Charity concert of the Luxembourg Military Music Band

Date 2021 to be announced soon

Full house for the 32nd edition of the Charity Concert for the benefit of Special Olympics Luxembourg with the Grand Ducal Military Band

Wednesday evening, 29 January 2020, the Luxembourg City Tourist Office a.s.b.l., the City of Luxembourg, the Luxembourg Army and the a.s.b.l. "d'Frënn vun der Militärmusek" had organised the 32nd annual charity concert with the Grand Ducal Military Music Competition at the Luxembourg City Conservatory. More than 600 people attended the concert whose proceeds will be dontaed to Special Olympics Luxembourg.


We would like to warmly thank all the organizers and listeners for their support and their contribution to the great success of the 2020 edition, and hope to welcome many of you at the next edition.


At the end of the concert, a graduation ceremony was held for the 39 young musicians from the country's conservatories who participated in the charity concert. 

Special Olympics Luxembourg


Special Olympics Luxembourg is the sports federation that offers all people with an intellectual disability the opportunity to practice an adapted physical activity, to follow regular training programmes and to take part in competitions corresponding to their abilities. Special Olympics Luxembourg is currently celebrating its 40th anniversary. Since 1979, ALPAPS - Sport mat Suergekanner, as the association was called in its early days, has been strongly influenced by the Special Olympics movement, created in 1968 in the United States by the Kennedy family. Today Special Olympics Luxembourg, which is managed mainly by volunteers, supervises some 400 athletes with an intellectual disability, offering a wide range of some 12 sports disciplines with weekly training sessions, sporting events in the Grand Duchy and abroad. Great importance is placed on inclusion through sport with unified teams where athletes with a disability practice the different sports together with able-bodied partners. 


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