Music once again helps people with multiple sclerosis. The 19th edition of the Concert for the IMPULS Foundation will contribute to psychotherapy – Cysnews

Music once again helps people with multiple sclerosis. The 19th edition of the Concert for the IMPULS Foundation will contribute to psychotherapy – Cysnews
Music once again helps people with multiple sclerosis. The 19th edition of the Concert for the IMPULS Foundation will contribute to psychotherapy – Cysnews
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The compositions of the Czech composer Antonín Dvořák and the German composer and conductor Max Bruch will be heard on Thursday, April 11, in the Bethlehem Chapel in Prague. The first lady of the Czech viola, Kristina Fialová, is organizing the 19th Concert for the IMPULS Foundation to support psychotherapy for patients with multiple sclerosis (MS).

This year’s evening

The leading Czech violist, who is a long-time ambassador of the IMPULS Foundation (NFI), prepared the program of a traditional benefit concert for MS patients for the ninth time in a row, this year she once again invited a cellist to the stage Peter Nouzovský. The couple will be accompanied by a chamber ensemble Barocco semper giovane, who performed at this event seven years ago. The evening, the proceeds of which go to essential psychotherapy for people with an incurable disease, will this time be hosted by actor and presenter Jan Čenský.

“This year’s concert will delight the soul and warm the heart. At the same time, as always, it will help to raise funds for treatment, which for patients with multiple sclerosis is still not fully covered by public health insurance. We appreciate that Kristina Fialová has again prepared a great program for this purpose,” says Kateřina Bémová from NFI. Dvořák’s waltzes, his Nocturno in H major or Rondo in G minor and Bruch’s Romance for viola and strings in F major or Concerto for viola and cello in E minor will be performed.

What to look forward to

In addition to quality music, as in previous years, you can look forward to great wines from sommelier Vít Poppa, coffee from the Doubleshot company and small benefit snacks from Michelin-starred chef Roman Paulus and Clarion Congress Hotel Prague. Proceeds from the concert sponsored by Senator Pavel Fischer, Deputy Mayor City of Prague Alexandra Udženija and Mayor of Prague 1 Municipality Terezie Radoměřská, will be fully dedicated to psychotherapeutic help for patients with multiple sclerosis at the MS Center of the General Faculty Hospital in Prague 2.

Tickets

Tickets worth CZK 550 can be purchased in advance via the www.finitimi.cz network or ordered by email [email protected] or by phone at 777 742 583.

Members of the patient associations Unie Roska and the Association of Young Sclerotics can apply for a discounted entry fee of CZK 250 – they will receive a discount code from their organizations. The purchase of a concert ticket can be combined with a donation for the benefit of patients with multiple sclerosis, by making a contribution to the transparent account 8888 999 000/2010 (VS: 130423) or via DMS by sending an SMS in the form: DMSmezeraIMPULSmezera190 to the number 87 777.

Music helps, let’s help too! You can find more information on the website www.nfimpuls.cz.

The article is in Czech

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