Europe for Ukraine welcomes – from Finland – Johanna von Hertzen
Johanna von Hertzen is a determined artist and a strong performer, for whom text and interpretation are the most important part of her own music. A recognizable imprint in the lyrics and its own sound gives room for playing with different genres.
Her debut album Kasuaalii (“Casual”, released in April 2020) is a band-driven pop rock. It’s brave, sensitive and emotionally deep.
Europe for Ukraine welcomes – from Scotland – The City of Glasgow Chorus
The City of Glasgow Chorus was founded in 1983 by Graham Taylor MBE, and is now under the baton of Music Director Paul Keohone. The Chorus is now one of the biggest independent choral groups in the West of Scotland and is a significant player in Scotland’s arts environment. It has grown into an organisation that has around 80 members singing a wide range of musical genres, committed to performing less familiar pieces as well as the popular and well-loved choral works.
Europe for Ukraine welcomes – from Hungary – Maria Kósa
Maria Kósa is a young entrepreneur with excellent management qualities and pedagogical skills. For almost 10 years she has been running her self-founded music institute "International Music Academy INTMA" in the heart of Vienna with great success. The institute specializes in music education for adults and chamber music.