SHORT HILLS, NJ - Over 900,000 Rohingya refugees have fled violence and persecution in Myanmar. But their challenges continue in refugee settlements in Bangladesh, where limited access to water, sanitation, and hygiene creates poor health outcomes for these vulnerable communities. 

Doctors Without Borders is on the ground offering much-needed medical aid – and you can help. Join Music for Life International at Carnegie Hall, New York for Beethoven for the Rohingya: A Concert for the Rohingya Refugees on Monday, Jan. 28. The concert will benefit the life-saving work of Doctors Without Borders.

The Montclair State University Chorale, under the direction of Heather J. Buchanan, will perform Beethoven’s monumental Ninth Symphony at Carnegie Hall on January 28th. The Ninth Symphony is a call to recognize our interconnectedness as a global society. Beethoven’s music and Schiller’s text create a new possibility of cultural embrace between the West and East and German and Turkish musical idioms. 

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Beethoven for the Rohingya Orchestra Featuring Principal Musicians from:

New York Philharmonic

MET Orchestra

The Philadelphia Orchestra

Vienna Philharmonic

Orchestra of St. Luke’s

Buffalo Philharmonic

Orpheus Chamber Orchestra

Guarneri Quartet

The Knights

Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra

Detroit Symphony Orchestra

Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra

Minnesota Orchestra

Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra

Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra

Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra

New Jersey Symphony Orchestra

Colorado Symphony Orchestra

Atlanta Symphony Orchestra

American Symphony Orchestra

American Composers Orchestra

American Ballet Theatre Orchestra

New York City Ballet Orchestra

The Juilliard School

Manhattan School of Music

The Curtis Institute

Mannes School of Music

Montclair State University and many others