With everyone having to stay home for the sake of the health of humanity, Audio Obscura decided to step in to raise money for the World Health Organization and its partners. They will broadcast a series of live fundraiser performances from our well-known hideout, A’DAM The Loft, featuring some Dutch favorite artists.
The fundraiser is aimed towards gathering donations for the World Health Organization’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response and assist their strenuous work in combatting the coronavirus.
Started yesterday, March 21st with Colin Benders live set, Audio Obscura program includes Joris Voorn today from 5:15 PM as well as Satori live and Reinier Zonneveld live (Piano and Synth Concert) tomorrow and Tuesday.
About Audio Obscura live stream from The Loft
On this atypical Saturday, the first stream will kick off with the phenomenal Colin Benders who will showcase a hypnotizing live set using his modular synthesizers. The Sunday will be taken over by none other than Joris Voorn, a longtime friend of Audio Obscura and that’s not without reason. On Monday, live act Satori will give us one of his infamous energetic performances. To make the occasion even more special, he will premiere his brand new album. To close this remarkable series off in style on Tuesday, techno giant ReinierZonneveld will treat the audience to something very special, nothing like he has done before. No hard bass this time around, but an enchanting live performance from this multi-talent combining synthesizers, drum computers and a piano. It will be experimental for sure but as always only music he composed himself. We are in for a treat.
With the sets being streamed by NOMOBO and reminiscing the legendary sunset sessions Audio Obscura has thrown in the past, where artists performed covered in a golden hue of sunlight, this live stream series is set to be nothing short of spectacular. So be sure to tune in and support the World Health Organization in these crazy times. Together we can do this.
About Covid-19 Solidarity Response Fund
The Covid-19 Solidarity Response Fund is a secure way for individuals, philanthropies, and businesses to contribute to the WHO-led effort to respond to the pandemic.
The United Nations Foundation and the Swiss Philanthropy Foundation have created the solidarity fund to support WHO and partners in a massive effort to help countries prevent, detect, and manage the novel coronavirus – particularly those where the needs are the greatest.
The fund will enable WHO to:
Send essential supplies such as personal protective equipment to frontline health workers.
Enable all countries to track and detect the disease by boosting laboratory capacity through training and equipment.
Ensure health workers and communities everywhere have access to the latest science-based information to protect themselves, prevent infection and care for those in need.
Accelerate efforts to fast-track the discovery and development of lifesaving vaccines, diagnostics, and treatments.