the Red Cross, ranging from crisis intervention to improving the health and protection of women and children. Discover here how to actively participate in our various actions. 


Placed under the high patronage of Her Royal Highness the Grand Duchess, the concert will be performed by the Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra, under the direction of conductor Gustavo Gimeno, and featuring the talented pianist Beatrice Rana. 

You can explore the program and already reserve your seats on the Philharmonie Luxembourg website. Last year’s concert drew a large audience, and for those who wish to attend the upcoming edition, we encourage them to reserve their seats as soon as possible. 

© Alfonso Salgueiro


© Alfonso Salgueiro

The dinner reception will start immediately following the concert and will present a variety of hot and cold appetizers, both savory and sweet, accompanied by a selection of beverages, alcoholic and non-alcoholic alike. 

The cocktail cost 50 euros per person, and the number of seats is limited. You can reserve your spot by sending an email to


Assisting beyond our borders, acting in crises, responding to emergencies, improving the health, protection, and dignity of women and children:  

These are all missions that the Red Cross has committed to as part of its international engagement, and they can continue to be fulfilled with your financial contribution. Help us help them by making a donation, either by bank transfer to 

  • Account: LU52 1111 0000 1111 0000 
  • Please specify “Assisting Victims of Crises” in the bank communication 

or by making an online donation by clicking the button below. 

Crédit photo : Yousef Alyqzji – ICRC